This amazing structure built in 2019 in Birchwood, Tennessee on the river has been lovingly named the “River Party Barn.” Built using White Oak and Baldcypress timbers, this beautiful barn is used for large family and friends’ gatherings. Beautiful on the outside and breathtaking on the inside, this barn is truly one of our favorite projects to date.
Here’s What Our Client Said…
My husband and I had long dreamed of having a timber frame structure. I started looking for companies online. I found Homestead and called for an appointment. From the very first meeting, I knew we had found the right people. They took my plan sketched out on graph paper along with some barn pictures from Pinterest, and made our dream come true! The craftsmanship and joinery are beautiful. It's like a huge piece of fine art sitting in our field. Thank you to the whole team at Homestead. I highly recommend Homestead Timber Frames!
~ J. Scoggins
On The Drawing Board
Timber Frame Barns are Built to Last…
If treated right and maintained well, a timber frame barn can stick around for centuries. Don’t believe us? Check out some of the Renaissance timber architecture found in many European and Scandinavian countries that still stands today. Timber frames cost more in part because of the labor intensive techniques used in building them. Much of the cost is attributed to the building processes used, and the labor involved, but having your building expertly put together by experienced joiners means that you’ll get a quality building that you’ll get many, many uses out of. Want to learn more? Check out our article, "Pole Barns and Timber Frame Barns."
~ From Our Homestead Timber Frames Musings Page