Showing posts from January, 2017

Featuring Hill Country Retreat

Beautiful inside and out! Could you imagine waking up every morning to the breathtaking views of the countryside hills?  That's exactly why the owners of this Legacy Post & Beam barn-home decided to build their full-time residence just outside of San Antonio, TX. The hard working couple enjoys coming home after work to their peaceful country retreat.  This design offers large storage space on the main floor with a three bedroom/two bath open living space above, and two large barrels for rain water collection outside. With beautiful Douglas Fir wood on the inside and the gorgeous views outside, you'll never want to leave this Hill Country Retreat!
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7 Benefits of a Garage

THE HIGHEST QUALITY POST AND BEAM CABINS, HOMES, BARNS, AND VENUES If you need more room in your house, a post and beam garage addition may be worth considering. Garages are often thought of as boxes for cars and mowers, but a well-designed garage can actually serve many important household functions. Car storage. The ability to jump in a clean, dry car without having to scrape ice off the windows or endure sun-baked seats is a major advantage to having a garage addition.Household storage. Garages are great storage spaces. Even with cars, mowers, bikes and other items taking up floor space, you can still create an enormous amount of additional storage on the walls and ceilingsCar maintenance. Whether you are the type of car junkie who can happily spend entire days rebuilding an engine or a weekend warrior who likes to change the oil yourself, a garage addition will make your life much easier.Workshop. Thinking about taking up woodworking, gardening or some other craft? A garage additio…

Featuring a Storage Barn with Living Space

THE HIGHEST QUALITY POST AND BEAM CABINS, HOMES, BARNS, AND VENUES This beautiful Legacy Post & Beam combination barn design offers the usefulness of a large storage space on the main floor with the convenience of a warm and inviting loft living space. The raised center design – sometimes called a monitor design features a high roofline that allows for impressive natural light and/or ventilation. This plan creates an aesthetically pleasing structure for personal use and an economically efficient building for storage or commercial use.
Features a large center aisle that is often utilized to feature a stunning cathedral ceiling, storage loft or full second floorSimilar design to the gable barn with the A-frame roof. When lean-tos are added, it creates an eye-catching broken roofline