This adaptive reuse project took a c. 1850 stone bank barn that housed tobacco crops for farmers over the years and turned it into a single family residence with new timber frame addition on the original tobacco barn foundation.
We had the great pleasure of working with Lancaster County Timber Frames on this project. LCTF creates hand-crafted artisan timber frames and is dedicated to the preservation and elevation of this traditional craft. Their work on this project was featured in an article about the different components of a traditional timber frame in Timber Home Living magazine.
To see the pictures and read the article, please click on the thumbnail at the left.
*Project photos by Ben McMillen Photography