New Hampshire Barn Builders
This 60′ x 64′ post and beam structure features a heavy-duty main level with five garage doors for heavy equipment access and storage.
Burlington, North Carolina
The living space stays on the ground level, with a bedroom, living room, and kitchen directly across from the horse stalls in this barn home.
MORE INFORMATION THINGS TO CONSIDER
About New Hampshire
New Hampshire is one of the original colonies upon which the United States was founded. Rich with revolutionary history, this state is one of the proudest, most culturally diverse, and most overwhelmingly cultured areas of the country. The people of New Hampshire know where they come from and are proud and eager to let visitors know about their rich history and the history of the nation as a whole.
Though New Hampshire is incredibly culturally sound and diverse, the weather is a bit iffy. There are often large storms that come in off the Atlantic Ocean that can cause major damage to any buildings that are not soundly built and that are designed to withstand such weather. Also, the winters are incredibly cold which means that foundations and other sealants that are not properly installed may crack and break with the drastic drops in temperature and large snow falls. Overall, the soil of New Hampshire is rocky and often difficult to work with unless an experienced hand is present.
New Hampshire Attractions
The American Independence Museum and the Canterbury Shaker Museum are just two fantastic attractions in the area. The Independence Museum features artifacts and information about the founding of our nation and the struggles that our founding fathers had to endure to become the independent nation we are today. At the Shaker Museum visitors can learn about a cultural phenomena that took the US by storm in the early 1800’s. The Shakers were a people that are seldom understood and the museum helps to shed a light on the beliefs and practices of these people.