One timber frame home brings barn-style beauty to the Long Island Sound.
It’s no secret that barns are having a moment. (Don’t believe us? See for yourself on page 54.) But more than just a trendy passing fad, barn-style homes make sense for the long run, thanks to wide-open, accessible plans and timeless aesthetic appeal.
In fact, it was this combination of qualities that led Ken Zahler and his wife to build their barn-inspired timber home on the north fork of the Long Island Sound. “We’ve built four homes and one of our previous houses was a barn design with timber accents,” says Ken. “We decided, for the next one, to look into companies that did authentic post-and-beam construction. Yankee Barn Homes was a perfect fit.”
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