|Project by Karson||posted 08-06-2013 12:29 AM||2872 views||0 times favorited||25 comments|
I received a call from my son-in-laws father. He has a neighbor who is trying to give away an 1820’s barn. You must disassemble and take away. The barn is made with tongue and groove beams with pegs holding it together. There is also some hand hewn beams beside the barn.
The barn is in Branchberg NJ. South of Sommerville and North of Flemington. NJ.
Here is the message that I received.
Subject: Circa 1820 Barn & Hand Hewn Timber
Attached are photos of our circa 1820 barn with loft (35’x15’) and hand hewn beams which are both being giving away free if you dismantle and cart away.
We are NJ Builders starting a new subdivision and the barn must be taken down.
Thank you for your consideration.
Contact Tony directly but also let me know so I can keep my friend updated.
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