The raised center aisle sets the tone for this gorgeous 32×28 monitor barn and creates many possibilities! Also called a raised center aisle barn, that tall ceiling can give you a huge volume feel. Or you can floor all or part of it to use as a sleeping or storage loft. If you enclose the entire frame, you’ll have 896 square feet between the posts. But you could also leave one or both of the eight-foot-wide wings open to use for a porch or animal and equipment shelter.
The center aisle of this 32×28 monitor barn is sixteen feet wide with a ceiling that soars to 16’-9”. That makes for a very spacious feeling. You can carry the 8×8 posts to the ground or set them atop an optional masonry pier foundation. The posts and plates are 8x material for a sturdy structure that will be built to last. Rafters and knee braces are 4x material.
These plans are formatted as a pdf that you can download as soon as you purchase. You can print this from home on 8 ½” x 11” paper or take them to a copy shop to print on 11”x17” for easier reading. There are 30 pages full of the information you need to complete this frame. We include a three-D rendering and an exploded axonometric drawing so you can see how the major timbers relate to each other. There are dimensioned plans, section, and elevation drawings, and we also include a timber list so you can budget and shop for your materials. In addition, we provide dimensioned piece drawings showing all the cuts for your timbers.
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