R E C L A I M E D A N T I Q U E S T O N E
This barn was built in 1892 by J.H. Courl. It was beautifully axe
flattened by its builder and is hide polished from years of livestock
rubbing on the corners. This is a look that cannot be duplicated. The
original barn was very small and later had additions attached in 1902
by D.H. Fulton. The stone is on pallets and ready to transport. It was
a simple 30’ by 24’ with four small windows and two large openings.
could be made into anything imaginable.
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