Gallery: 20 Beautiful Barn Designs for Your Land

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Enjoy the gallery of images above of barns installed on land throughout the country by the experts at Barn Pros, who boast 35 years of experience delivering pre-engineered barn-building kits for over 30 different barn models and configurations.

Barn Pros will ship barns across the country and their unique system allows you to have more control over your barn without the usual price tag for a custom design-build. Assisting and advising where they can, they are committed to delivering a smooth and successful construction process.

Beyond aesthetic inspiration, Barn Pros also recommend considering the following tips when planning a new barn, garage or storage structure on your property. Keep in mind that this information applies irrespective of who you eventually partner with to bring your new barn to life.

Understanding your land

Understanding your land is one of the first steps in your process of creating a beautiful structure. If you don’t own land just yet, this information is still helpful as a forecasting tool and can help determine which property is best suited to your needs.

During the discovery process, you will identify any potential restrictions or limitations you may have on your property due to your municipality or homeowner’s association. Your building department, typically in your county, has all this information on their website or via a quick phone call.

Working with a builder

Once you have your land secured, the next step is deciding how to get your structure erected into a solid, long-lasting building. You need someone experienced—not just in construction, but also in getting permits and dealing with code officials; someone who can meet your standards; someone who is available at the time when “the barn needs raised.”

Asking your friends, family, and coworkers—and don’t forget your real estate agent—for recommendations is the tried and true method of finding contractors. Your trusted network will most assuredly include people who have had construction work done or know someone else who did. Listen to their experiences. No matter where you find the recommendations, you want to choose someone that you trust and will work well with you personally.

The right structure for you

The best barn is one that will meet your needs and fit your lifestyle for years to come. So, think carefully about what uses, now and in the future, to which your barn might be put. What aesthetics appeal to you and harmonize with your surroundings? What will fit on the plot selected and stay within your budget?

Barn Pros has over 30 models of pre-designed and pre-engineered structures to choose from various different configurations. With these structures, there’s no need for an architect or engineer, plus these models are already designed and approved. Additionally, the pole-based grid system allows you to configure your barn to suit your requirements. Lay out horse stalls, rooms, open spaces, wash bays, and lofts. Add cupolas. Move entrances, doors and windows. It’s easy with post and beam construction.


Your barn is a legacy for a lifetime. Barn Pros is built on quality, craftsmanship  and tradition you can trust. So, whether you’re an equestrian, hobbyist, RVer, boater or any other type of adventurer, Barn Pros can help you get a timeless barn in less time, with less stress and with less money. To learn more about Barn Pros, visit their website at www.barnpros.com or call 866-844-2276.

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  • Anonymous

    Why did you have to keep the title of the article on top of the barn pictures? Would have been much nicer to look at the photographs without looking through the article title test.

    • Land.com Network

      Thanks for your feedback! We have modified the layout to allow you to better view the barns. Appreciate you taking the time to contact us!

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