Coming soon! Renovations on the Gambrel House in Rutland County, VT

Back in May, I wrote about a timber frame house, built in the 1800s. It has a gambrel roof, easily identified by the double slope on each side of the roof.

I’ll be writing more about this post and beam home in the coming weeks – so stay tuned!

Gambrel Roof Timber Frame

Available Historic Barn for Sale – from 1800s

In the meantime, if you are interested in this historic timber frame – or another frame we have in stock – please do let me know!

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