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These Amish Barn Homes Start at $11,585

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This small house structure features an Amish barn home foundation. From Amish Buildings, this “Hi-Loft Porch Barn” model. Many people are taking notice of these alternative building styles due to their affordability or desire for a rustic aesthetic.

If you decide to build another house, a barn house can serve many purposes; it could serve as storage, or even be shipped out for someone else to purchase as a residence. Plus, who says you can’t update the building with additional bathrooms and kitchen fixtures later on, or add another unit onto it?

Miller Hi-Loft Porch Barns feature all the quality features of their Hi-Loft Barns with an 8′ wide porch along one side. A full loft and stairway are included as standard features on 16′ wide Hi-loft Porch Barns; plus they come with a curver stairway leading to your landing area. 24′ wide Hi-Loft Porch Barns are also offered.

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