How much does it cost to build an American Barn?

Investing in American barns is wise for individuals looking to increase their property value and provide a versatile home for their horses. With their iconic design and robust construction, American barns offer many benefits that make them valuable to any property. 

In this article, we will look at American barns in more detail and their prices.  

What is an American barn?

American barns are large buildings that include everything under one roof and are most popular amongst those who own several horses and require a spacious and comfortable environment.

American Barns are typically constructed using robust materials such as steel or wood and can range in size from small sheds to large structures.

The advantages of investing in American barns include the following:

  • Increased space capacity – the layout provides ample space for horses and additional storage.
  • Provides improved ventilation – a higher roofline provides excellent airflow throughout the barn.
  • Increased safety – sturdy construction and proper ventilation reduce risks of fire, mould, and other hazards. The increased space also provides easier handling of horses, avoiding any injuries.
  • Increased Property Value – due to the durable and long-lasting structure.

With their versatility, durability, and timeless design, American barns remain popular for property owners who own multiple animals or need extra storage.

American barn Price Guide

Now that you know the benefits of American barns, you may be thinking about the prices. The cost depends on the size, additional features, and type of material. Nevertheless, you must also consider the costs of consultation, planning and more.

Here’s a price guide for our American barns:

Internal Units 3.6m x 3.6m:

 

Size

 

Ideal

 

Plinth

 

Ideal+

 

Plinth

 

Elite

 

Plinth

4no Loose Boxes

7.2m x 10.8m

  £13,000

£600

£19,000

£600

£30,000

£800

6no Loose Boxes

10.8m x 10.8m

£19,000

£900

£26,500

£900

£41,000

£1,200

8no Loose Boxes

14.4m x 10.8m

  £25,000

£1,200

£34,000

£1,200

£52,000

£1,600

10no Loose Boxes

18.0m x 10.8m

  £31,000

£1,500

£41,500

£1,500

£63,000

£2,000

2no Loose Boxes Additional

3.6m x 10.8m

£6,000

£300

£7,500

£300

  £11,000

£400

Example Pricing:

Barn Size 10.8m x 10.8m

 

Ideal

 

Ideal+

 

Plinth

6no 3.6m x 3.6m Loose Boxes

£13,000

£19,000

£30,000

1no 3.6m x 2.1m Tack Room front

£500

£850

£1,000

8no Translucent roof sheets

Inc.

Inc.

Inc.

6no Softwood top rear doors

£1,500

£1,500

Inc.

1no 2.1m x 3.6m Tack Room Ceilings

£400

£400

£400

Unique Plinth System

£900

£900

£1,200

Total

£16,300

£22,650

£32,600

Please consult with our team for any further information on the pricing of your American Barn, as it can vary depending on your bespoke solution.

Planning Permission for American Barns

Planning permission is essential for American barns as it ensures compliance with local regulations and building codes and can prevent legal issues in the future. The process of planning permissions can sometimes take longer than expected, and hiring professionals is recommended, so you face no delays.

At Jon William Stables, we provide full planning permission service. Fill out our planning permission form, and we will contact you to discuss your project. 

Why invest in a Jon William Stables American Barn?

Jon William Stables American barns are highly customisable, meaning you can design them to fit your specific requirements.

Choose from various materials, including wood, metal, or a combination of both, and add features such as windows and skylights to improve ventilation and lighting. Make your American barn more functional by adding a tack room, washroom, or other amenities to our bespoke solution!

Contact our friendly team at 01380 850 965 for further guidance and support, or fill out the contact form. Our equestrian building experts will happily discuss your bespoke requirements today!

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