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1 Story
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Pole Barns/Post Frame
Decks
Sheds
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Beach-Lake
Cottage
Craftsman
French Country
Mediterranean
Modern
Modern Farmhouse
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Victorian
Garage Type
Attached
Detached
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None
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Garage Load
Front
Side
Rear
Courtyard
Split
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Pole Barn/Post Frame House Plans

Pole building design was pioneered in the 1930s in the United States originally using utility poles for horse barns and agricultural buildings. The depressed value of agricultural products in the 1920s and 1930s and the emergence of large, corporate farming in the 1930s created a demand for larger, cheaper agricultural buildings. As the practice took hold, rather than using utility poles, materials such as pole barn nails were developed specifically for this type of construction, making the process more affordable and reliable. Today, almost any low-rise structure can be quickly built using the post-frame construction method.

View our top trending Pole Barn/Post Frame plan, the Truman.