The wood walls of this large circular barn (approximately 83 feet in diameter) have been placed on top of a poured concrete band that lies just below the beautifully disposed row of square windows. The structure is topped by a double-pitched conical roof. Changes in exterior ground level make it possible to enter the barn on two levels.
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True-Round Grade Barn
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