- This two-bay cart barn garage features two different sized bays. The bay on the left is a standard size, and the bay on the right is SuperSize.
- This building features a three-quarter open log store and a personnel door, giving side access into the garage.
- Double hardwood Iroko doors with antique door pulls make a secure dry garage space.
- A SuperSize oak frame with an oak roof. Felt was not used in the roof, allowing the beauty of the hand-made clay tiles to be visible from the inside of the building.
- Fire protection on the boundary was required on this building. Brookwood Barns has a Council approved fire protection detail.
- This two-bay cart barn with a natural slate roof sits pretty in a rural setting in Romsey, Hampshire.
- This building features full hip ends. In some particularly sensitive areas where planning permission is required, this type of roof may be the best option as the hip ends make the roof appear smaller.
- This two-bay cart barn open garage is fully hipped, and has a full length enclosed log store.
- Waney-edged Douglas fir cladding has been used to clad this two-bay building (frame C3).
- Sitting pretty in the heart of the New Forest, Hampshire, is this standard two-bay garage (frame C3).
- Enclosing a logstore gives secure storage on an open building (frame SS-K48).
- This customised two-bay building features a 45 degree pitched roof covered with hand-made reclaimed clay tiles.
- This open fronted oak framed building provides a seating area for guests using the hot tub in a New Forest Hotel, Hampshire.
Completed Buildings details
These are our most popular buildings. The bays can be used for workshops, storage, boat sheds or offices – as well as garages, of course – in any combination. A number of our single-storey two-bay barns do not require Building Regulations as they have a usable floor area of just under 30 square metres. Our catslide buildings have a ridge height of less than 4 metres, which means they can – depending on location and usage – also be exempt from planning permission
(see guide on page 40). This makes these buildings a quick and simple solution to those who urgently need extra space.
- Barn Hip Ends
- Full Hip Ends
- Gable Ends
- Dovetail Joint
- Oak Barns