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Mini Barn

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The little barns epitomize the garden storage shed.

Features of the Mini Barn Shed

  • 4′ Side Walls
  • Lots of Headroom
  • Gambrel-Style Roof
  • Sizes from 8′ × 12′ to 12′ × 24′
  • Extra-Wide 43″ Door

A Garden Shed Worth Owning

A mini barn shed crafted around the traditional gambrel-style barn roof, these compact outdoor storage sheds gives plenty of headroom for hanging garden tools, storing lawn mowers, bicycles and more. The barn style is an ancient look that’s here to stay—and so is your garden shed when you buy from Countryside.

Features of all our Storage Buildings

  • Full 2×4″ Construction
  • 16″ O.C. Stud Spacing, Double Top Plates
  • Sturdy 4×4″ Pressure-Treated Runners
  • All Plywood Interior: Solid 3/4″ Flooring, 7/16″ Roof Sheeting
  • 15/32″ Roseburg Duratemp Textured Plywood Siding
  • Full 2×4″ Trusses
  • 30-Year Architectural Shingles (Other Roofing Options Available)
  • Screened Gable Vents
  • Self-Latching Hand-Crafted 43″ Wide Door
  • Soffit And Fascia Trim
  • Primed And Caulked
  • Pre-Built Ready To Use!
Building Features

Common Upgrades for the Mini Garden Shed

  • 5′ or 6′ Double Door
  • Cupolas and Weathervane
  • Gambrel Roof Extension
  • Metal Roof
  • Custom Paint
Shed Options

Questions and Answers

How tall is the Mini Barn?

Measurements listed are taken from the top of the ridge cap of the roof to the bottom of the floor runners sitting on the ground. Your final height depends on the elevation of the blocks used on the runners.

Mini Barn Height:

  • 8′ wide = 8′ 6″ tall
  • 10′ wide = 9′ 8″ tall

Will my riding lawnmower or 4-wheeler fit through your standard door?

Usually not. Even though our standard custom door is an extra-wide 43″, it is recommended to upgrade to at least a 5′ double door (6′ is also available) or a roll-up style door. A ramp will be needed also, as the floor is around 7-8″ from the ground. We offer these as options. Call for pricing.

How do I prepare my site prior to the delivery of the building?

You will need a level spot for the building. If you place your building on cement, asphalt, or gravel you do not need any cement blocks placed under the runners. If you are placing your building over grass or dirt, you may choose to use either cement blocks to place under the runners or prepare a bed of gravel. For more information see site preparation.