22×50 Gable Barn Plans
with 12′ Shed Roof Lean to

gable barn snowy landscape

This 22×50 gable barn plan has a 12′ shed roof lean to on one eve side.

This barn is perfectly customizable for your needs. Need a starter barn with plans to add on later? Eliminate the lean-to and only build the center portion. A lean-to can be added on later. Need longer or shorter? Add or subtract length as needed.

Use the lean-to as a shelter for goats, cows, sheep, pigs, or horses. Leave the lean-to open for the perfect covered outdoor kitchen or grilling area.

Building a barn home or barndominum? This gable barn plan can be built as long or short as needed. Leave the lean-to open as a covered porch, the perfect place for a couple of rocking chairs or a swing.

Want to use it as a garage? Use the lean-to to store your mower!

See the video below for a virtual tour!

How do I get these gable barn plans?

Like all of our plans these are delivered to you via instant download in a .pdf file that you can send to your local printer and have them printed, in full size.

Click the Download Now Button and get started building this great barn today!

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Solid Steel Plate Timber Brackets

We have put together all the hardware you need to build this majestic post and beam barn! All the plates, brackets, and timber screws are there.

Learn more details and how to get your DIY Hardware Kit...

steel hardware

Hardware Kit for this barn includes….

36 T plates

22 U brackets

350 ct 3/8 x 8″ RSS screws

600 ct 5/16 x 5 1/8″ RSS screws

550 ct 5/16 x 4″ RSS screws

 

Request a quote by emailing [email protected] with your name, address, and the barn you are interested in.

Hardware Pricing

 

4 hole strap plates

(2 needed for each connection)
$44.99 per piece Bare Steel
$52.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

6 hole strap plates

(2 needed for each connection)
$44.99 per piece Bare Steel
$52.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

T plates

(2 needed for each connection)
$54.99 per piece Bare Steel
$62.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

Plus plates

(2 needed for each connection)
$64.99 per piece Bare Steel
$72.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

U brackets
$54.99 per piece Bare Steel
$62.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

2-Stage U brackets
$64.99 per piece Bare Steel
$72.99 per piece Powder Coated Black

*Due to supply chain issues we no longer include bolts/nuts with plates or brackets.  We recommend using local sources, like TSC (tractor supply) or online sources like Bolt Depot.

*shipping is not included

We also offer RSS Screws:
3/8" x 8" RSS (Timbers)
250 ct $349
5/16 x 5 1/8" RSS (Purlins)
250 ct $149
5/16" x 4" RSS (Girts)
250 ct $129

Read More about Post and Beam Barn Kits below.

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