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The Elegant Low Barn Style Shed

by Dakota Storage Buildings, on October 02, 2015


The Elegant Low Barn Style Shed

Last month we featured the High Barn Style Shed, but if you are looking for a more quaint option, the Low Barn Style Shed might be for you.


The Low Barn Style Shed has many functional uses and the quality craftsmanship that you have come to expect from Dakota Storage Buildings. This style would make a perfect gardening shed with its double doors and the option to add a ramp for your lawn mower or wheelbarrow. The Low Barn Style Shed could also be the designated spot for all of your outdoor living essentials - portable fire pit, lawn games, marshmallow roasting skewers.


If you are considering building a She Shed, the Low Barn Style will give you that touch of charm and whimsy that you may be looking for. This style adds a touch of style and elegance to your backyard. This option also comes with a wide selection of colors and materials to choose from so that you can customize your shed to be a beautiful addition to your backyard rather than an eyesore.


All Low Barn Style Sheds come with the following standard building features with various upgraded shed options also available:

  • 1 Set of Wooden Double Doors           

  • 1 Window

  • 4×4 Pressure Treated Skids

  • 2×4 on the Treated Floor Joist 8’ & 10’ Wide Buildings

  • 2×6 Treated Floor Joist on 12’, 14’, and 16’ Wide Buildings

  • All Framework 16″ OC (some models will vary.)

  • 3/4 P&G High Performance OSB Flooring   

  • 7/16 OSB Roof Sheeting

  • 15 lb. Felt on all sheds 120 square feet or bigger

  • 30-Year Architectural Shingles               

  • Durable LP® SmartSide® Siding

  • 2 Gable Vents

  • Quality paint (choice of color)


While all of our buildings are built with industry leading, advanced grade, and high performance components, the Low Barn Style Shed comes in two great options:



After you get an idea of what type of shed you would like to purchase, request a quote to receive further information and assistance in making your buying decision.


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