We're proud to announce the merger of Iden Barn Homes with Bucks County TimberCraft Inc. We've been good friends with Curt Iden for almost 40 years and look forward to helping him free up his schedule to enjoy some time away from construction sites. From time to time Curt will help BCTC with design, consulting and the occasional barn raising. We look forward to living vicariously though him while he pedals his way to new adventures.
Our Three Mile Run Road Barn Conversion has been selected by Architectural Digest for an upcoming featured article!! Stay Tuned!! We'll let you know what issue.
Our beautiful Tewksbury New Jersey English Barn completed in 2006 hits the pages of Traditional Home magazine. With 6 barn conversions completed in New Jersey in the past 6 years, we've been thinking we should change our name to Hunterdon County TimberCraft! Doesn't have the same ring but as I write this, we are raising yet another beautiful barn conversion outside Princeton New Jersey. Hmmmm
Partnered with Wolstenholme and Associates, BCTC wins AIA Architectural Excellence Award for our Three Mile Run Barn Conversion.
A 1800's Virginia preachers cabin is relocated, restored and re-erected as part of our Trunnel Hyll barn home conversion in Upper Makefield. The hand hewn cabin now features a walk in fireplace, kitchenette and bath, deck overlooking a wooded glade and wireless Internet of course ;) The cabin was used to conduct weddings for it's entire life in Virginia. Talk about good vibes! Addison Wolfe is offering the listing.
Talk about a Barn Home!!! BCTC Begins construction on a 13,000 Sq.ft Barn Conversion in rural New Jersey. Indoor pool, elevators, radiant heat and all the bells and whistles. I always wonder what the old farmers who built these barns would think if they saw barn conversions like this one.
Bucks County TimberCraft partners with Bucks County Audubon Society for it's Barns of Distinction tour as it's lead partner and sponsor. Our Carversville Road Barn conversion "Elysium" is featured on the tour.
BCTC, Inc. partners with www.TheBarnPages.com to create the web's most complete online resource for all things barn related. Old barns and new bought and sold, Barnwood furniture and Barn art as well as resources for Barn Preservation and Restoration can all be found at www.TheBarnPages.com.
Addison Wolfe Real Estate partners with BCTC, Inc. to offer our unique Bucks County barn conversion estate & weekend properties.
Article about BCTC, Inc. in Bucks County Town & Country Living Magazine ( Newtown Pa ) "Rebuilding Bucks Past"
Relocation and restoration of historic Larkins Covered Bridge in Eagle Pennsylvania awarded to Bucks County TimberCraft Inc. by Toll Brothers Inc.
Bucks County TimberCraft Inc. selected in nationwide search to provide 45'x90' antique oak barn to WildWood Brewery in Missoula Montana .....Hmmm..Timber Framers and Brewery...This could be trouble.
Farmington Hills Barn wins Lehigh Valley Builders Association "Best Commercial Renovation" award.
Bucks County TimberCraft Inc. completes 9000sq.ft ultra custom barn community center for the nations premier builder of active adult communities. The Barn at Farmington Hills nominated in National Builders Competition for best clubhouse/community center.....winner/results to be announced soon!!!
August 4, 2010
Featured Barn Home on HGTV's Building Character Television Show. Episode BDC 407
The restored 1830's Sinking Springs Barn gets a new life in Arroyo Grande, California.
July 20, 2010
Article in New Hope Gazette (New Hope, Pa.)
Article on the restoration and relocation of the rare Bonser Custer Liegenderstuhl truss barn by Bucks County TimberCraft Inc.
May 2002 & 2003
Bucks County TimberCraft craftsmen volunteer at Bucks County Folk Festival two consecutive years.....Hand hewn timber and pit sawing demonstrators.
Sept. 27, 2001
Article in The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)
"Barn raising, again: Old structure being dismantled to become home"
July 14, 2001
Article in The Reporter (Montgomery County, Pa.)
June 26, 2001
Article in The Intelligencer Record (Doylestown, Pa.)
"Firm comes to rescue of barns in distress"