Double Dutch Doors for Double Duty

Used as both a storage space and a playroom, this Pro Tall Barn does double duty. The highly custom double Dutch doors with wainscot trim and in-door transom windows create a welcoming entryway.

The first stop in the interior is the playroom, decked out with maps, comfy chairs, and a table for crafts and reading. The back of the barn, under the loft, has been turned into a storage room complete with an interior wall to separate the spaces. Additional upgrades include white finish windows and a cupola with a custom weather vane.

We love the shed”, says Kathy, the happy owner, “The kids really enjoy the play room.” We agree with Kathy. The scenery can’t be beat, with the Wasatch Mountains as a backdrop and beautiful landscaping surrounding the barn. This Pro Tall Barn is truly a masterpiece.

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  1. mark
    mark says:

    interested in the barn. can I purchase it in prefab panels to buildout myself.
    I have a property with limited access I would have to move all pieces in a trailer with a 4×4

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Mark,

      Thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately we do not sell our buildings in prefab panels. The installation crews are highly trained and have quite a bit of experience working on various properties. We would recommend contacting your local Tuff Shed location to discuss the details, they’ll be able to organize plans for a smooth installation.

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    • Tuff Shed Rep
      Tuff Shed Rep says:

      Hi Varonica,

      Thanks for your interest in Tuff Shed! Due to the upgrades and contract work needed for this project we unfortunately don’t have the final price. If you’d like to build your own quote for a building like this one you can start on our build-a-qote page below. You can also speak directly with your local team and they’ll be able to provide you with a custom quote for this particular building in your area.
      https://www.tuffshed.com/quote/

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