Antique Buildings

Olde New England Salvage Co. can dismantle an antique building and save it for reconstruction at another site. We also buy and sell antique houses, barns & outbuildings. See our current inventory below.


Dismantling & Reconstruction Services

We offer the process of carefully salvaging antique structures and reconstructing them in a different location.

One example is the Woodstock Silo Relocation Project. The Olde New England Salvage Co. moved a Unadilla wooden silo approximately 4.5 miles to a new location at the Woodstock Fairgrounds in Woodstock, CT. More details on the Woodstock Silo Relocation



16’ x 24’ Post and Beam

6” x 6” x 14’ posts, 2”x 6” rafters, center tie girt at 8’ height Disassembled and tagged, frame only. Chestnut and oak. Eastern Connecticut.


Circa 1850 24’ x 36’ Post and Beam Barn

Circa 1850, 7” x 7” x 12’ posts, 7” x 7” plates, queen post and purlin roof framing, 4” x 5” common rafters, 21’ peak height, 12’ wide bays/bent spacing. Needs minor front plate repair. Chestnut and oak. Fully dismantled, labeled and documented.


Circa 1850 20’ x 24’ Post and Beam Frame

6” x 6” x 11’ posts, queen post and purlin roof framing, 2” x 6” rafters, 2” x 8” second floor joists, numerous wooden shop pulleys included


19th Century Shop Building, Circa 1850

A 14'-0" x 16'-6" post & beam building frame in very good to excellent condition. Currently attached to a late 18th century saltbox dwelling house, this building is built to be free-standing. It is offered as part of that house package but we will consider separating it.



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