King is honored to have been selected to build the new multi-purpose building for the
venerable Devon Horse Show. Founded in 1896, it is one of America's oldest horse shows,
and enjoys the distinction of being the oldest and largest outdoor multi-breed show.
The new building provides the show with space for the show offices, for ticket sales and
related functions. At the far end of the main level, in the single level section, there are
bathrooms and an emergency facility.
Upstairs, there is a hospitality space that offers a great view of the arena.
Camp Kent Farm South Kent, Connecticut
A beautiful example of a small barn - the exterior features dry stacked stone, copper guttters and pentice
roofs, cedar Dutch doors with transom windows, mahogany porches, a standing seam roof with solar panels,
and a custom cupola with a custom weathervane.
On the interior, the aisle is rubber brick; there are five King Monarch Euro stalls (14'x14') with stall mattresses
and automatic waterers. The large tack room has a kitchen, lounge area and built-in fittings. In addition,
there is a grain room, laundry room, half bathroom, two wash/groom stalls with built-in groom's cubbies and
a garage for the tractor and other farm equipment.
There are interior photos of this barn on the "Stalls" page and the "Tack Rooms" page
Rolling Hollow Farm Clinton Corners, New York
A new barn designed to harmonize with the existing historic barns on the property. The barn exterior features cedar siding, hand-split shakes on the roof and a stone-faced foundation. The pentice roofs over the horse stalls are copper-roofed with custom bracings. The interior has a rubber brick aisle, eight King Monarch Euro stalls (12x14), a huge tack room and lounge (the "L" of the barn), a grain room, wash stall, a laundry room, blanket closet and
a bathroom with shower.
The bank barn equipment garage
McKeown Farm Clarksville, Maryland
Multi-use building with parking for antique cars and a finished loft for family activities; this barn was designed to allow conversion to a horse barn in the future. Two 9'x9' arched top King custom overhead doors in Spanish cedar; 8'x8' square topped King custom carriage door in Spanish cedar at the center entry. Stone work is 6" genuine stone; siding is Hardi-Plank with Hardi shingles on the dormers. There are seven Dutch doors with fixed base; the interior of the barn has two large Euro stalls (12'x17' and 12'x20') that currently stable the antique cars. King custom cupola with glass top, copper roof and decorative railing.
Chester County, Pennsylvania
An all-new timber frame bank barn with a historic look. The building serves multiple functions
and is a great spot for family gatherings and recreation. The stone walls, stone columns and
standing seam roof add to its charm and historic appearance.
Westview Farms Pawling, New York
Courtyard style horse barn with two apartments - 3 bedroom and 2 bedroom
24 Euro stalls, 2 wash stalls, 2 grooming stalls, 2 tack rooms, grain room, laundry room,
2 bathrooms with dressing area, storage closets, 2 blanket closets, vetting area with
palpation chute and foal holding stall, lab & vet supply, tool & storage room, full loft
with hay drops
Attached to a steel-framed 100'x200' indoor arena - large viewing room/lounge with
stone fireplace, viewing balcony, full kitchen, office, 2 bathrooms and 4 storage areas.
Birman Farm Stockdale, New Jersey
A very impressive renovation, inside and out (above).
The old solid surface Dutch doors and aisle doors (below) made the barn interior dark and uninviting.
The new Dutch doors and aisle doors are structural aluminum (no maintenance), with large windows,
and aluminum framed Dutch windows were added to the gable end. Skylights above the stalls
bring the sunlight in from above. The barn is now light and bright, with a fully-renovated interior.
(See interior pictures on the Restoration page)
Venting cupolas were added to improve the barn's ventilation and air exchange and the stone wainscot
is both beautiful and practical, as it prevents water from infiltrating around the base of the barn.
What could be better than living with your horses?
This barn is both pretty and functional, with a spacious owner's apartment
above, 4 stalls below (three are walk-out), a feed room, tack room, half
bath and laundry. On the far end, there's a 36 ft long garage.
A bank barn that is light and airy, thanks to a historic feature - the open bridge
connects the embankment to the barn loft while leaving the lower level of the
barn open to the sun and the breeze.
This 4-stall barn has a large tack room with a half bath and laundry, a feed
room and wash stall. The exterior features stonework, transom windows for
added light and custom loft doors with forged hardware.
Bedminster, New Jersey
(Above and Below)
All-new horse barn and equipment garage with reclaimed timbers and siding for a beautiful, historic look.
The horse barn also has a native stone wainscot
Additional period details - horse barn has a hay hood roof line, and fancy-cut gable vent
Equipment garage has clerestory-style venting cupola and hay lift timber
Both buildings feature cedar shingle roofing, copper lighting fixtures, copper gutters, down spouts and flashing
Rock Cliff Farm Middleburg, Virginia
Bank barn with 4 Euro stalls (12'x14'), wash stall, tack room, feed room, laundry and bath
West Chester, Pennsylvania
Bank barn with 5 horse stalls (12'x12'), wash stall, tack room and feed room
O'Neill Farm Ligonier, Pennsylvania
Stucco horse barn with marble lintels and standing seam roof - five (5) 12'x12' Euro stalls,
wash stall, large tack room, laundry and equipment storage.
Harvest View Barn at Hershey Farms Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
Fully restored 1800's barn repurposed as a wedding venue. Sensitive restoration preserved and matched
old timbers and stonework -- massive fireplace was added to the lower level (below left) and one of two
balconies added to the upper level is shown (below right) and a large viewing deck was added overlooking
the pond. Barn is now fully insulated for all season use; new cedar siding, metal roofing and cupolas
were all selected to retain the barn's historic look.
Courtyard barn with 20 horse stalls, 2 over-sized tack rooms, 4 wash/groom stalls, 2 blanket closets,
grain room, office, laundry & utility room, bathroom with shower and dressing area, large lounge
with kitchen and viewing area.
Barn is attached to a new 84'x200' indoor arena with roll-up windows and a large viewing room (opposite
end, not visible in photo) with a kitchen and 2 half-bathrooms.
Private Kennel Pine Plains, New York
Climate-controlled kennel for 10 dogs, with office, laundry/grooming room, feed room and mudroom.
Gantsoudes Farm Orange, Virginia
Horse complex includes 8-stall barn with tack room, feed room, wash stall, half bath and laundry --
attached to 70'x200' indoor arena and a 2 bedroom/2 bathroom apartment.
Ridley Creek State Park Delaware County, Pennsylvania
Indoor riding arena 90'x200' with custom King-made windows and transoms
Towne Farm West Virginia
Six stall barn (5 - 12'x12' and 1 - 12'x14'), all with Stable Comfort mattresses; tack room,
wash stall and groom stall - attached via enclosed breezeway to 66'x140' indoor arena
with 19 sliding windows. Stone wainscot on barn and arena gable end; barn has Hardi
Plank siding, arena has metal siding - both have metal roofing.
Callander Farm Virginia
Nine stall barn (14'x14'), tack room (14x22), two wash/groom stalls
large office (14x14), grain room and storage room (14x20) Stucco with standing seam metal roof.
Restored Stone Barn & New Addition West Chester, Pennsylvania
Flagstone walkway and a custom door with sidelites and a transom window
create an inviting entry into the lounge. Outer barn doors can be closed
Below (left) is a gable end view of the restored barn with the new addition
and (Right) a view of the interior
Herrick Road, LLC Sharon, Connecticut
Gable end bank barn equipment garage with loft full storage and a garden shed behind (not shown in photo)
A Restored Cow Barn with Added Functionality Port Royal, Pennsylvania
A creative new design and modern materials turn a tired old barn into an attractive multi-purpose building
After (above and below)
Foundation has been stabilized, roofline has been raised, windows bring in
lots of light, and gable end louvers provide ventilation and air exchange
New Horse Barn with a historic look Malvern, Pennsylvania
A beautiful timber frame with stone and cedar exterior, Euro stalls and many custom touches inside and out
Below - interior of horse barn showing Euro stalls, tumbled brick pavers and custom storage cabinets
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Southfields Farm Collegeville, Pennsylvania
Renovation of old timber framed stone barn and
All-new horse barn with 16 horse stalls, 4 wash/groom stalls, oversized feed room,
vet supply and storage rooms, oversized tack room, trainer's office, trunk room,
laundry room and bathroom. Future living quarters above
Below - new timber frame pavilion addition to restored stone barn
Sprieser Sporthorse Marshall, Virginia A 90' x 226' wood truss arena with pine board & batten siding and
an architectural shingle roof, large sliding windows on sides and
cupolas for added ventilation.
Restored stone barn on the left, with the new horse barn addition forming a courtyard - center and right
Authentic architectural details, from the hay dormer to the curve of the new stone walls.
The stone was selected to closely match the old stone of the original barn.
Interior of the horse barn with Euro stalls and stone aisles - 7 horse stalls, wash stall,
tack room, feed room and attached run-in
Cedar horse barn with 8 stalls 12x12; tack room, blanket closet, wash stall,
grain room, laundry room and bathroom
Equipment Garage - 3 bay with workshop and rear trailer garage; 2nd floor living quarters
Custom run-ins with center breezeway
Manure transfer building - horse van loading area