Small Barns

Small Custom Horse Barns – 1 to 6 Stalls


Small horse barns are usually created to bring horses home. They are very personal spaces and, more than any other, reflect the design style of their owners. Because the available space is limited, it’s important to utilize every square foot for its best purpose. In addition to the tack room, wash stall and grain room, it’s nice to have a laundry and half bath in the small barn. And, when owners want to combine their home and barn, living quarters can be included. Considering building a small barn? See some King small custom horse barns below.

Considering building a small barn? See some King small custom horse barns below.

Califon, New Jersey


24′ x 36′ x 10′ horse stable with (3) King Euro Stalls with automatic waterers, a wash stall, tack room, and loft on the second floor. The exterior features a cedar shake roof, exterior entrance and deck to second floor loft, and a custom cupola.

Coatesville, Pennsylvania


This barn is both pretty and functional, with a spacious owner’s apartment above, (4) stalls below (3 are walk-out), a feed room, tack room, half bath and laundry. On the far end, there’s a 36 ft. long garage.

Newark, Delaware


(6) horse stalls, a wash stall, tack room, grain room, laundry room, bathroom, full length front porch, and a 2 bedroom apartment on the second floor.

Coatesville, Pennsylvania


38′ x 48′ x 10′ horse stable with (4) stalls, a feed room, wash stall, tack room and a loft on the second floor.

Oley, Pennsylvania


20′ x 55′ x 9′ stall barn with Pine board and batten siding and painted metal roofing.

Ringoes, New Jersey


36′ x 104′ x 11′ horse stable with (6) stalls, a tack room, bathroom, and utility room. The exterior features cedar shiplap siding, a painted metal roof, and custom cupolas.

Carlisle, Pennsylvania


(6) stall barn with a wash stall, feed room, and lounge/tack room. The exterior of the barn has Hardi Board and Batten Siding with real stone veneer on the perimeter of the building.

Bedminster, New Jersey


All new (4) stall barn built with reclaimed barn wood and timbers for a historic look. Stalls are modified King Euro style; the barn also features a wash/groom stall with solarium, tack room, grain room, laundry and half bathroom.

Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania


34′ x 32′ x 10′ barn with (3) stalls, a tack room and loft.

Cochranville, Pennsylvania


This charming barn, with its stone walls and cedar clapboard would be equally at home in the English countryside. There are (3) horse stalls a wash/groom stall, tack room, and grain room. Plans call for a future apartment on the second floor, accessed by its own private entry.

Marshall, Virginia


36′ x 48′ x 11′ barn with (4) stalls, a wash room, feed room, tack room and loft.

Middleburg, VA


36′ x 60′ x 14′ Stable with an attached 24′ x 12′ Lounge. The exterior of this barn features Hardi Board & Batten siding, veneer stone on the front entrance and wainscoting, combination of standing seam and cedar shaking roofing topped off with a custom cupola.

On the interior, there are (4) King Sovereign Euro stalls with mattresses and automatic waters, a large tack room, feed room, bathroom and laundry room.

As a bonus, this barn also houses a climate-controlled wine cellar with a second floor wine tasting lounge.

Carlisle, Pennsylvania


36′ x 60′ x 12′ Stable with (6) stalls, a wash stall, tack room and loft on the second floor. The exterior features cedar shingle siding and a custom cupola.

Schwenksvill, Pennsylvania


An all new  24′ x 32′ x 10′ horse stable with an 8′ x 20′ lean-to.

Annapolis, Maryland


36′ x 60′ stable with second story.

New Hope, Pennsylvania


(5) King deluxe horse stalls, a wash stall, 12×15 tack room, and feed room.

South Kent, Connecticut


( 5)King Euro Stalls (14×14) with mattresses, rubber brick aisle, tack room with kitchen and lounge area, two wash stalls, grain room, laundry, half bathroom and a two-bay equipment garage. The exterior features dry stacked stone, cedar siding, a standing seam roof, mahogany porch and a custom cupola.

Clarksville, Maryland


Multi-use building with parking for antique cars and a finished loft for family activities; this barn was designed to allow conversion into a horse barn in the future. Two (9’x9′) arched top King custom overhead doors in Spanish cedar; 8′ x 8′ 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.

New Holland, Pennsylvania


(4) horse stalls, a tack room, recessed grain bin, and full workshop.