NY Amish-built barns
Looking for a quality-built backyard storage option? Amish-made barns might fit your needs. Amish barns have grown in popularity as Amish have proliferated throughout America and in particular New York state.
With numerous Amish barn retailers across the Empire State, residents of various NY cities including Albany, Buffalo, Syracuse, Rochester, New York City, and others can find a nearby dealer of Amish structures.
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Brad’s Barns and Gazebos
903 Route 28
Vast selection of Amish-built barns with a range of options such as exterior plywood roof sheathing, Dutch doors, powder coated hinges and latches, white pine board & batten siding. Some of the barn styles including monitor, A-frame, kennecbec, low profile, painted economy and more. One hour south of Albany.
The Barn Raiser
2964 Route 9W
Saugerties retailer of Amish-made structures. Fully built, heavy duty horse barns available, along with 2-story sheds, 2-story garages, pergolas, animal shelters, playhouses, and much more. Horse barns constructed from rough cut Eastern white pine. Rustic oak post and beam framing. Ten-foot and twelve-foot widths available. Built by Amish in Pennsylvania.
Amish Barn Company
6048 New York 7
607 432 0527
Amish/Mennonite building team. They specialize in hand-built outdoor structures including barns, cabins and sheds. Run-in horse barns are oak post and beam constructed with a white pine exterior. Shed row barns, run-in barns, lean-to horse barns, pitch barns, monitor barns. Products come in a range of options such as overhang, doors, cupolas, metal roof colors, shingles and more.
Amish Craft Barn & Gift Shoppe
1080 Hicksville Road
516 799 8917
This is a family owned and operated business. They have provided Pennsylvania Amish-built products for over 20 years. Handcrafted barns available including the Dutch barn and Mini barn. Claims to offer largest selection of Amish products on Long Island. Also sells Amish indoor furniture.
Bayhorse Gazebos and Barns
2 Academy Hill Road
Red Hook, NY
This store has been in business since 1989. They offer quality Amish-built portable buildings including horse barns. Each structure can be customized to any specifications.
3700 Rt. 14
607 243 5141
Carries an extensive choice of outdoor structures made both by Amish and non-Amish contractors. Amish hand-built horse barns come in a range of options such as Dutch door, siding, windows, overhangs and more. One hour southeast of Rochester.
The Amish Workshop
7936 Mill Street
99 Canal Street
Big Flats, NY 14814
Features shed row horse barns and storage barns in your choice of colors including weathered wood, driftwood, white, dual black, charcoal gray, dual black, earthtone cedar, forest green and more. Each product is hand-built by skilled Amish craftsmen.
Martins Amish Furniture Rochester
1138 Route 318
Waterloo, NY 13165
Specializes in indoor and outdoor products. They carry a broad choice of horse barn styles including gambrel modular, high-profile modular, hinged, L-shaped, low-profile modular and shedrow horse barns. Vast selection of options such as siding and roof colors and more. 45 minutes east of Rochester.
2386 Lake Road
315 552 4909
Central NY supplier for Amish made buildings. Carries a big selection of sheds, barns and other outdoors structures for different uses.
North Country Storage Barns
32660 Rt. 11 South
Vast selection of Amish made buildings including storage barns, cottage barns, high wall barns and others. Watertown-area business 90 min north of Syracuse.
The Amish Structure
Exit 14 Off of Interstate 81
513 State Route 281
315 651 9926
Syracuse-area seller of Amish and Mennonite made outdoor items. They provide a broad choice of Amish-built horse barns available in a variety of options such as sealing, sanding, roofing, vents, cupolas, flooring, saddle racks, wall mounted hay rack, stall fans, overhangs and more.
Please verify hours of operation of NY Amish barn sellers above. Business locations, hours can change. Amish-owned businesses will be closed on Sundays following Amish beliefs about the Sabbath. Some non-Amish-owned barn dealers may be open. Not responsible for changes to the above. For Amish barns in other states, view our main Amish barns directory.
Amish Barns in New York State
Finding an Amish-built mini-barn in New York is fairly easy. Numerous retailers found across the state offer potential buyers the chance to view Amish-made product in person. With some outlets offering custom construction, Amish barn businesses can adapt to a buyer’s needs. Additionally, some NY Amish barn sellers provide sales over the internet, allowing a convenient buying option for those who already have a good sense of what they need.
New York Amish Communities
Though the oldest current NY Amish community was fairly recently founded (mid-20th century), New York’s Amish population continues to rise into the 2010s, making it one of America’s most-Amish-populous states. Lower farm land prices and more sparsely populated areas of the state have attracted Amish from communities in states such as Pennsylvania and Ohio. Amish have brought with them their entrepreneurial knack and have gone on to found many cottage businesses and small home industries, such as barn and shed building.
As an alternative to ordering direct from an Amish barn retailer, you may prefer to find an Amish barn business located in an Amish community. The following communities are among the state’s largest and are thus a better bet to feature one or more such Amish barn businesses. For more details on Amish in the Empire State, check our full New York Amish guide.
Conewango Valley: The Empire State’s largest and oldest Amish presence. Relatively traditional and agriculturally-oriented community. Around 2,000 Amish live in the Conewango Valley area (Cattaraugus County).
Clymer (Chautauqua County): This western New York community is relatively progressive compared to others mentioned here, and a number of Amish-run businesses can be found in this settlement of around 250 households.
Heuvelton: A stone’s throw from Canada, this northern NY community is the state’s second-largest and highly conservative in outlook.
Barn photo: flickr.com/Alans Factory Outlet; Amish gas station photo: vauvau/flickr