The Barn at the Gunderson Home Place

    

  

The barn at the Gunderson home place was built in 1904. It is 54 feet wide, 64 feet long, and 32 feet high. The home place is in Pocahontas County that is losing population as fast as any in the state and has been uninhabited for several years. The Victorian house built in 1907 was torn down in 1990 with a big percentage of the materials recycled. The barn has been unused and in steady decline for the past several decades and also needs to be recycled. 

Persons who wish to know more about the barn or are interested in some of the lumber, can contact us.

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