Bark House® Black Locust Split Rail Fencing – An Authentic Solution

Historic Bonham House with Black Locust Split Rail
Have A Historic Masterpiece –  Want A Timeless Look –  Need Something That Lasts

Bark House® Black Locust Split Rail Fencing  – An Authentic Solution

According to the National Historic Register: “The Bonham House (Flat Grove), ca 1780, can be classified in a style of American folk architecture known as the “dogtrot”, a design that evolved from two equal units separated by a broad, open, central hall, that was usually later enclosed.  The Bonham House is somewhat unusual in that it is two-stories, the second level originally accessible by a small stairway in the right front room.  It is constructed of logs on fieldstone pillars; roof and floor joists are small bark-covered logs…”  The house and grounds have been beautifully restored by the Saluda County Historical Society.  We supplied the black locust split rail fencing in 2018.

 

Historic Bonham House with Black Locust Split Rail

Historic Bonham House with Black Locust Split Rail

Historic Bonham House with Black Locust Split Rail

Historic Bonham House with Black Locust Split Rail

Historic Bonham House with Black Locust Split Rail

Product photos were generously shared by Colette Dragoo

 

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