Cape Cod Sheds
Garden and storage sheds built on site and do-it-yourself shed kits.
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Classic Post and Beam Sheds
Choose from an endless selection of premium quality outdoor buildings and custom options. From our Classic post and beam sheds to larger custom buildings, your new shed can serve a multitude of uses.
In addition to storage, your new building can be used as a studio, cottage, bunkhouse, woodworking shop, craft and hobby barn, home office or simply a backyard getaway. Pick and choose from many different sizes and styles of buildings, door and window configurations, roofing, siding and trim options. Custom sheds are our specialty.
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Cape Cod Post & Beam Shed Kits
Cape Cod style post and beam or timber frame shed kits from 6' x 8' to 12' x 24'
Classic Cape Cod sheds available in the traditional even pitch, Cape Cod style or our Saltbox style design.
All shed kits are pre-cut for easy assembly. Framing and boarding is all full dimension Eastern white pine lumber.
What is a Cape Cod style shed?
Modeled after the Cape Cod style house, Cape Cod sheds share many of the same characteristics.
A Cape Cod shed is an even pitch style shed. Just like a Cape Cod style house, these buildings follow the common Cape Cod pattern, a low, broad frame building, with a steep, perfectly pitched roof.
Below is a textbook Cape Cod style shed, built to look like a small Cape Cod style house. In fact this one looks alot like a miniature Cape half-house.
The Cape Cod shed above has cedar shingle siding which weathers to a silver/gray color. The roof on this one is done with cedar shingles as well. It has two 4-lite stationary windows, a 3’ passage door made from beadboard pine, a 6’ sliding barn door with a transom window on the gable end and a cupola with a namesake Codfish weathervane.READ MORE...