Mid 1800's Front Porch Portico, Wedding Gazebo, Pergola, 10 FeetTall

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This pretty front porch portico was salvaged from a mid-1800's Queen Anne style farmhouse in Barnesville, Ohio. The portico is full of charming, hand-crafted character, including a sunburst gable, stylized geometric corbels, and curved soffits.

This unique portico will add curb appeal to your home, cabin, pool house or tiny home! It could also be repurposed as a lovely, dreamlike focal point at a wedding venue or landscape design. If used as a stand alone structure, it will need added support as it was designed to be attached to a sound, permanent structure.

History: This portico was salvaged from a mid-1800's Queen Anne style farm house on a dairy farm in Barnesville, Ohio.
The farm house, barn, and items from the structures are featured on Season 10, Episode 6, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".

Condition: Structurally sturdy and sound with all detailed architectural components shown in photos. After salvaging the piece, our wood shop experts refinished with a fresh coat of paint and tin roofing shingles.

Weight: 600 lbs.
Measurements: 120(L) x 75(W) x 125(H)
If shipped, this item would be delivered to the trucking terminal nearest your zip code. The posts will be taken off the structure for easier transport. Please inquire!

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