Tongue & Groove Barn Door, 30.25"



30 ¼" W x 71" H, tongue and groove mid-bar barn door painted white. This door is constructed of a narrow plank between 2 wide outer planks. On the left and right edges of the flat side of the door, a recess is present where the opposing side lips over. This door is in solid, salvaged condition. The paint around the edges of the door is chipped in places. This door was salvaged from an early 1700's farmhouse in Yorktown, Virginia. The property upon which this house resides was previously occupied by the historic Poquoson Parish, later known as Charles Parish. Materials from the parish and surrounding structures is said to have been used in the construction of the farmhouse. Items from this job are featured on Season 9, Episode 12, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs". Weight: 45 lbs. Item Measurements: 30.25(L) x 2.3(W) x 71(H) As seen on Season 9, Episode 12. Door itself is approx 1.25",

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