It's not fancy, but it's functional. This is the barn/shelter (28x30) that we put up last year. Doing all the work ourselves, the materials cost ran just over $4000, a LOT less than having one built or getting a manufactured one.
That last picture had entirely too much snow in it! *brrrrrrrrrr*
Lol! It was that winter (couple years back), when Maryland beat all known records. Several feet in not time. I had to dig a path from my back door to the barn and around the barn, so I could let horses out. And then around that hay rack, so they could normally stand and eat. Lots of human labor!
This is the barn I work at. It was built in 2 months actually . It has 6 stall 13 x 13 and a tack room the same size as a stall. At the second level we have a kitchen, two rooms for the stable hands, the hay loft, one toilet and one small room with separate toilet where you can change your clothes.
Well I don't really have good pictures but you can kind of see the side of the mares stalls. We have six stalls 14x14 insiade and the same outside connected.
We also have a 144x100ft arena and a 60ft roundpen...you can sea part of the arena and the corner of the roundpen in the pic below.
We also have a storage shed with a 4 saddle rack, 8 bridle hooks and we store our grain in there. Plus a hay barn that stores about 1500 60lb bales.
Sorry about the pics but I have no picturs of our "barn: by itself haha.