The Shasta 84′
RV Barn Kit
This massive RV garage with living quarters can fit any lifestyle.
The Shasta 84′ is our largest RV garage design, with room for endless possibilities.
The Shasta 84′ is one of our largest post and beam buildings, perfectly suited to house your recreational vehicle, trailer, and much more. The main feature of this building is a 14′ high drive-through garage bay, but there’s also lots of room for horses, a workshop, or additional vehicles and outdoor toys. On the second level, up to 3,528 sq. ft. is available for office, storage, or living space.
Designed in the durable, all-wood post-and-beam method of construction, this barn is a great investment when compared to its pole barn or metal counterparts. With effective engineering and proper maintenance, this sturdy workshop will stand for generations to come. The Shasta comes standard with select grade Douglas Fir posts and rustic cedar board and batten siding.
This unique workshop features the highest materials standards and tons of available options and upgrades.
“I'm not that easy to please, but I can tell you DC structures not only met but exceeded my expectations.”
“Our animals are around us constantly; we are able to have our dogs, horses and cats in one location so we don’t have to be commuting to take care of them.”
“We've lived on this property for 22 years and it’s a wonderful piece of property with spectacular views. The barn looks like it should have always been here.”
We give our clients hundreds of ways to customize their RV barn design.
A home for you and your most important equipment.
This example floor plan illustrates a Shasta 84′ with upstairs living quarters. This engineered package can meet nearly any wind or snow load and can be modified to suit your specific requirements. The use of heavy timbers in post and beam construction eliminates load bearing walls, giving you the freedom to create a floor plan that works for you.
With tons of available options and upgrades, the Shasta can be modified to meet your unique needs.
This modified Shasta saw a big upgrade to the design with a 600 sq. ft. covered deck. On the first floor, a large garage with plenty of space to store equipment; above, a spacious, open-concept living space.
This backyard party barn boasts an upgraded 12′ x 12′ deck, man cave and custom bar. Exposed Douglas fir beams and traditional timber frame stairs add a touch of elegance to this modified Oakridge kit.
This barn with living quarters was adapted from the Oakridge apartment barn kit. Sustainable upgrades like solar panels and lots of skylights make this an efficient and attractive space.