Here is the team at Garrett Property Management setting poles for a new barn on 4th street in Vero Beach.
If your estate is only missing a big beautiful barn, Please give Garrett Property Management a call. We would be happy to raise one for you.
The word barn comes from the Old English bere, for barley (or grain in general), and aern, for a storage place—thus, a storehouse for barley. The word bere-ern, also spelled bern and bearn, is attested to at least sixty times in homilies and other Old English prose. The related words bere-tun and bere-flor both meant threshing floor. Bere-tun also meant granary; the literal translation of bere-tun is “grain enclosure”. While the only literary attestation of bere-hus (also granary) comes from the Dialogi of Gregory the Great, there are four known mentions of bere-tun and two of bere-flor. A Thesaurus of Old English lists bere-ærn and melu-hudern (“meal-store house”) as synonyms for barn.
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