The Hoffman's Barn Story
Following the closure of his family business, Hoffman's Farm Market in 1990, and the subsequent sale of the building, Roger Hoffman decided to build a 50' by 100' pole barn on the site of his former strawberry patch. The farm market had included more than just fresh produce, and garden plants. Roger had expanded his product line to include Antiques, some of which were left over.
Using this pole barn as his new base of operations, Roger continued to farm and sell produce on a wholesale basis, while storing the left overs from the original market. One day, his wife Pam, suggested he should open the barn on the weekends to sell these remaining items. Three tables inside a garage door, and a small outdoor display were the humble beginnings of what has become a long running local business.
The current display encompasses the entire pole barn, a small addition on the back, and a large outdoor display. With two additional employees, and his wife, Roger's barn gets an infusion of new merchandise weekly, sometimes daily. Customers will find all manner of items for sale. From antiques to primitives, dishware to household items, hardware to architectural pieces, sinks, tubs, doors, records, books, you name it, we probably have it.
Stop in during our open hours, or make an appointment to come in during the week. We will do our best to accomodate you.