Pre-Engineered Steel Equestrian Building in Bassfield, Mississippi
Sunward Steel Buildings, Inc. was the proud fabricator and supplier of this pre-engineered metal building in Bassfield, Mississippi, in August of 1999.
Currently functioning as a steel equestrian building on the grounds of Four K Stables & RV Park, a deluxe stable, campground and horse-boarding facility situated near the Longleaf Trace Equestrian Trail, this building is comprised of premium-quality steel components, delivering unmatched strength and durability.
Rugged, covered and designed to stand strong in the face of fire, extreme weather and other common construction dangers, the steel equestrian building provides a safe, year-round place to house horses while protecting them from rain, wind, predators and other potential hazards.
Serving South-Central Mississippi’s Equestrian Enthusiasts
A popular stop for south-central Mississippi’s equestrian and outdoor enthusiasts, Four K Stables & RV Park sits directly adjacent to the 25-mile Longleaf Trace Equestrian Trail, which is accessible by both horse and wagon. In addition to housing horses for riding, this steel equestrian building also provides a safe space for goats, miniature horses, donkeys and other domestic animals.
Pre-engineered metal buildings make ideal equestrian facilities due to their affordability, extreme durability and easy customizability, and many equestrian enthusiasts and business owners use them as riding arenas, boarding and grooming facilities, and tack and feed storage areas, among other purposes.
Part of south-central Mississippi’s Jefferson Davis County, the small town of Bassfield is home to just a few hundred residents. The community sits about 11 miles southeast of Prentiss and roughly 14 miles northwest of Sumrall.
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Attractive and accommodating, this prefabricated metal equestrian building boasts a striking, Spanish Gold exterior and a nicely complementing White roof with White trim and a 5:12 pitch. The building features a clear-span design, maximizing space and headroom, and it offers a finished size of 45’x120’x12’.
Key features and characteristics include 120 linear feet of downspouts, which keep water from pooling at the equestrian building’s foundation, and (5) 10” ridge vents with throat and damper. Versatile, adaptable and low maintenance, steel buildings offer considerable versatility, and this particular steel equestrian building is easily expandable, should the owners ever want to add additional stalls or storage space.