This Country Craftsman plan is great for short plot boundaries because it is 27′ broad and has an attractive façade. There are 4 upper rooms, and a carport separating the double garage and primary home. A huge covered porch stretches forward of the house, making visitors feel welcome.
The primary entry to this barndominium is a wooden door with subtle carvings. It leads you into the foyer, where the shoes can be kept with a coat hook rack next to it. Not to forget the long front porch that beckons you inside. It serves as a screening room for visitors. It may also be used for leisure when the weather is nice.
Inside the house, a wide-open layout floor plan greets you. It is composed of a living room, a fireplace, a dining room, a kitchen, and a small powder room. The fireplace is placed in the middle of the left wall, giving warmth to the entire house during the snowy season. The kitchen has a countertop with a built-in sink. It informally divides the living space and cooking space.
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The living room leads to a rear-end stoop. A perfect place to relax outside the house while sitting on the stairs. The powder room and closet space create a small hallway that leads you from the kitchen to the shaded carport. The carport area can be used to park an extra car or do your daily maintenance of the car. It connects to the garage which is capable of holding 2 cars independently.
Upstairs, the planning is simple. The staircase located in the middle opens up to a spacious loft. Next to it, there are two bedrooms together while the other one is on the opposite side. All three of them have access to the bathroom in the hallway.
A linen closet is tucked in the corner with a mechanical room. All of them have their closets for efficient storage. The master bedroom is positioned in the back of the house and is connected by a 4-fixture ensuite and twin walk-in wardrobes. The magnificent bathroom features twin sinks, a shower space, and a lavatory.
So, what have you got to lose? Take note of this layout and add it to your favorites list. This floor plan offers it all, from spaciousness to a cozy atmosphere.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing, however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.