A home is your sanctuary from the daily stresses that you experience every day. This is why your home should have a relaxing atmosphere. There may be plenty of floor plans out there but this wonderful floor plan maximizes space and creates an open airy feeling. This charming home has 2,465 square feet of living space. It is a two-story home with four bedrooms and three full baths. It also has an attached garage that can park three cars. The home’s design uses timeless finishes and open layout which makes it convenient and comfortable for everyday living.
This modern farmhouse has an 8 feet wide grand front porch that’s perfect for entertaining guests or hanging out on a summer afternoon. Once you enter the house, you will be greeted with the high ceilings of the foyer. You will also have an unobstructed view of the backyard through the large glass windows and doors opening to the rear porch with an outdoor fireplace. This ultimate Barndominium Guide will assist you with various type of questions that arises in your mind while browsing for your ideal house.
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To the left, you will find the living room and as you go deeper you will reach the spacious family room with a stone fireplace and the large kitchen. The master suite is placed just behind the garage and has an en-suite toilet, plus a walk-in closet. The right side of this home is where the other two bedrooms are located. Both have a shared full bath.
There is also a bonus room that can be converted into an extra bedroom on the second level of the garage. It also has its own bathroom and balcony. This farmhouse floor plan was created by Architectural Designs and will give you just that. This company has become synonymous with creative and innovative home designs. With this in mind, you might just choose this layout for your future home.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing; however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive a professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.