With this high quality and innovative farmhouse plan, you can enjoy country living at its finest, with dramatic stone elements, a 2-car garage, and a big entry porch. The symmetry of the floor plan brings balance and gives an aesthetical essence. The posh white wood panels blended with a dark roof add rustiness to the house’s appeal. The stone masonry work on the chimney and plinth showcases the countryside characteristics.
The first feature you’ll note on the main level is a cozy covered porch. The plan’s elegance is appealing to the eyes, with a stone bottom and wooden columns. It also serves to provide shade for indoor rooms throughout the heat.
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Due to its symmetry, the plan is easy to navigate. Small entry space is given. It can be converted into a foyer by adding a partition wall to establish privacy of the ground floor area. An open floor plan with a kitchen, dining area, and two-story great room with a fireplace provides crisp viewing angles, plenty of ambient daylight, and complete creative freedom for space planning. A breakfast bar and French doors open from the living area to the large rear porch. A hammock and swinging chairs provide soothing views of the surroundings. The magnificent huge windows create a sense of connection between the inside and exterior regions, merging them whenever it is appropriate.
On the right side, the master bedroom has its terrace, walk-in wardrobe, and a bathroom suite consisting of a shower area, two sinks, a lavatory, and a bathtub. The floor is planned in such a way that it has uncluttered spaces. The master bedroom has a hallway with an extra closet and laundry area. The same space is mirrored but instead of the bedroom, a 624 sq. ft garage is placed. It has two overhead doors for individual driveways for both cars. The mirrored hallway has a powder room and common laundry area with a bench to keep appliances on it.
The second floor has the remaining two bedrooms. Once again, the rooms are mirroring each other. They have their bathroom and closet space. An open balcony is provided to let the residents on the upper floor blend with people sitting below. It is a quite comfortable planned-out space.
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.