Are you looking for the perfect home to build memories in? There may be numerous designs out there, however, this might be the design to top it all. If you need a lot of space, this home has over 2,970 square feet of two-story living space with four bedrooms and three full baths. If you have dreamed of having a beautiful farmhouse, this design might just become your favorite.
The exteriors of this home take on a modern twist from a traditional farmhouse. Complete with a covered wrap-around porch and a charmingly-designed barn-style garage that has more than enough space for three cars. It can access the main house through the mudroom that is strategically placed next to it. As you enter this modern farmhouse, high ceilings and open spaces will definitely catch your attention. It has a sprawling open layout with the living area and the dining area flanking the entryway on each side. If you are still unsure about barndominiums, this 101 Barndominium guide will help you to clear up your mind raging with doubts till some point.
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As you go deeper into this beautiful home, you will see the expansive great room and kitchen. What’s more, it even has a breakfast nook facing your backyard. The second level of this farmhouse is where you will find all of the bedrooms. The master’s suite has its own spacious walk-in closet and full bathroom. The second bedroom has its toilet as well while the other two rooms share a bathroom. It is definitely the perfect design for you and your family to bond.
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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.