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3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House w/ Cathedral Ceilings (HQ Plans & 3D Concepts)

This barndominium is designed in such a manner that it will grab the attention of everyone passing by. It exudes luxury with its towering cathedral ceilings, rubble stone fireplace, and rustic look.  The weathervane atop the dome is the icing on the cake.

Size Beds Baths Stories Cars
3,187sq. ft. 2 2 2 0
Style: Barndominium

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Barn doors are placed in the center of the facade to lead guests into the home’s core, which also includes an open utility area. The kitchen is planned with an L-shaped counter for maximum efficiency. 

Floor Plans

First level floor plan of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House with kitchen, utility, porch, family room, bonus room, and 2 bedroom.
First level floor plan of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House.
Second level floor plan of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House with loft area.
Second level floor plan of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House.

The massive family room, which includes a soaring cathedral ceiling with high ceilings for a rustic design, could be the meeting spot for numerous holiday events. The cathedral ceiling lets in a lot of light and fresh air. It also provides the house with a more expansive and dramatic appearance. It offers a double-sided fireplace to keep you toasty in the winter. Next to it, there is a covered porch. It helps to extend the inner living space and entertain individuals during pleasant weather breeze with a cup of a favorite beverage. 

The bedrooms are surrounded around the family room. Both of them have their own closets and connection with the shared bathrooms. They have their own doors that open up outside the house.

Front elevation illustration of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House.
Front elevation illustration of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House.

Upstairs, a sufficient loft is provided for storage. It can be turned into a multipurpose room according to the needs. It also has a cathedral ceiling which doesn’t make the place claustrophobic. 

Overall, this house’s rustic look and spaciousness make it one of the best options for building an economical house. We hope this plan is what you are looking for. All the best for the house hunt!

Size Beds Baths Stories Cars
3,187sq. ft. 2 2 2 0
Style: Barndominium

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.

Real-Life or 3D Concept Examples

Rear elevation sketch of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House.
Rear elevation sketch of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House.
First level floor plan of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House with kitchen, utility, porch, family room, bonus room, and 2 bedroom.
First level floor plan of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House.
Second level floor plan of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House with loft area.
Second level floor plan of the 3,187 Sq. Ft. Traditional-style House.

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