This beautiful, modernized farmhouse with a wrap-around porch, spectacular metal roof, and 2-car parking is a dose of pure country atmosphere. The floor plan is designed in such a way that there are no wasted corners. A large wrap-around porch creates a positive atmosphere inside the house.
This enchanting barndominium with an adjoining 431 square foot garage/workshop is inspired by country houses. The fantastic garage/workshop on the right-hand side is a great place to develop hobbies that demand more room.
This plan’s wrap-around porch and patio are other selling elements. Whenever there is a celebration or a family gathering, it increases the quantity of available living area. On warm days, the enclosed porch and patio shade the lower-level windows of the home, making the inside pleasant.
A set of swinging armchairs and a hammock placed in these spaces offer relaxing spots to take in the sight. The wonderful French doors provide a balance between the indoor and outside rooms, integrating them when necessary.
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On the main level, a foyer is given for proper buffer space for strangers. There is a cozy den on the right side of the entrance. It’s a flexible space that has endless options for designing according to customers’ needs. The big room, dining room, and kitchenette blend seamlessly, with no bad space to be found.
A fireplace, granite countertops, powder room, and a small pantry are just a few of the subtle changes that elevate the home from decent to extraordinary. Likewise, the ceiling adds symmetry and provides a channel for additional natural daylight.
Upstairs, there is a master bedroom with a vaulted roof and a 5-piece full bathroom which includes two sinks, a shower area, a bathtub, a lavatory, as well as a large walk-in wardrobe. The vaulted ceiling brings enough natural light to lit up the entire room. The other side has the rest of the bedrooms. All of them have their own closet space to keep things in proper places. They share the common bathroom in the hallway. It has a bathtub, a sink, and a toilet. Across it, a utility area is there for laundry. It is well planned and is easily accessible from all the rooms.
We bet you like the plan’s adaptability and vastness. Talk with your loved ones about their requirements and see if this plan has the potential to get converted into your dream house.
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.