A dormer roof, toasty timber ornamentation, and plank and slat cladding blend traditional elements with contemporary traits in this rustic craftsman home plan. It also boasts a large front porch for relaxing on hot summer evenings.
If you’re already thinking of creating a barndominium, do your research beforehand to determine if they’re suited for you. If you are still clueless, our simple guide is curated just for you!
The rustic façade of this 5-bedroom barndominium has a porch that extends over the front side. Three identical 10′ by 9′ car doors provide access to the enormous garage, with the west garage allowing tandem parking. Wooden columns and metal roofing add to the traditional curb appeal of this lovely edge porch. The porch instills a sense of serenity and quiet, keeping the circulation of the area clear. It is integrated with a living room where the french door entrance gives the property a warm feel.
Love This Plan?
The classical entry welcomes guests into the residence’s center, where the great room and eat-in kitchenette provide panoramic views. The front entry is flanked by French doorways that connect to an open floor layout. It gives the house’s large room a more vibrant and cheery air. This house is fantastic for the gathering because the kitchenette, walk-through dining counter, and great room are in one linked space. The kitchen island can easily accommodate up to nine people. A walk-in pantry links to the utility room and provides enough cabinetry. A powder room near the staircase provides privacy for the rooms.
The master suite sits behind the kitchen wall. The master bedroom features a huge stroll-in closet and a 5-fixture bathroom that links to the home office, which is also accessible from the garage.
Six dormers – three in front, three in back – give sunlight, on the second level. Each one of the 4 bedrooms has its own dormer and is positioned on one of the four sides of the house. The big bonus room (taken into account in the overall living room area) that might be utilized as a family room, playhouse, home theater, or study space is lit by the two center dormers.
The features mentioned inside this floor plan are excellent. We believe this floor plan satisfies all of the criteria for a dream home. We strongly advise you to make your decision based on your requirements.
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.