This rustic, Craftsman home plan combines classic components with modern characteristics, such as a gable roof, warm wooden embellishments, and board and batten cladding. It also has a corner wide corner porch for refreshing evenings.
The gorgeous corner porch. has stone and wood framing, and metal roofing contributes to the classic curb appeal. The porch creates a sense of calm and tranquillity, making the flow of space easy to understand. It is blended with a concrete patio where plants can be kept to make the property look homey. The formal entry leads people right into the heart of the residence, where the living space and eat-in kitchenette has clear views.
The entrance is adorned with French doors that lead to an open concept floor plan. It makes the big space in the house feel more alive and cheerful. The kitchen, walk-through dining area, and great room are all situated in one connected space, making this property ideal for a party event. This specially crafted 101 Barndominium guide is the perfect place to go if you are still unsure about these trendy barndominiums.
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Enjoy cooking in this spacious kitchen with a preparation countertop and side pantry, while the home office caters to the work-at-home environment. It is equipped with enough storage space for important files.
The master bedroom, which is positioned behind the kitchen, has a 4-fixture bath and a walk-in wardrobe. A common bathroom is located near the hall from the second bedroom. It can be used by visitors without disturbing the privacy of rooms. Upstairs, A central loft offers access to four bedrooms, which share a compartmentalized bathroom. Each of the bedrooms has its own closet. The loft can be used as a gathering space.
An 864 sq. ft is enough to accommodate two cars of the family. It has a large overhead door for the entrance.
When it comes to merging spaces, the elements specified in this floor plan make a good choice. We trust that this floor layout met all of the requirements. We urge you to make your selection based on your needs.
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.