What a lovely barndo attraction we have today, trimmed with a board and batten exteriors plus a wraparound porch to welcome you. This plan is packed with the best home spaces: an open great room-kitchen-dining hall, three full-sized bedrooms, utility areas, and a bonus fortified safe room for emergency purposes.
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Now let’s see this unit striking with a lovely traditional barn exterior, and graced with a wraparound porch to provide shaded outdoor lounge and walkways. Its wood and stone columns add a rustic curb appeal and character to it, making the barndo simple yet classic.
Inside, a cozy open floor awaits you, with a formal kitchen upon entry, and a dining area to cater your dining set. The great room with a stone-clad fireplace is at the left side of the home, yielding a vast span for your lounging and entertainment.
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This area has sliding doors opening to a shaded patio, a perfect indoor-to-outdoor transition allowing you to have another reception for your family and friends to enjoy nature.
Back inside and straight to the master bedroom, you have a generous bed space furnished with a walkthrough closet and a full bathroom. Next door is bedroom 2 mirroring bedroom 3, with respective wardrobes for storage and access to the shared bathroom outside.
There’s also a handy safe room just at the end of this bedroom’s hallway, providing a secure space in case of emergency.
The garage can be accessed through the mudroom, the porch, or through its 10 by 10 ft. bays. You can park up to two cars and stock your tools in its built-in storage/shelves.
Is this home a total package for your needs? Why not consider it as your next home? Check your lot and home requirements, then see if this plan fits your dream home!
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.