This barndominium could captivate vintage lovers and homeowners just by looking at its timeless RCA-inspired facade! If you also have eyes for this type of barn house, you better check this 2-bedroom unit for it functions not only as a typical dwelling but as a workable home with automotive service areas while serving stunning rustic barn architecture.
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Of course, we are starting the tour with a glimpse of this unit’s facade. The frontage features conventional timber exterior walls and columns supported by a stone wainscot, and the roofs are on a three-tier design with cupolas showcasing three different ceiling heights.
The first roof grants a shaded porch with multiple access points for the main hall and two side bedrooms. Entering through the double door, you will be directed to the centralized living room with an open floor that expands to the kitchen side. At the end of the living room, provisioned storage and laundry areas are available for convenient and easy household mobility.
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The side bedrooms suggest a reflecting plan, mirroring the bedroom setup with enough area for a full-sized bed, full bath + double vanity, walk-in closet, and separate enclosed toilet. Not further from the storage, there’s another double door that will lead you to the gallery. This spot separates the main residence from the shop/garage and allows flexible room for your whatnots.
Across the gallery, you’ll notice two pedestrian doors that open to the workshop. This shop space has three wide bays for your vehicle entries and an in-built sink for water supply and utilities, while the other garage has two narrow bays perfect for equipment storage, or small vehicle private parking.
These are all that’s included in the 3,444 sq. ft. house plan. You can get a peaceful and rustic home alongside your operational working areas, so you won’t have to exert effort going to your business. If you prefer a country house like this, then this is your best time to get plan copies!
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.