Barn garage layouts with doors and windows and 2nd storage accessibility are an excellent addition to any house. The area is ideal for automobile storage, but it may also be used for a dancing class, factory, leisure room, gymnasium, or any other establishments with tall ceilings. Pull-down storage access is a strong detail of this floor plan.
The ground level of this house floor plan can be filled with a workshop, studio, and huge storage. It has a little entry from the left side, and one barn door greets one from the front. This home has rustic charm with its wood paneling and sloping roof. The barn door is 18’ in width and 8’ in height. It is large enough to accommodate 2 cars. There is ample natural light to brighten the room without appearing too intense.
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The second-story 420 sq. ft. storage attic is accessible by a pull-down staircase and is a pleasantly lit room with skylights on two walls. It can be turned into an additional room or sitting room. If you’ve amassed a sizable collection of stuff over the course of a lifetime, you can utilize the attic as a storage space. You can also use it as a lounge or workplace. It also includes assistance for the roof, which helps to add aesthetic characteristics to the house.
The potential with this floor plan is endless. The garage is warm and comfy. We believe this floor layout will be beneficial to you. Make sure you have added this plan to your favorite list.
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.