If a rustic manor-like barn home is your option, you should not miss out on seeing this handsome unit! This charming country barndominium has a lovely T-shaped house plan of 3,020 sq. ft. floor. An attached garage is included, housing three vehicles comfortably. Stick with us until the end for more details!
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Now back to the plan, this new American-style barndominium aims to give a rustic, traditional appeal despite being a barn. The facade reflects a country home architecture embellished with a wraparound porch, stone and wood columns, and a stone chimney.
Inside is a loft-type plan, composed of three sizable bedrooms plus an optional vaulted ceiling room right above the garage.
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As you enter through the two-door entrance, you will be welcomed by a high-ceilinged, heated living room. Right across this hall is the dining area, sharing the floor with the kitchen, equipped with a pantry and island counter.
A small hallway in this area leads to the loft stairs, main level master suite, and garage entry. The master suite is exclusive, furnished with a 5-fixture toilet and bath, and has access to the porch.
Upstairs, the loft occupants can enjoy leisure in its spacious overlooking balcony. And, their bedrooms are furnished with en-suite bathrooms with walk-in closets for maximum privacy.
What’s interesting about this plan is you can optionally add another room right above the garage. It would have a vaulted ceiling and ample space for storage.
Honestly, we love this house plan for it is made flexible to attend to your home necessities. It features open living quarters but maintained seclusions, perfect for a peaceful and quiet lifestyle. Check it out now if you’re wishing for a charming rustic homestead!
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.