This is a space-saving barndominium plan we are excited to share, especially for property owners struggling with space planning. See this home’s loft-type living space with a main-level master bedroom, a capacious locker room, and an attached garage unit for your RVs, cars, and household equipment.
Need a guide for your first barndominium project? Start your journey by reading our Best Barndominium Guide for helpful barndo info to lead your way to construction. Thank us later! The barndo we are revealing today is polished with a bright, New-American style facade, adorned with batten walls, stones, and wood finishes. It has a simple curb appeal but is perfect for a property with surrounding greens.
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Its front porch serves as the entryway, capped with metal roofing to provide shade and extra outdoor space for occupants. Upon reaching indoors, you would love the open-to-above living room heated by a corner fireplace, with convenient access to the open kitchen and dining area.
On this same floor, a master bedroom is tucked behind the living room with a spacious and cozy bed span provided with a walk-in closet, a 4-fixture en-suite bath, and convenient access to the laundry room.
The other private suites share the loft floor upstairs, lending two comfortable sleeping quarters with built-in cabinetries and one common bathroom. This plan also offers an extended loft for your lounge, entertainment, or storage– make your garage more fun and welcoming with this flexible communal area.
Now let’s check out the featured element of this plan, which we bet would thrill you to build this home! Encourage your kids to stash their things in this massive locker room just next to your garage and below the loft extension. It is furnished with bench and overhead hooks, and of course, a space to set up your lockers.
Still not enough storage? Say no more! Our architects included an enclosed space in this locker room to supplement your storeroom needs! Lastly, the garage spares a massive carport for RV-sized cars with three wide bays that open for easy drive-through.
Overall, this barndo plan suits a 1,500 sq. ft. lot, which could build you a maximized house perfect for a family with storage demands. If this is what you’re looking for in a barndo, then we suggest getting your plans now!
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.