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Beautiful Rustic Country Home w/ Super Open Layout (HQ Plans & Pictures)

The best thing about living in a spacious rustic house is that it will always make you feel zen and peaceful no matter where you intend to build it. Even if you decide on materializing this blueprint slap bang in the middle of the city, you would still feel at home.

A spacious front porch

The layout of this house is very practical and designed to fit a medium-sized family. From the outside, it doesn’t look like a two-story house but steps inside and you’re in for a surprise. A sturdy bridge is installed on the upper level to access two bedrooms, each on opposite sides. These bedrooms are ideal for the kids. On the main level, we have common spaces and three bedrooms including the master suite privately on one side of the house.

Hues of red and brown dominate the interior of the house. It is also abundantly designed with different plants, which gives the house its rustic look. Industrial fixtures add to the house’s allure.

Tiles, carpets, and wood make up the flooring of the house. The walls are painted red. The most interesting part of this house is that it doesn’t seem to have a ceiling. Actually, there are, but these are cathedral/vaulted ceilings, which take the shape of the roof. This quality allows light and air to freely fill the whole house. Polished yet raw-looking wooden planks are installed on the cathedral ceilings.

The living/gathering area is installed with a lovely fireplace decorated in stone. You can have guests over for grand family dinners or casual parties.

A metal and steel bar foundation is available for this design.

Stats: 2,704 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths. More details and features in the plans below.

Features: Fireplace, Front Porch, Great/Gathering Room, Laundry Room-Main Floor, Rear Porch, Screened Porch, Split Bedrooms, Vaulted/Cathedral Ceilings.

BluePrint Plans: Scroll down below!

Construction ready floor plans: get here.

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.

Source: ePlans

Written by Metal-Building-Homes.com

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