A closer look in this lovely 2,100 square feet barndominium capped with a metal gable roof. Take outdoor pursuits in its inviting wraparound porch and start your hobby project inside its capacious garage.
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This barndo’s exterior brags its cheerful country barn architecture and its towering gable roof with a small dormer roof. Choose from a cool gray, toned red, combination, or white board and batten walls to match your preferred ambiance
You can make your outdoor lounging cool and scenic as well by placing your hammocks or cozy chairs in this unit’s breezy two-side porch adorned with two-door, french entry doors.
Walk inside, and be welcomed by a double height great room. From this hall, you can have a peek of its loft and formal kitchen underneath. The formal kitchen has built-in L-shape counters and an island bar to accommodate your dining seats.
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Beside the staircase at the great room is a door leading to the main level master room, spacious for a queen-sized bed and equipped with an en-suite bath and fixed closet.
Right above is the loft including two sleeping rooms with sufficient bed capacities and furnished with a Jack-and-Jill bathroom. The accessory dormer window allows natural light to brighten the ground floor as well as the loft.
Next to see is the rear garage/shop with four bays. It has an expansive area to take in up to four cars and additional equipment for your automotive tasks.
All in all, this is a great plan that gets the most out of your lot. Delight in this country barn home that combines a generous space for living and auto shop.
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.