What a stunning barndominium we have to reveal to you today! We’re excited to share the details of this classic American-style house plan that boasts a handsome facade with a matching shaded porch and patio, plus an optional sheltered sunroom. Stick with us until the end, maybe this plan is made exclusively for you!
This home hunting could be your first construction project or perhaps the building task you may not encounter every day. As time goes by, there are changes in this industry that you might need to take heed of or understand before starting your construction. That said, we encourage you to study our Best Barndominium Guide which could help you in your building journey.
Now onto the featured plan, this is a house to flaunt for it has a lovely American craftsman-style exterior with deep overhangs and eye-catching wood accents. Thanks to the combination of three finishes: brick, stone, and wood, the home also appears to be chic and sturdy.
The porch with tapered columns allows a sweet welcome as you enter the main living space. Inside, you need to go through a small foyer to get a peek at this house’s open kitchen, great hall, and dining room.
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The kitchen is intended for efficient cooking and accommodating with its in-built pantry and counters. Just adjacent to this area is your 2-story great room, equipped with a dual-sided fireplace to heat the space as well as the master bedroom situated right behind.
The snug corner down the great room is designed for your dining tables, perfect for dining + outdoor viewing experiences. Notice the doors in this area? This is your way to the patio and the proposed optional sunroom– granting more outdoor lounging for recreational activities.
The master bedroom on this level is conveniently prepared with a master bathroom and a large walk-in closet, while the other rooms upstairs are given en-suite bathrooms with wardrobes. The loft is open-to-below and shares access to a flexible attic which you can turn into another bedroom.
The car space of this home is located at the right of the entrance, offering ample carports for two vehicles. The other garage with tall and elongated space is allotted for your RV-sized vehicles, or even for your farming tractors and equipment.
Considering all functional spaces included in the plan, this is indeed a practical barndo to consider. If you need this plan for your dream home, don’t hesitate to get your copies!
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.