Many people have been working from home since the Covid-19 pandemic started, which has made more cost-efficient houses with office setup a sought-after design. This carriage-style post frame barndominium with a shop, office, and oversized 2-car garage is definitely a catch if you are planning to build your own home!
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This home is a mix of Craftsman and Northwest architecture that features a carriage-style garage. The exteriors are constructed with horizontal boards and batten siding. The covered porch adds an intricate touch with stone and timber columns and visible roof beams. It’s perfect for an afternoon relaxation, just set up an outdoor chair or two!
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The best thing about this home is its oversized garage. It has an expansive floor that fits two cars plus a shop: ample space for your equipment and tools. The private office has direct access to the space as well. On the other hand, the living spaces include a great room with a fireplace; a kitchen with an island and a walk-in pantry; a dining area with a viewing window; a bathroom; and a laundry area. Upstairs, two bedrooms share a common bathroom, but each has their own walk-in closet. Also, a Master suite with a capacious bathroom area, including toilet, bath, and walk-in closet.
Taking everything into account, this barndominium is a complete package as a pole barn home. The office and garage areas offer great work-at-home possibilities. Not to mention that it is also less expensive to build than a traditional house. At the end of the day, if it fits your preference, we are happy to assist you build your dream home!
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.