Look at this captivating ranch-style barndominium, an ideal residential unit for any property that can cater to a 1,500-square-foot building. Enjoy living in its single-level, spacious interiors, including two bedrooms and an oversized attached garage for four cars. Read on for the plan details and have a look to see if this plan’s best for you.
If you are on the lookout for a cost-efficient home to invest in, we highly suggest getting a barndo as an alternative for the costly builds. That said, don’t forget to read our informative Barndominium 101 to assist you in exploring barndominiums.
Check out this barndo that boasts an extensive facade and inviting entry porch. It has simple batten walls and a stone wainscot resembling southern and ranch-style homes. From the right side, you’ll notice its shaded side patio, spacious enough for an outdoor setup.
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Upon entry, guests will be welcomed by a high-ceiling open room with a passageway by its left. To the entry door’s right is the formal L-shaped kitchen partnered with a center island. A few steps away, there’s ample space for a dining table where your family can eat while appreciating the scenic outdoors. At the end of the hall is the great room with a stunning fireplace centerpiece. It has a flexible area that allows the occupants to maximize the space. You can access the patio through the sliding doors next to the dining area.
The hallway adjacent to the dining leads to the bedrooms and mudroom. The master bedroom is furnished with an en-suite toilet and bath, a walk-in closet, and access to the laundry. The other bedroom is a straightforward sleeping quarter, and its occupant can share the next-door common bathroom with a double vanity. The neighboring mudroom connects the 4-car garage to the main kitchen/home.
All in all, this plan is designed with an open and versatile layout to attend to your space needs and wants without going over your building budget. We would be pleased to help you achieve your dream home, so purchase this plan package 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.