This retreat house is renowned for its nice size four bedrooms with closets, huge full bathroom, pleasant & airy floor plan activity space, and large covered porch. Clerestory windows above the portico offer light and the sense of extra room, while a woodstove keeps the entire area warm while using relatively minimal energy.
The outside of the modern farmhouse architecture is rustic, with rubble stone and boards & batten cladding. The garage for 2 cars is angled off the house, and the house boasts a metal panel roofing system.
When approaching the entryway, glance to the right, a barnyard door opens to meet with a versatile room engulfed by a gigantic vaulted ceiling. It can be used as a study or a guest room, thanks to its walk-in closet and a large bath placed next door. If you are confused about these trendy barndominiums, This specially crafted 101 Barndominium guide will help you with any questions you might have while browsing for the perfect house.
Love This Plan?
An open layout kitchen with dining and living area arrangement appears as one walks farther into the house past the stairway. The 20-foot-high ceiling of the living room is ideal for sitting by the fireplace, which is surrounded by a built-in library. A door leads to the home’s covered outdoor living space at the back. In opposed to the home office or gymnasium, where efficiency and work are the goals, the outdoor space can be used to provide a casual setting that is entirely geared toward amusement and leisure.
The vaulted master suite, located directly off the great area, has a separate entrance to the outdoor living area. Dual sinks, a shower, a separate tub, and a walk-in closet are all included in the bathroom. The main level is completed with an extensive utility area with enough countertops, washing stations, and, as shown in the plan, a dog washing area.
2 vaulted bedrooms, each with amazing views to the back of the house, full baths, and closets, are located on the top floor. The double-height living room is seen through the loft where the enormous vista windows are at the back of the house.
Take a peek at the photos in the gallery underneath and check their website for more details!
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.