The highlight of this efficient carriage house’s floor plan is a three-car garage, with sufficient living space on the second level. On this 2-story coach house concept, New American style marries Barndominium.
The façade features exquisite wooden embellishments. It also has board and batten panelling on the garage doors. Carriage house design provides shaded parking on the main level in the shape of a garage, as well as limited, yet pleasant, living accommodations above. This design will work like a charm for someone looking to build a modest and economical house.
To meet the modern requirements, the floor plan is kept flexible. Someone can widely use it as guest houses, suites, out-of-home offices, workshops, studios, rental property, and holiday homes. A small entrance from the covered porch gives easy access to both the garage and the second floor.
It enables enough room for a visitor to halt before or after accessing or departing the property or to relax from the hectic day. We know how confusing it is to keep up with the trends. This guide for designing a Bardominium will help you understand this trendy house design features more.
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The main floor’s enclosed staircase leads to the second level, which has an open floor plan for the kitchenette and living area. The kitchen has an island and a walk-in pantry. It is also designed in a way to accommodate a bedroom, washroom (with bathtub) and a closet. It has a storage cabinet near the staircase to protect and hide items that are rarely used.
Last, enormous windows are enough to let the light penetrate and keep the atmosphere healthy. The entire floor plan has a heating option, making it easy during harsh weather.
This simple and wonderfully organized plan is an ideal choice for a compact family. The garage’s multifunctional flexibility is hard to reject or pass it on. We encourage you to discuss this option with the family and take the last call.
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.