This country barn home is certainly every hunter’s dream. If you ever feel like the toxicity you get in the big city is becoming too much, you might consider investing in a home that will not only get you away from the noise and air pollution but will also let you and your family get into a peaceful country living.
There are so many benefits to living on the outskirts of town. First, available recreational activities do not include playing on your computers and phones. Sometimes, all we need is a peaceful, relaxing space to detoxify our bodies from the filth induced by the city. And that’s what Sand Creek Post & Beam can provide you with!
The facade of this house is dominantly red in color, with the exception of its roofs and windows. The large white-framed windows are placed on areas where natural sunlight is much needed. The roof of the house is also white in color and is shaped uniquely. The porch is very pleasing to look at, especially with the wooden furniture. You can’t help but imagine sipping freshly brewed coffee while reading the paper on the chair provided. Four y-shaped timber columns support the roof covering the porch.
If you step inside, you’ll see how much wood is used for the interiors of the house. Almost everything in this house is wooden and it’s such a beautiful sight to see. The wood used looks very raw despite them being perfectly polished. Each of the bedrooms has its own quirks. They all look very inviting.
Make sure to check if this model can be built with metal siding upon request 😉
Stats: 24×50, 2,376 sq. ft. total living space, 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, living room, dinning room, open porch (600 sq.ft.)
Plans: feel free to contact the contractor.
Source: Sand Creek Post & Beam