Post frame barn homes are an economical option for home building nowadays. This gable roofed, warm gray pole barn house is one of the simple and economically-designed homes you can consider. It features a welcoming porch that extends along the side to allow occupants to enjoy spaces both inside and out.
Post frame or pole barn homes could be a new idea for you. There is a complete pole barn homes guide you can check out for particulars you need to know.
What makes this home stand out as a barn home is its earth tone and uncomplicated exterior that makes it blend with the natural environment. It has a conventional facade with batten paneling that conceals the quaint interior that features a loft. Not to mention, it has a full-length covered porch as well, giving a hint of Country style architecture. Coffee chairs and tables, or even a bench, would be great places where you can sit and relax outside.
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The plan is sized for limited capacity, like a professional or young family, yet has a sufficient space for occupants. Upon entry, the great room with expansive floor area will welcome you. Plenty of windows allow for natural light and ventilation.The kitchen and dining areas are also within the main level, adjacent to the bathroom and laundry.
The stairway to the upper floor is at the right side of the great room. The plan has only one side of the loft finished to serve as the 412 sq. ft. Master bedroom. The other side is unfinished: an opportunity for you to finish it out as you wish The possibilities might depend on the fabrication and design. Below the unfinished side is the three-port garage.
Overall, this pole barn home is a charming barndominium that could cater to the living space you need. We urge you to consider this plan–it could be your awaited Home Sweet 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.