This 3bhk farmhouse design will appeal to everyone because of its country-inspired design and clever arrangement, which includes a welcoming entrance porch with a double-door entryway and a 2-car garage. This thrilling barndominium has an appealing façade reminiscent of traditional houses. The design succeeds in creating a stunning country house layout at a modest cost.
Talking about roofs, the beautiful gable roofs in this plan may need more weatherproofing but they provide greater rainfall and snowfall drain. They are far more weather resistant than rooftops. The sloping roof also maximizes available area.
A covered porch is designed between the walls, utilizing the otherwise wasted space. It connects with the entire house and gives access to entry of the house. It gives people pause for a moment before making themselves aware inside. This buffer space is much needed in recent times. A two-story great room with a warm fireplace and French doors leading to a spacious patio welcome you.
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The adjacent kitchenette space and dining area are intended to be functional and efficient, with an opening pair of French doors, a wide breakfast bar with seats, and a stroll pantry. The terrace blends well will all the spaces. It can be converted into a fresh green zone with plants and creepers. A mudroom, a laundry area, and a powder room are efficiently planned on the right-hand side. Their hallway gives access to the 2-car garage. Two overhead doors help to keep cars independently.
On the left side, unwind in the main-floor main bedroom, which has quick access to the outdoor living area, a full bathroom, and a spacious walk-in wardrobe. On the second floor, there are two more guestrooms, each with its own private bath. A craft area and a workspace on each end of the rooftop are full of potential. It has a fancy balcony overlooking the living area, keeping everyone connected with each other.
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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.