This one-level, modern farmhouse plan has a large footprint, allowing you to expand out on a remote plot of land. A single corridor with just an 11′ height flows through the design’s heart, allowing for easy movement between the various living areas.
This Barndominium is designed according to the current trend of house design. The covered porch helps to take a moment and pause before entering the house. This porch not only adds splendor to the house, but it also serves a practical purpose. It serves as a barrier between spaces. Heating, security, real estate prices, and an aesthetically pleasing look are just a few of the benefits.
Moving inside, the home’s open concept is highlighted by a two-story ceiling right over the kitchen/dining areas as you see the magnificent portico through french windows. It gives the spaces profundity and connects all the room’s aspects.
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Because it runs alongside the floor plan, it can be changed into an outdoor place for dining or entertainment. The light tone of the paneling gives the property a rustic feel. The patio is reinforced by wooden columns, which enhances the attractiveness.
On the left side, a corridor flows to blend the three bedrooms. The master bedroom on the right where a huge closet is revealed by a barn door, and the 5-fixture master bath has a standalone tub. Bedrooms two and three are situated opposite the master bedroom, separated by a four-fixture shared bath. They both have their very own closets for storing.
A small office for work during the day, a utility area for an iron stand or to hang coats, and a den to have a peaceful time are provided at the end of the corridor. The huge double garage at the back is enough to park two cars together without any inconvenience.
We urge that you get together with your family and match their needs with this fantastic home. This floor plan is definitely a smart choice.
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.