This distinctive 3BHK home design offers a farmhouse façade and a 575 square feet of extra space over the 2-car garage, making it ideal for country life. A traditional entry with a huge porch greets visitors as they enter the vast foyer.
Whether you’re thinking of creating a barndominium, do your research beforehand to determine if they’re suited for you. This curated guide is here to help you.
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Moving on, Inside, double doors lead to a large entrance that connects to the living area. The living area is heated by a fireplace and leads to a back sunroom. It is a perfect place to unleash your stress during weekends. Few colorful pieces of furniture would brighten up the place. Some musical instruments are a great choice for creating the ambiance.
The adjacent kitchen has a preparation island and lots of counter space, as well as immediate access to the rear patio, which is ideal for a grill night. It gives off a sense of spaciousness. The patio is flooded with light and air, thanks to the french doors that lead to it. It might be an ideal location for flowers and creepers.
To the left of the foyer is the master bedroom, which has a 5-fixture bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe. A 2nd-floor loft gives a versatile place for everybody to explore. There are two more bedroom suites on the eastern side of the property. They have their own bathrooms and closets. A powder room is nestled with them which makes drainage planning easy. The double garage is connected by a carport, which offers access to the upstairs bonus room, which has a moist bar and a large bathroom. A utility area provides space for keeping the washing machine, laundry appliances, etc.
Whether you want a distinct residence for your family or simply desire a spacious house with no wasted space, this country floorplan might be exactly what you are seeking.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing, however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.