If your property is on a hill slide, we bet you would like this country-style barndominium with a timeless timber facade and a homely interior. The plan suggests a functional basement to maximize your sloping lot and included a multipurpose room for extra storage or sleeping quarters. There’s more to check out so read until the end!
For more barndominium information, visit the Ultimate Barndominium 101– a helpful article you can save for later, especially for your future barndo projects! It includes updated prices and trends that you might need to be familiar with before proceeding straight into construction.
Now, let’s get back to this charming unit, a vintage-looking barn home enveloped with wood and stone sidings. The soaring gable roofs and overhangs with visible beams complete the appeal and make the home eye-catching and distinct from other barndominiums.
The porch (which extends to the deck) surrounds one side of the barndo, leaving shaded spaces for your outdoor accommodation. There are double French doors that open to the main home and invite you to an airy interior with one door at your immediate left, leading to a den.
Love This Plan?
Inside, the kitchen offers an L-shaped counter and an island for a convenient cooking experience. A few steps further, the double-height hall provides a heated area for your dining and living room showcases.
If stopping by near the fireplace, you would notice the master bedroom’s access near the stairs. It is a perfect main-level private room with a 5-fixture bath, a large closet with laundry entry, and a door to the shaded patio where coffee tables are ideal.
Speaking of bedrooms, one more sleeping quarter is stowed up in the loft, provided with its en-suite bathroom and own walk-in closet.
On the other hand, the loft yields another communal space with a hallway connecting to the bonus room. It allows an immediate way to this flexible space that can be your family’s storage room.
If you want to take advantage of your sloping lot, then this plan’s unfinished basement is a good consideration. The underground plan permits more indoor, outdoor, and utility spaces that are isolated from the main lodging area.
The shop garage right above the slab foundation caters to three large vehicles like RVs and thanks to its oversized bays, you can guarantee smooth and hassle-free parking. You can also utilize the bonus room above as your tool storage since the garage has stairs going to this room.
The bottom line, your family can enjoy all of these functional rooms within a 2,840 sq. ft. floor, plus an inclined property is your advantage. This genius plan makes wonders for your lot and for your growing household.
Sounds like your next home? Then, secure this home’s plan copies now and build it in no time!
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.