A 1-bedroom barndominium in the country style, with red board & batten exterior paneling, wood shutters, and an appealing gable roof defined by humble timber pillars. It seems to have a modern floor plan that is comfortable and a stunning open concept that brings the family near. The plan’s centerpiece is a 1,760 square foot attached garage that can be converted into a drive-through store, gym, or even an art gallery.
The entrance opens to a long flight of stairs while a garage door awaits on the left side. This garage apartment includes space for three automobiles at the entrance on the ground level, and also space for a fourth vehicle on the right-hand side. Landscaping tools as well as other unarmored vehicles can be stored on the left. Two of the car parking spaces have joint overhead doors while the other two are single overhead doors. A bathroom is placed near the staircase to minimize the inconvenience of people working in the garage.
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Stairs connect the 3-car section to the 1-car side-entry section and lead to the flat above. The covered stairway on the main floor brings us to the second story, which features an open concept for the kitchen and living area. There is no countertop in the kitchenette but it has a walk-in pantry. A countertop can be created by bringing a wooden table.
The bedroom is separated from the great area by the toilet and laundry area. The bedroom has twin closets which is enough storage space. The bathroom consists of a bathtub, lavatory, and a sink.
Finally, large windows allow adequate light to enter and maintain the environment wholesome. The heating option exists all through the floor plan, making it convenient during inclement weather.
This uncomplicated and well-approached design is suitable for a small household. The garage’s multipurpose adaptability is difficult to dismiss or simply ignore.
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.