Terrain suburbs are usually proud of lovely traditional homes. However, modern style barndominiums have been desired by home owners more recently. A pole barn home like this could match the environmental character of mountain suburbs while offering distinction and elegance.
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This country home showcases an eight-foot wraparound porch, ideal for a shaded walk while enjoying the surrounding landscape views. The dark gray finish and metal gabled roof complete the sleek appeal of this barndominium. It is designed to be readily connected to any detached building such as a garage or shop.
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The interior covers 3,636 sq. ft., ample space for a great room with a cozy stone-clad fireplace. While enjoying a warm stay inside, you can get a glance at the kitchen. It features an island and a walk-in pantry for cooking convenience. The Master suite is on the same floor, with an en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet
If you are a pet person, you will definitely love this home’s utility room with a designated wet area for fur babies’ baths. Since this has a high ceiling structure, the upper level is a loft with two bed spaces sharing a bathroom. Next door is a media room, suitable for game time with the family.
Considering everything, this welcoming country barndo is a fantastic deal that lends ample living space. We advise you to consider this home as a potential fit for your next cozy home!
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.