This barndominium is a must-see for its exceptional contemporary design and spacious living quarters. The clean and neutral frontage gives us a glimpse of its best architectural elements.
Without further delay, let’s get into the details and know why this is an ideal home for anyone seeking affordable, quality, and appealing house construction
This home is designed for a pole barn structure, but it can be built using the standard stick-built frame – have a look at Charlie’s story who built his barndominium using this plan. Usually, post-frame constructions are less expensive and labor-saving than the traditional home building we know. For a more thorough explanation, check out all about pole barn homes. It contains the complete guide to pole barn homes and helps with your home searching.
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Let’s talk about this cozy home. As seen up front, this house is neat yet not plain. Its contemporary design features a modern gabled facade with glass windows and a spacious porch where you can entertain guests or adore the surroundings.
Also, there are two wood columns with stone crafts that indicate the tall character of this home. Its outdoor walls are covered with whiteboard trims and stoneworks on the base. It also has an attached 2-vehicle garage at the back of the structure. Overall, it displays the whole structure’s comprehensive and broad floor space on the outside.
Moving on, upon entry, you will catch sight of a spacious living zone with a loft. On the right, a great room with a stone-cladding fireplace is perfect for setting up a living area where you can relax and have time with your family. On the other side, a dining area and kitchen are adjacent.
The kitchen has access to a pantry and is furnished with an island for a breakfast nook and extra space for preparing meals. Beyond that floor level is the master bedroom with a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. In a few steps, you will see a laundry area with dedicated storage and a door to a small covered porch.
Upstairs is a loft with a view, space for a couch, and two rooms that share a common bathroom. Additionally, there is also a small enclosed space for utilities.
Knowing all of that, it is certainly spacious and great for anyone seeking a cozy home. The design is very modern but traditionally spaced according to family needs. If you believe this one fits your space requirements, then let us help you build your awaited lovely pad!
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.