Let’s tour this stunning loft barndominium showered with elegant wood finishes and topped with towering gable roofs. The plan includes a heated living/dining room with a high ceiling, a covered patio, flexible rooms, an overlooking loft, and a side-entry garage. Read on to see what more this home can offer.
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This exclusive barndo might “wow” you for its striking facade exhibiting vertical batten sidings, distinct wood columns, gable roofs, and a tall stone-clad chimney. The entry invites you to a shaded porch and through the double French door.
A step inside, an airy living/dining hall greets you with a warm and cozy ambiance. The open floor lends space for couches, an entertainment showcase, and a dining setup. Take delight in this room while enjoying a picturesque view of the shaded patio.
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The formal kitchen tenders a wide and free space for accessibility, furnished with counters, inbuilt bar/liquor corners, and a spacious walk-in pantry.
Just behind this area is the master suite provided with a sizable bed place, a lavish en-suite bathroom, and a walk-in closet
Upstairs, the overlooking loft offers space for recliners or snack bars. Two more bedrooms and a flex room are situated at the side of the loft, equipped with built-in wardrobes.
The garage at the adjacent side of the home caters to two cars supplied with a large bay and an extra flexible room you can utilize as your exercise area.
All in all, this unit is a handsome unit giving a new face to barndos. This specific plan is made exclusively for anyone with certain space needs, so if you need some modifications to add to this plan, you can contact our architects. Have a thorough speculation and see if this home fits your requirements. We are happy to help you achieve your dream 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.