The two-car garage is the focal point of this economical carriage house floor plan, with enough living area on level 2. New American design combines Barndominium in this 2-story coach home plan, creating an elegant house style.
On the main level, the plan is divided into three parts. A 2-Car garage, a game or office room, and covered porches on the side. The garage has two overhead doors for independent parking. Both of them are 9’ wide and 7’ in height. The garage space further leads to the gaming or office area.
Depending upon the owners’ choice, this area can be revamped. A book library, workshop, fitness studio, or a shop, the choices are endless. It has a fully equipped bathroom and staircase to access the upper floor. The covered porch on the longer side of the house adds character to the building. It helps to protect the interior from harsh sunlight. It can be the perfect place to chill after a heavy day at work.
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A metal staircase can be added from the covered porch to the deck like the real house in the photos. The covered stairway on the main floor brings us to the second floor, which features an open concept for the kitchen and living area. There is a countertop in the kitchen and a small pantry.
It is also planned to have two bedrooms. One is the master bedroom which includes a bathroom (including a bathtub), and a wardrobe. It features a storage cabinet near the stairs where goods that are infrequently used can be protected and hidden. The other bedroom shares the common toilet next to the staircase. There is also a utility area for equipment and appliances.
Finally, large windows allow adequate light to enter and maintain the environment balanced. To heat the room, there is a fireplace in the corner. Few beanbags and chairs for late-night chatting with relatives can be refreshing.
This uncomplicated and very well arrangement of the plan is suitable for a small household. The garage’s multipurpose versatility is difficult to dismiss or pass up.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing, however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.