If you opt for an old-fashioned barn home, this 3-bed house plan is for you! The plan proposes a classic barn facade adorned with timber, metal, and stone finishes. Inside, an efficient 3-bed + flex room house awaits. The oversize garage completes the unit, offering abundant car space and workshop.
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The plan suggests a craftsman farmhouse look that exhibits a combination of wood, stone, and metal finishes. The exterior walls are braced with ribbed-metal sidings and embellished with stone-clad wainscot, columns, and chimney. What’s great about this unit is its porch which extends a shaded and heated living space for the occupants’ outdoor activities.
Inside the enclosed quarters are the commodious kitchen, dining hall, and great room floor. At the right’s entry is the introductory kitchen, formally built with a U-shaped counter, plus a supplementary island bar. The door at the left opens to a flexible room with a provisional closet, fit to cater to your office or craft supplies.
Under the high-ceilinged hall is the dining area with generous space for a large dining set, and just inches away is the living room with a fireplace centerpiece. The sliding doors at the right side of the hall lead to the shaded porch with a built-in outdoor fireplace.
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At the far end of the unit, you can access the master bedroom with a 5-fixture en-suite bath. The walk-through closet provided in the plan makes the laundry easy and convenient for the master bed occupants.
The loft upstairs confines two solo bedrooms and a common bathroom with a bathtub. The loft corner offers extra space for your wardrobe, a couch, or some snack bar.
Off to the garage, you will benefit from a large, open vehicle space suitable for your auto works or auto equipment. You can park your three small or RV-sized vehicles without a hassle, thanks to its barrier-free and tall-ceiling interior.
For convenient and practical parking, the plan included three 12-foot wide passages and one 8-foot wide back bay. A safe room is also incorporated into the plan, accessible from the garage/mudroom.
Bottomline, all these livable spaces are thoughtfully planned and developed to attend to the needs of a growing family, especially working individuals. Not to mention, the home office and workshop make the work at home possible and comfortable.
If you think this plan covers all your barndo space necessities, then this is your sign to purchase it! Grab your plan in an instant and at a worthwhile cost!
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.