Looking for a layout for your dream house? You might have seen plenty of floor plans by now but let this one surprise. Who knows, this floor plan might just be the one. Designed to be a home with timeless elegance, this house has 2,796 square feet of living space. Like any traditional farmhouse, this modern farmhouse has a wrap-around front porch and a rear porch. It also has an attached garage that can park three cars.
As you enter the first level of this stunning farmhouse, a spacious foyer is flanked by the dining room on the left and a study room that can readily be converted into a fourth bedroom on the right. As you pass through, it then opens up to the expansive living room that is complete with a stone fireplace. This floor plan utilizes an open-style layout which means you can easily access the kitchen from the living area. The house also features a breakfast nook just next to the mudroom where you can access the garage. We understand choosing the right design can be stressful. This concise Barndominium Guide will help you to clear your doubts about costs, designs, construction market overview, etc.
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On the right side of the floorplan, you can find the master’s bedroom with its private full bathroom and a spacious walk-in closet. On the next level, you will find the other two bedrooms. Each has a full bathroom and walk-in closet as well. What’s more, you also have the option to utilize the extra room.
This modern farmhouse floor plan was created by Architectural Designs. They have been in the industry for more than forty years now. Their experience is a guarantee that their designs and services are one of the best. With the many requests from their clients, they have created an expanded version of their floor plan with an additional 500 square feet. Click on one of the buttons above or below for more information on this floorplan.
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.