With its lift-friendly garage, this country-style duplex barndominium plan is unique on its own. It features a covered patio area on the main level while the second floor is planned as residential quarters. It is a perfect fit for someone who is looking for a garage to keep their car collections without compromising on living space.
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On the main level, there are five 10’x 9’ overhead garage bays that give an independent driveway for each car. The left side has a storage space and an entrance door from the front. It leads to the heated office with its own bathroom. The two covered patio areas are created because of the deck provided on the second level. They can be used as a relaxing point after a hectic day in the garage. The U-shaped countertops offer counter-height sitting whilst surrounding a preparation island.
The staircase on the side takes up to the living quarters. A unit includes an open floor plan where the living room, kitchen, and breakfast area are blended in an open floor plan concept. The living room has french windows which help to merge the deck for parties or family gatherings. It increases the space flexibility.
Units are neatly planned. The floor plan is simple to follow whereas the other unit is a mirror of the left one. The first bedroom is a master room with a fully equipped washroom, consisting of a shower area, sink, and a lavatory. It has a fairly large closet space. The other two bedrooms have a dormer roof which allows a brilliant amount of light and provides additional space. They have their own closets and have access to the hallway bathroom.
The characteristics included in this layout are fantastic. This design concept, we feel, meets all of the requirements for a dream house. We highly suggest that you focus your selection on your needs.
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.