Do you want to turn your inclined property into a stunning homestead with an overlooking deck? Then, we invite you to have a look at this sleek farmhouse-inspired barndo with three main house bedrooms and one complementary garage bedroom up the loft. More span under the main level awaits to be visualized as the home’s anteroom/man cave. Let’s get into the details and see if this unit is best for you!
One thing to do before your construction project is to research and understand the nature of barn homes. Good thing, our All-inclusive Barndominium Starters’ Guide is available online to help you in considering barndominiums. Take time to read the entire manual to fully equip you in building your dream barndo!
The plan we are touring today is a farmhouse-style home with inclusive interiors for a big family. Up front, the modest country architecture features timber craftsman elements with a touch of stone. The shaded porch offers an overlooking deck and leads the way to the quarters, while the right half of the facade opens to a 4-car garage.
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A step inside, the high cathedral ceiling welcomes you with an expansive floor for your lounging, cooking, and dining experience. You can utilize this three-in-one open space as your heated receiving area, family lounge, or anything that suits your liking.
You don’t have to worry about your privacy since the sleeping rooms on this level are secluded behind the great room. Two bedrooms grant sizable undisturbed quarters with access to the common bathroom, while the master bedroom lends deluxe sleeping spaces with a 5-fixture bath and a large walk-in closet.
More sleeping span is secured up the garage loft, provisioned with its toilet and bath, and a small walk-in closet. This is an accessible den for your extended family members or house helpers, but it could also be a man cave depending on your creativity.
The shop/garage, on the other hand, has two 12 by 14 ft. drive-through bays and one 18 by 8 ft. garage door which fits wide and big vehicles. You can stash four or more cars in here and still get leeways and spare storage spaces for your hobby tools.
How about a basement? Sure, this plan takes advantage of sloping properties so a basement extension is a guarantee, allowing more utility and storage space for the occupants. This suggests an enclosed, expansive basement with a shaded patio, and one bay for your gardening and hobby equipment.
With all of what we’ve seen, this house plan is evidently a functional house for sloped land and a growing household. You can build this unit with a 3,000 sq. ft. lot and get a 2,779 sq. ft. heated floor area plus a basement as your bonus space.
If you’re eyeing a barndo like this, check your requirements and grab your prints now! We are happy to help you achieve your dream barn 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.