A country-style 5-bedroom barndominium with panel and board exterior cladding, timber doors, and inviting porches with simple timber pillars. It offers a modern and pleasant floor plan with a spectacular open layout that brings the family together.
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The front porch leads to the grand great room with a double-sided fireplace to keep the space warm. It also acts as an informal partition between the great room and dining area. The kitchenette, dining area, and living room all blend together flawlessly inside the house. A dining counter and a spacious storage cupboard are included in the kitchenette.
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There’s ample cabinet space next to the kitchen where the mudroom and laundry room are merged together for convenience. The corridor leads to the 2 car garage too. The back porch can be utilized as an outside meeting space for BBQ evenings, get-togethers, or simply relaxing. An addition of a hammock would be fantastic for reducing psychological stress in the body.
In the west wing, a massive master suite is designed to provide only the best comfort. It has a luxurious bathroom suite with an 8’ x 12’ 6” walk-in closet, a big bathtub, his and her vanities, two sink bowls, and a separate lavatory area. The master room has direct access to the laundry area.
The east wing consists of four bedrooms. Two Jack-and-Jill baths are shared by the remaining four bedrooms. Bathrooms are costly and take up a lot of space in a floor layout. The use of a Jack and Jill bathroom gives sufficient privacy while also saving money. Further in the plan, a kid’s living space connects the chambers, making it an excellent gaming area, children’s lounge, or multifunctional area. The space is flexible according to the needs.
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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.