Pockets of various leisure and peaceful spaces always makes a house a home. Just like this floor plan. This exclusive barndominium is garnished with an elegant facade like a traditional house. The design plays a vital role in living the dreamy country house design with comparatively less cost.
There are two front entrances to the home. Guests are welcomed into the enormous foyer by a formal entry with a grand patio, while family and friends enter through a relatively small covered porch, which leads towards the mudroom with inbuilt designed lockers. It helps to keep outdoor accessories like shoes, coats, wallets, etc well organized.
The two-story great room extends outside to a wooden deck and patio which creates a sensation of vastness when arriving via the formal entry. The french doors leading to the patio flood the plan with air and light. It can be a perfect spot for plants and creepers. This comprehensive Barndominium guide is the place to go if you’re confused by the trendy barndominiums that are sweeping the country.
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The dining area is connected to the adjacent kitchenette, which has a multi-purpose countertop. A spacious butler’s pantry optimizes workflow while also providing extra cold storage facilities. The kitchen leads to adjoined screened porch and grilling porch. A perfect place to host a barbeque night and stare at the night stars while chilling with beverages.
On the main level, the master bedroom has an entrance to the rear patio, two closets, a lavish bathroom with a separate lavatory area, a bathtub, and a giant sink. It has a built closet for him and her. The fifth room opposite it can be converted into an office space or fifth bedroom.
Three more bedrooms are located upstairs, two of which share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom and one of which is individually located across the corridor and has a full bath. The bridge overlooks the great room and creates a passage for easy movement.
The 1023 sq. ft garage is sufficient enough to park 3 cars effortlessly. Each of the cars has its own driveway. It has a big bonus room above it which is part of the home’s overall living space and has an attached powder room.
This country home design might be precisely what you need, whether you require a separate abode for your family or just desire a large house with zero wasted space.
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.