The garage is built using post-frames, which cuts costs and puts the burden on the posts/poles instead of the external walls. This detached garage layout may go with any home because of its barn-like look.
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In the front, there are 2 12′ x 10′ garage gates. A 12′ x 10′ doorway on the back wall, opposite the left cell, allows for drive-through access. Its square-shaped floor plan on the main level assists to separate spaces without experiencing negative edges. The house is planned with a sloping gable roof that can shrug off the snow or rain during harsh weather. It helps to increase the lifespan of the house, protecting it against rusting and water seeping. The design is lift-friendly because the ceiling is 12′ tall on the inside.
The carport for tractor storage is located in the second section of the home. It has entrances on both sides, which helps to conserve space. The tractor will also be kept dry and protected from the elements, such as rainfall, frost, wind, and sunshine. There is a small stoop to enter the main floor through a tractor port.
Stairs go along the right wall, leading to open loft space. If you need and want to add an extra living area to this home, loft makeover concepts could be the solution. A good loft room not only adds more usable space to your detached garage, but it’s also a very creative way to raise the worth of the garage apartment. An extra room, workplace, bathroom, sleeping area, or even an open-plan kitchen can be added.
This garage barn is ideal for those searching for significant savings, greater space, and a variety of possible options. This plan may be an excellent choice if it fits all of your requirements.
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.