Enjoy this garage apartment or ADU(Accessory Dwelling Unit) where a one-bedroom apartment is planned on top of the 2 car garage. This construction is cost-effective to construct since it has a plain rectangular layout as well as a simple roofing system. With 667 Sq.Ft. garage area, this floor plan is a perfect choice who are looking for an additional secondary house or compact apartment to stay in.
Along with its metal rooftop and timber embellishments, this barndominium does have a lot of curb appeal. The marketplace is being changed by barndominiums. We realize how tough it is to stay up with the latest trends. This barndominium guidebook is well-written to provide a quick overview.
On the ground floor, Patios can be used as some outside living quarters for organizing barbecue nights, gatherings, or just resting. The inclusion of hammocks would greatly reduce tension levels in the body during weekends or holidays. The entrance of the house is from the opposite side where a straight flight of stairs takes to the living quarters above.
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The kitchenette and living room on the second level all flow together seamlessly inside the house. The kitchen contains a countertop. There is a little door leading to the open deck that is adjacent to the living area. It’s also reachable from the ground level. The open deck can be used during parties and relaxation. The addition of a ping pong table would increase the charm of the deck. Moving on, it has a bedroom equipped with a closet. It has access to the common bathroom consisting of a bathtub, lavatory, washing area, and a sink bowl.
Lastly, the common area has a cathedral ceiling. It gives the house a grandeur look. Ventilation and daylight circulate in the rooms without any disruption. The garage has two overhead doors for the cars, making the parking easy and convenient.
This barndominium is cost-effective, with little more than 839 square feet of heated living area. We appreciate your time spent looking at several residences to find the right one for you. We hope that this arrangement makes it easy for you to choose that fits your needs. We wish you the best of luck!
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.