The seven-car garage is the focal point of this economical garage house’s floor plan layout, which includes a vaulted loft on the second level. New American design incorporates Barndominium in this carriage home concept.
This barn-style garage’s 36′ x 36′ dimensions allows for many cars to be stored, and the board and batten paneling is capped with a wavy metal roof for a modern look. Still unsure about barndominiums? Check out our guide to clear your doubts regarding them.
Front and side vehicle access is provided via ranch house-type sliding doors. Entering and exiting is straightforward with a single door just on right. The facade of the building is adorned with gorgeous wooden panelings.
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The garage doors have timber cladding as well. The garage house plan design provides shaded parking on the ground floor and also restricted, but comfortable, adaptable loft space above. This layout will be great for somebody looking to build a tiny but budget-friendly home.
The loft space on the second floor can be converted into living quarters. It can host a dance studio, art workshops, playing area for kids, gaming area, or simply a storage space for the hardware.
Finally, huge windows enable enough light to penetrate while maintaining a healthy environment. The entire floor layout provides a thermal option, which is useful during the winter months.
This plain and quiet well thought layout is excellent for a smaller family. The garage’s multifaceted capability is impossible to disregard or underestimate. We suggest that you discuss this option with your family before coming to a decision.
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.