This barndominium is designed in such a way that it will catch the eyes of anyone passing through the streets. With its soaring high ceilings, rubble stone chimney, and grandeur balcony on the second level, it speaks of lavishness.
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At the entrance, a vaulted porch is standing tall to greet the guests. It has a fireplace to provide warmth during cold seasons. The vaulted porch can be used as an extended part of the plan where placing a few picnic furniture would make it livelier. There is a small door that leads into an open garage space. It can be customized according to the needs of the owner. 4 cars can be parked efficiently. It has two wide overhead doors in the back. Two office spaces are planned with a powder room, wash area, and staircase that merges well with the garage. A covered porch with timber ornamentation is designed to give a break from work and fill the lungs with fresh air.
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The open shared living room above has a cathedral ceiling and a fireplace and a bar area. The cathedral ceiling brings an ample amount of sunlight and air. It also makes the house look spacious and gives a dramatic look. The french windows lead to a covered balcony. Few bean bags and plants can lift the entire space with positivity.
There are two bedrooms next to each other. The master bedroom has a tray ceiling which helps to hide light fixtures and gives the room a modern look. Dual vanities, a bathtub, lavatory, and shower area make the master ensuite well stocked. While the other room shares the bathroom in the hallway. Both of them have sufficient closet space to keep the room tidy.
The arrangement is completed with a safe room camouflaged as a wine cellar. You wouldn’t have to worry about storage space for your expensive wine collection.
This countryside floorplan might be just what you’re looking for if you want a unique home for your family or just want a huge home with no wasted area.
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.