This 3BHK Barndominium is defined by a beautiful surrounding porch, with a 3-car garage taking up the left half of the layout. In this two-story home design, traditional American architecture meets Barndominium.
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Moving ahead, the wrap-around porch is a selling factor for this floor plan. Whenever there is a celebration or a family function, it increases the quantity of available living space. On warm days, the enclosed porch shades the lower-level windows of the home, making the inside pleasant. A hammock and a set of swinging rockers give relaxing views of the surroundings. The spectacular large windows provide a sense of unity between the inner and outside areas, integrating them when necessary.
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The layout of the house is straightforward and efficient. The seating area, dining room, and kitchen flow together seamlessly, with no wasted space. A fireplace, granite countertops, and pantry are just a few of the small touches that elevate the home to greatness. The small office space provided near the garage is excellently planned to segregate working space.
The master bedroom features an ensuite bathroom with a linen cabinet and a walk-in wardrobe, which is hidden away at the rear of the design. The comfort of a primary master bedroom with a 5-fixture ensuite and walk-in closet is unbeatable.
Upstairs, there are the other two bedrooms with a loft space provided at the staircase. Both the bedrooms have their own closets. They share the common bathroom sandwiched between them in the hallway. The loft area increases the flexibility and can be customized keeping owners’ thoughts in mind.
Having extra room is almost always beneficial, whether you use it for its intended purpose or come up with new and innovative ways to make your own place. Altogether, this house plan is a fantastic option. We recommend that you add it to your top picks or purchase it right away!
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.