Metal Building Carriage House Built in Texas (HQ Plans & Pictures)

Own this modern Southern comfort home that is supported with steel frames. Texas Home Plans is the company behind this successful project. It’s a metal building carriage house that was built all the way from Texas. The house offers a wide-open space for your creative zen, and it will surely bring you back to mother nature’s arms. The property is situated with a nice view of the mountain ranges and an open view of lush vegetation, well-suited for relaxation and enjoyment.

Steel framed sidings with cobblestones and wood featuring the side entrance to the open second floor veranda

This steel-framed house finished with hardwood offers a very comfortable and welcoming feel with its naturalistic finish. From the earthy details of the veranda to the cobblestones that wrap around the house, the steel frames give it a unique and modern look. The interiors are also finished with a fresh cabin vibe that gives it a laid-back Southern feel.

The house is covered with wood panels and artistically carved details that would transport you into a whole new environment. Its metal sidings require little maintenance cost and give added protection from different weather conditions. The house also features a lap pool with a comfortable lanai where you can relax and unwind, while getting a good view of the mountain ranges.

Lounge area by the pool with hardwood flooring

Invest in this intricately detailed steel house and enjoy the Texan luxury vibe it brings to your modern style. Check out the pictures below and see the floor plan for more details.

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Stats: 2,084 Sq. Ft., more features and stats in the plan below!

Plan: Scroll down below!

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.

Source: Texas Home Plans

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