Traditionally, residential homes and barn structures are made out of wood and built quite far apart from each other. One has to traverse the yard to reach one building. This is not a problem if the weather is fine. However, if it rains heavily and one has to check on his animals, walking across a muddy yard is not desirable.
This is where Morton Buildings comes in. They are a reputable construction company with extensive experience in metal buildings. From basic to bold, they build the finest pole barns, equestrian buildings, and steel buildings. For any metal building, they’ve got you covered.
Here, they designed a perfect structure that combines both the residential home and barn under one roof. Muddy yards and heavy rainfall will no longer be a deterrent in taking good care of one’s animals. Not only that! The structure is not built out of wood; instead, metal is used to ensure that the home and barn will last for a long time.
Morton Buildings designed a metal building structure that is practical, non-traditional, classy, and convenient. They created a building that offers the comfort of home not only to its human residents but also to its animal residents.
Scroll down below and take a look at this fantastic combination of two metal buildings – one for living quarters and another as a barn. As usual, Morton Buildings lived up to its name and did a perfect job on this project.
A wide paved driveway leads to the entrance of this structure. A large corridor separates the living quarters from the barn. One has to go through the porch overlooking a cute flowerbed to access the living quarters. A large glass and wooden door welcome you to the spacious great room combining a living room, dining area, and kitchen.
The living room is well-lit and ventilated by the large windows, which also give scenic views of the lush greenery and duck pond. Watching the ducks elegantly swimming from the comfort of a comfy sofa is enough to relax your mind and body after a long day on the farm.
The dining area is tastefully furnished with a classic eight-seater dining set, enough for family and guests. An open-plan kitchen overlooks the dining area for ease of serving food. The door between the kitchen and dining area leads to the barn. The home also has four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Considering the images featuring the inside of the home, one cannot tell that it is part of a metal building structure because the home exudes comfort and warmth– not the cold and hardy characteristics of metal. This is an ideal country home for the aspiring rural dweller. That is how Morton Buildings do it; perfectly!
Stats: 66’W x 18’H x 100’L, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms.
Source: Morton Buildings