Take your eyes on this pleasant country barndominium with craftsman timber accents rendering a three-bedroom open quarter. The heart of the home is the vaulted ceiling great hall, made centered for a convenient flow of mobility. On top of that, a transitional walkout basement plan enables more living space for the owners (under conditions).
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This lovely house plan proposes a gabled bungalow barndo that starts with the 50-foot wide porch adorned with projected timber columns and beams, and a stone wainscot. The exterior walls are corrugated metal side panels, giving a firm and sound facade.
Upon entering, you will encounter an inviting great room with a distinct cathedral ceiling. The opposite area grants a dining experience with an outdoor scene. The kitchen is hidden from the guests’ view for privacy, yet has a formal cooking area and ample counters.
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Right outside is the shaded patio provided with an outdoor stone fireplace for an enjoyable nature experience.
The rooms inside are tucked in on either side of the home. The first and second bedrooms are accessible from the great hall, tendering generous sleeping quarters. Meanwhile, the master bedroom is specially provided with an abundant floor area, an en-suite bathroom, and a walk-in closet.
If you have a sloping property and are opting to build a home with a walkout basement, our architects can include a plan with tentative basement access, opening a vast space with a covered patio.
With all that, you can maximize your 2,000 sq. ft. lot (flat or sloping) and have an organized residence with this plan. If everything sounds like a home to you, we encourage you to grab your plan packages now to get the construction started!
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.