Let us tour this shop + 2-bed barndominium bragging about its huge, barrier-free, and efficient garage, all standing on a 3,600 sq. ft. land. You can also make your work-from-home comfortable and convenient in this home office right next to your bedroom!
Of course, before setting your construction, it is a bare minimum to know the key points in building a barn home. To supplement you with the basics and best information, check out our Updated Barndominium Manual– a beginner-friendly guide to barndominiums.
If you are hunting for a practical shouse plan, you won’t regret seeing this farmhouse-style barndo with an exquisite exterior and tall glass windows. Its raised-center design is prepared for the oversized shop garage inside with one side built with a shade, granting convenient entry bays and extra car parking slots.
Inside the living space is a bright and inviting living room with a wood stove for heating, and immediate access to the kitchen/dining area. But despite having an inclusive communal space, you will still enjoy a generous cooking counter and a dining bar.
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Down the aisle on the right, the first sliding door opens to the laundry area, another door directs to the garage, and one more door welcomes you to the master bedroom primed with an en-suite bathroom. Concealed at the end of the hallway are the common bathroom, the home office, and one more bedroom with an in-built cabinet.
On the other hand, the shop garage is graced with soaring ceilings and a vast open floor. This allows more room for four to eight vehicles, more leeway for your RVs, and storage for your tools. A 16 by 16 sq. ft. bay is designed to make your RV parking smooth and uncomplicated.
For a quick recap, this plan offers a 1,230 sq. ft. home next to its 2,370 sq. ft. attached shop garage. It is an ideal unit to erect next to a grand home, or as a standalone home as it is. We bet this one’s just waiting for your purchase, so consider it and make it yours in an instant!
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.