Have you been dreaming of living in a farmhouse while raising farm animals? Or do you own a property with a farm business? This barndominium makes it possible for you to look after your family while taking over your farm. Live in this unit’s 1,432 sq. ft. second-level living space with three spacious bedrooms, and use its lower level as your stable/livestock barn.
Before jumping to our plan overview, you can read our Updated Barndominium Guide to be aware of the latest barndo specifics and come prepared for your building projects.
To start our walkthrough, we’ll first snoop on the exterior details of this plan. Looking at it, notice an apparent cabin-style architecture with a twist of timber and stone finishes. The dormer roof, french doors, and windows are its element aesthetics that add classic impressions to its curb appeal.
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Inside its main floor level, an open floor gives ample space for your stocks. Four 12 by 10 ft. stalls are built with dividers for inhibiting horse/farm animals, one tack room is provisioned for your stable equipment, and one ¾ bath is accessible for private use and water supply. The middle space on the right side is partially enclosed, rendering flexible room for other supplies.
The upper level functions as the main residence, and is formed with vaulted ceilings. The dining and kitchen area introduces the entrance, and the other side is the living room, offering spacious accommodation as well as a sun deck for extra outdoor communal space.
A hallway adjacent to this area leads you to the three bedrooms, mainly two mirroring sleeping spans with built-in closets, and a master bedroom with a generous floor area and an en-suite bathroom. The master suite occupants benefit from the deck for natural ventilation, or as a small home garden.
Can you visualize a perfect farm lifestyle in this barndo unit? Make that vision come to life by purchasing this plan and building this home as your next ranch estate. Don’t forget to check your property requirements to make your project possible!
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.