The 36′-deep double garage with another overhead door on the back façade is located on the right side of this Barndominium. The use of French windows and doors ensures that the rooms are adequately ventilated. While the left side has the living accommodation with a flexible plan.
This brief barndominium guide is the place to go if you’re perplexed by the trendy barndominiums that are sweeping the country. Moving on, the corner porch acts as a shield and buffer zone. It helps to maintain privacy inside the house. During weekends, the place can also be used for relaxation. It also provides protection against harsh sunlight.
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The living room, kitchenette, and dining area are all incorporated into an open concept. For optimal storage, the kitchen includes a large countertop and a large walk-in pantry. It gives access to the mudroom where outdoor accessories can be dumped. It also leads to the garage. A powder room is an excellent addition to this floor plan. It helps to not compromise the privacy of other bedrooms when there are guests.
The master bedroom is hidden across from the kitchen. The bathroom has his and her vanities, an adjacent lavatory space, and a standard bathtub. The huge walk-in closet is the cherry on top. There is special access to the laundry through the master bedroom.
On the second floor, there are other three bedrooms. They share the common washroom sandwiched between bedroom 2 and bedroom 3. Each of them has its own closets so storage won’t be a problem. The huge loft can be used as a greeting area or can be converted into a play area, gym, art studio, or even a small library. The rooms are more airy, big, and vibrant. All thanks to the large windows.
Finally, this rustic home plan has a three-car garage, which is ideal for keeping automobiles safe from dust and the elements. Do you like the layout? It is a fantastic option for your new ideal house. We hope you have added it to your list.
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.