For everyone with properties near lakes, mountains, or hillsides, we bet this plan would work for you! Check out this sweet rustic loft barndominium that covers 2,779 sq. ft. floor and includes a plan for a walkout basement. Its shop/garage is spacious enough for auto equipment and storage, an advantage for vehicle enthusiasts!
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Now let’s look at this plan’s proposed frontage. At a glimpse, you will notice it looks leveled up front, concealing the basement. The porch can be seen standing on a flat slab, yet it has an extended deck that shades the underground patio.
It also boasts a cabin-craftsman architecture style adorned with corrugated sidings and stone porch columns, that harmonizes with any rural or classic nature ambiance.
As you enter, a stunning open floor will welcome you. The L-layout kitchen is at the immediate left of the entry, planned to make your entertaining easy, while the pantry is on the right for a convenient grocery store.
Walk a little further and you will be thrilled to be under the towering ceiling of the living and dining room. The fireplace is at the far end of the hall, efficiently heating the whole floor.
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Admire the outdoors without leaving the indoors by hanging out in this barndo’s scenic deck. Place some cozy benches or al-fresco dining sets and enjoy the serene moment with your family.
Back inside, the master suite is on this level, offering a spacious floor for a queen to a king-size bed, an en-suite bathroom (with a window seat), and a walk-in wardrobe.
Check out the loft upstairs that oversees the living room, and can cater an entertainment showcase, a lounging, or a communal space for kids. Occupants can also utilize the other two side-by-side bed quarters in this loft, with a common toilet and bath to use.
The garage side of this barndo is perfect for stashing three to four cars with no hassle. More storage space is included in the plan, prepared to house your hobby gears and apparatus. Three front bays and one rear bay are also ready and handy for easy parking and drive-through.
The walkout basement below covers 1,832 sq. ft. floor area which is available for utilities or storage. If you are creative, this room could be your man cave or shed. Provisioned with a patio, you can invite your family or guests to adore the view outside.
Isn’t this a perfect plan for a vacation house beside a lake or a home in the mountains? If you have inclined land property and are thinking of a homey barndominium to build, this is it! Get your plan copy now and make your sloping lot a benefit to have a dreamy home!
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.