This multifunctional farmhouse with accommodation is an excellent choice for a rural area. The farmhouse offers one bedroom, a private bathroom, a living room, an eat-in kitchenette, and a laundry area. The barn has two horse stalls, hay storing, a drive-thru tractor driveway in the middle, and a tack/feed chamber. There’s also a hayloft upstairs.
On the main level, the floor plan is divided into three parts according to the usage of the area. The first part consists of a tack/feed room, two stalls and a hay storage room. The tack/feed room organizes everything at convenience and makes it easy to clean. Feed supplies, equipment, and tools can be stored in this room.
The two stalls next to each other can be used for creating a safe atmosphere for the horses and their handler. The last room is for hay storage. It helps to ensure nutrition content. All the rooms are well ventilated and have openings from outside as well as from inside the house for convenience. We understand choosing the right design can be stressful. This specially crafted 101 Barndominium guide will answer any queries you could have when looking for the right home
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The second part of the house consists of a driveway and storage for a tractor. It has an entrance from both sides which saves space. The barn will also aid with keeping the tractor dry and sheltered from the elements such as rainfall, snowfall, wind, and sunlight. On the top of the driveway, there is a hayloft. It has a gable roof with window punctures to allow light and proper ventilation. It can be reached through staircases provided in the tack/feed room.
Finally, the last part of the house is the living space. It is a functional barndominium with an open layout. The living room has an efficient storage space while the eat-in kitchen is merged with it. Lastly, a bedroom at the end of the farmhouse with a well-equipped washroom attached to it makes this house a perfect match.
Interiors with open-concept design radiate a sophisticated vibe, especially when coupled with excellent amenities. This floor plan can be a great upgrade for your barn. We encourage you to think about the economical benefits and flexibility this plan offers over your other choices.
Note: this home may be constructed using metal framing, however, you should always consult your local architect-engineer and receive professional evaluation if such an option is feasible for this plan and your local building codes.