This home plan is surrounded by a magnificent wraparound porch, with stone and wood frames and metal roofing contributing to the traditional curb appearance. The symmetrical facade brings restfulness and peacefulness, making the flow of space easy to figure out.
French doors adorning the entrance leads to an open concept floor plan where vaulted ceilings steal the show. It makes the great room a livelier and brighter place in the house. The kitchen, walk-through dining area, and great room are all housed in one adjoining space, making this home a perfect gathering zone during a party. Moreover, the attractiveness is enhanced by a striking stone fireplace. This ultimate Barndominium Guide will assist you with various questions that arise in your mind if you’re still uncertain about barndominiums.
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The main bedroom is in the back of the house plan with plenty of natural light as well as a special connection to the wraparound veranda. Twin vanities, a separate bathroom area, a spacious free-standing bathtub, a shower room, and full access to the laundry space are all available in the master bathroom. The huge master closet is enclosed by linen cupboards, which are ideal for storing towels and other bathroom items.
Opposite the bedroom, there is a garage that is built to park 2 cars together. It has rustic wooden doors and has an entrance through wrap around porch for easy convenience. Also, the porch allows to easily alter scenery or switch positions of the furniture as the sun rises and sets.
The balcony/loft space is located above, facing the large living room beneath. This loft could also be an open general-purpose area, such as a seating area, media room, library or gaming room. 2nd and 3rd bedrooms are equipped with their bathroom. Their windows are in the transverse direction, giving the needed privacy. An optional additional space over the garage may also offer a lot of space to transform according to the needs.
This floor plan’s described features makes an excellent choice when it comes to merged spaces. We hope this floor plan checked all the boxes of the requirements. We encourage you to make your decision according to your requirements.
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.