A commodious residence, like this 2-story post frame barndominium, is a good deal for cost and labor-saving home construction. With its thought-out interiors, the space is maximized for living, business, and work. Plus, not only are the interiors enticing, but the facade is also appealing in the build!
It may seem intriguing to hear that this type of construction is more cost-efficient than other options. Luckily, we have an ultimate guide to pole barn homes that could be helpful if you are considering building your own!
The Craftsman style of this home extends from the main floor through the upper level. . The floor plans indicate that most of the living spaces are on the second floor, with the main floor dedicated to a family area and utility room. The family room showcases a stone cladding fireplace, capable of heating the whole level while achieving a mellow and warm atmosphere
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You can enjoy the cozyness of home with your family, especially in winter. The main floor also has access to the covered and enclosed garage and the backyard patio. The front door has an inviting covered porch with timber columns and stone finishes, complementary to the barndominium’s Country and Craftsman architecture.
The upper floor has a free-flowing plan for harmonious living spaces. Two bedrooms share a common bathroom but ensure maximum privacy with a partitioning sliding door. The Master bedroom is equipped with an en-suite bathroom, walk-in closet, and access to laundry. The dining and kitchen area has a deck entry door adjacent to the great room, which is expansive enough for a family.
Another fireplace adds a warm touch to the homey ambiance, as well as being literally warming to occupants. The deck and the patio offer the possibility to enjoy backyard nature space from both floors.
This is an ideal home plan for people who want spacious indoor and outdoor zones. All perfect for serving the needs of residents and visitors to this welcoming place. All in all, this is a well-planned and designed barn home for you to consider.
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.