It would be nice to have a cozy abode, especially in a quiet suburb like Grimes County in Texas. This quaint gray barndo is perfect for such an idyllic setting, mellowing out the expansive meadows while offering a secured living space and shop.
Stacey, the owner of this featured barndo, has also shared and posted this home on our Facebook group, Barndominium Living. Why not check it out and be a part of our growing barndo group?
Without further ado, let’s get down to this barndo’s details and learn about Stacey’s house-building journey as we explore her sweet home.
Table of Contents
- 1 Home Details
- 2 Barndo Building Process
- 3 Financing – How Did Stacey Do It?
- 4 Stacey’s Barndominium Exterior – Warm and Sheer Gray Country Barndo
- 5 Interior – Airy Quarters
- 6 Similar Floor Plans For Your Dream Barndo
- 6.1 Bungalow Carriage Style Barn Home w/ 3-Car Garage (HQ Plan & 3D Concepts)
- 6.2 Rustic Look Ranch-Style Home with Sliding Barn Doors (HQ Plans & Real Examples)
- 6.3 Stunning 3BHK Country House w/ 2-Car Garage (HQ Plans & 3D Concepts)
- 6.4 Engaging 6-car Pole Barn Garage w/ 60-foot Long Covered Porch (HQ Plan & 3D Concepts)
- 6.5 Cost-effective Recreational Vehicle(RV) Friendly Pole Barn w/ 3-5-Car Garage (HQ Plan & 3D Concepts)
- 6.6 Minimalist 4-car Barn Garage (HQ Plan & 3D Concepts)
- 7 Wrap Up
- 8 Image Gallery
2,100 sq. ft. + 2,500 sq. ft. garage & shop
Barndo Building Process
Stacey and her family chose a simple bungalow barndominium as their home. They planned and constructed this house with the assistance of Kimich Construction, their trusted contractor.
The house has a 35 x 80 ft. floor area, enough to take in 3 bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room, and covered carports. It was built within a year, costing them $447,000 in total. The main residence has a matching detached shop covering 2,500 sq. ft. of space. It also serves as the parking bay for their boat and RV, and a stash for their hobby equipment.
Financing – How Did Stacey Do It?
Stacey did not disclose any information about her financing regarding this barndominium’s construction.
Stacey’s Barndominium Exterior – Warm and Sheer Gray Country Barndo
The exterior screams neutral and warm shades of gray, leaving a natural appeal that blends well with the earthy surroundings. The owners made an excellent choice pairing the shop’s facade with the main house while maintaining a distinction between the two units. They incorporated texture elements, such as stonecraft base wainscot, to differentiate between the two units. Both structures are conveniently placed and coordinated for the occupants’ ease.
This post-frame home has not only one but two shaded porches–handy areas to enjoy with friends and guests while looking over the great pastures. The french entry door is also classic with the complementary wall sconce that gives an inviting feel to the barndo.
Interior – Airy Quarters
This barndominium unit’s indoors are as neat and bright as the exterior. The whole level renders comfortable living zones perfect for Stacey’s family. She has the advantage of a great room capacity, thanks to the open plan that the barndo offers.
How about we get a closer view within the bounds of this cozy house, shall we?
Within entry, the guests will walk through the spacious foyer adorned with a console table and a lovely clock piece. Right across is the spacious 23-foot tall great room with a homey setup. The stone-cladded fireplace/feature wall that goes well with the warm and relaxing ambiance is a work of art. All the floors in the house are sealed and polished concrete. As seen, Stacey designed her space pleasantly with modern style and hunter decors for a twist.
Kitchen & Dining
The kitchen is adjacent to the living room. Anyone coming over can see the graceful cooking station with vintage chandeliers and leathered granite countertops. The overall white color of the cupboards and backsplash is inviting, making the kitchen friendly and modest. Along with the kitchen, Butler’s pantry is close and accessible for convenience.
There are three spacious bedrooms in this barndo, enough to cater to three medium to large-sized beds. Two of these are perfect for peace and quiet. The master suite is adequate for the owners, equipped with a toilet and bath.
The barndominium plan proposed and included two toilets and bathrooms, one as the common bathroom and one as the en-suite. The shared bathroom has ample space for a vanity, sink, a cabinet beneath, and an enclosed shower area. The en-suite comprises his and hers sinks, a bathtub, a toilet, and an enclosed shower. All the bathroom essentials, such as the cabinetries and countertops, are of the same style and finishes as the ones in the kitchen. The showers’ wooden-look tiles are impressive, matching the rustic appeal of the barndo.
This barndo’s attached garage is constructed for oversized vehicles and easy parking. It can be accessed by the main house’s 8 ft. wide mudroom entry. The parking bays are facing the shop, on the leftmost side of the unit, designed to match the shop’s traffic flow.
A 2,500 sq. ft. shop stands alongside the barndo, provided with one 14 ft. overhead pull-through door and one 12 ft. bay for the owner’s boat and other vehicles. Its area is open and wide; occupants can set up more equipment and efficient working stations
Rear Covered Porch
Stacey’s barndo residence prides itself on having a back-shaded porch. We bet it is nice to relax here while enjoying the scenic greenery and fresh-from-the-grill barbecues or have their family time snuggling on a couch while feeling the breeze. An outdoor bench and hammock would be ideal for this spot.
Similar Floor Plans For Your Dream Barndo
You might be planning a future barndo or repurposing your own, hence reading this featured unit story. To make your barndo hunting easier, you can check out these plans we listed for you, similar to Stacey’s.
Bungalow Carriage Style Barn Home w/ 3-Car Garage (HQ Plan & 3D Concepts)
If you have an eye for traditional houses, this one’s for you to check out. A barn home in the style of an old-fashioned carriage with a 1,933 sq. ft. floor area, sheer in design yet homely and perfect for a family. Its single-level plan offers an open layout with a living area, cozy fireplace, and access to the next-door car area with fantastic space.
Rustic Look Ranch-Style Home with Sliding Barn Doors (HQ Plans & Real Examples)
Have you been looking for a home that will fit your tastes perfectly? You must have browsed through numerous floorplans already and might be feeling tired. Well, let this one surprise you. This house is a rustic ranch-style two-story homestead with three beds and baths. It has an attached two-car garage as well.
Stunning 3BHK Country House w/ 2-Car Garage (HQ Plans & 3D Concepts)
This three-bedroom Barndominium-style two-story home plan combines a graceful facade with an efficient, straightforward floor layout. From the road, this house stands out with its diverse siding colors and stone and wood features.
Engaging 6-car Pole Barn Garage w/ 60-foot Long Covered Porch (HQ Plan & 3D Concepts)
Many homeowners seek detached units that could cater to their vehicle space and outdoor needs. Checking out this charming barn garage on top of the line, its floor area extends to accommodate and stash up to six cars. Equipped with a welcoming 60-foot-long porch, you can enjoy a pleasant time under the shade. It has a subtle red and unadorned demeanor that could match any art of residence.
Cost-effective Recreational Vehicle(RV) Friendly Pole Barn w/ 3-5-Car Garage (HQ Plan & 3D Concepts)
Pole barns are a type of post-frame construction that has been used to quickly construct sturdy, dependable structures for generations. Post-frame construction is a well-designed technique that is both efficient and versatile. This garage is constructed with post-frames, which saves money on construction and places stress on the posts/poles rather than the outward walls.
Minimalist 4-car Barn Garage (HQ Plan & 3D Concepts)
An appealing modern barn dedicated to minimalist car owners. It exhibits a classic red board and batten facade with black base trim accents. Built with a 14-foot high ceiling and barrier-free plan, it is an ideal 4-vehicle garage that could be remodeled as a personal den, storage space, workshop, or business warehouse.
Overall, we can say that the barndominium presents harmony, efficiency, and coziness. It is good that Stacey chose to stick with one style yet still delivered a stunning home design. The setting and ambiance also blend seamlessly, so kudos to Stacey and her family for this barndominium.
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