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.
The rustic appeal of the house will make it stand out from the rest of the house. A covered porch with timber columns adds character to the house. It also can be turned into an exciting space by placing a few pieces of picnic furniture.
Moving inside, a living room is placed separately on the left while a grand room, dining area, and kitchen have an open floor layout. The covered patio can be used as an extended living space during parties or Christmas celebrations. With a countertop, the kitchen space and great room space are informally divided for versatility. The kitchen has access to a decent-sized pantry.
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A hallway connects the garage and living quarters. A powder room is tucked in between. It helps to maintain privacy in the bedrooms. It is a spacious 2-car garage with a back car door which is ideal for storing the yard tools. The staircase at the entrance of the house gives access to the upper floor. It has a mudroom next to it for the outside accessories which helps to maintain cleanliness.
Upstairs, you’ll discover a functional floor plan with a large master bedroom. There are twin sinks, a walk-in showering area, and an attached lavatory in the master bathroom suite.
The walk-in wardrobe is extremely spacious. There is a jack & jill type washroom to help split the additional bedrooms a little simpler without disturbing the privacy. The laundry room is cleverly located keeping convenience in mind.
Every room has sufficient openings for ventilation and light. It will help to maintain the freshness of this floor plan. This barn is suitable for people looking for substantial savings, more room, and a range of available solutions. If it meets all of your needs, fixing this plan might be a good decision.
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.