The outside of this two-story country vacation home layout is characterized by gambrel roof outlines and artisan ornamentation. The inside is full of attractive built-ins, as well as the floor plan is thoughtfully designed to offer a pleasant area for daily life.
The barrel ceiling-covered porch welcomes inside the house. The area not only looks nice, but it also serves as a conservation area for strangers. It serves as a barrier to the house’s seclusion. It connects to the entryway, which serves to keep the guest from seeing the full home.
Within, a studying room is concealed on the right-hand side, while the core of everyday life is directly ahead. A bathroom on the left side helps overnight visitors not disturb people in the bedrooms. The foyer also has a closet for jackets and shoes.
A covered porch on the rare side with stone walls and arches awaits visitors and adds a beautiful touch to the home. It’s a perfect place for barbeque nights.
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The two side doors open inside the great room/dining area. With sliding windows on the right side, it creates a space to arrange beanbags or hammocks. Opposite it, there is a built-in fireplace. It has space pockets next to it to keep your priced possessions like trophies, books, vintage music collections, etc. The adjacent kitchen has an L-shaped counter, making the flow of cooking efficient. The snack bar between it is an ideal place to catch up with your loved ones during morning breakfast.
Upstairs, The master bedroom is placed above the great room and has a tray ceiling. It has its deck, closet space, and a master bathroom. A deck is a nice place for relaxation during holidays.
The bathroom has a standalone tub and two sinks. Two further rooms above have a divided bathroom, and the position of the laundry area keeps the chore on one level. Both of them have their own inbuilt cupboard space.
Overall, the details on the facade make it a unique house on the street. The stunning look and spaciousness of this home make it one of the best options for building a limited home. We sincerely believe this layout fulfills your needs.
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.