Look around this stick-framed barndominium enclosing a loft-style 3-bed + home office living zone. Attached to the unit is a wraparound porch, offering a shaded pathwalk, and a massive shop/garage with 12-foot wide bays for up to six cars. There’s more to see as we move on, so stick around until the end!
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Upfront, this barndo plan boasts an elongated footprint with neat and graceful exterior walls. The stone and wood are the garnishing finishes that make the porch pop and more textured. Other than the porch, notice that the large bays complements the vertical metal walls, creating the illusion of a taller and expanded barn.
The double-door entry introduces you to the home’s kitchen with an L-layout counter and a supplementary island counter furnished with a double bowl sink. For a formal eating experience, you can set up your dining table just a few steps away from your kitchen.
Adjacent to this meal preparation area is an open living room, offering a lavish and heated lobby space. The sliding doors open to the covered side porch, allowing more ventilation and access to the outside.
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Heading to the master bedroom, you can delight in its wide bed span and conveniently utilize its master bath, walk-through closet, and laundry room connection.
Upstairs, the owners have the benefit to use the adaptable loft that oversees the open living room below and grants a hallway to two mirroring bedrooms. A nearby common bathroom provides private shower space for the loft occupants.
Down to the garage area, a vast working and parking span with three 12-foot wide overhead garage doors allows three to six cars at least and lends more extra space to occupy for your equipment, gears, storage, and utilities.
All in all, this plan takes up to 5,000+ sq. ft. lot and gives more floor area to cater to your home and workshop needs. If this sounds like a worthwhile package to consider, you can start by checking the whole plan set options to match your preference. We hope this barndominium creates a new homely environment for you and your family!
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.