Do you prefer a simple yet entrancing barn home with a rustic exterior design? Better to see this home with us, for it may match your style in terms of country architecture and barn home aesthetics. It’s a 4-bed barndominium plan including an extension room and a huge car garage, sufficient quarters for a growing family.
Prior to your first step into barndo building, we suggest setting your standards and knowing the crucial points of a building project with the help of our Comprehensive Barndominium Guide. By this, you can aim for the best result and be aware of the procedures.
Moving on to our target barndo, you’ll be impressed with its classic barn look with stone accent walls and wooden columns. Its elongated facade made it appear more grand in span and simple in design. Meanwhile, this unit’s interior is pretty straightforward. A 2-story heated living room is adjacent to the formal kitchen and dining, reserving a spacious floor for comfortable sofas. Your dining area has a coffee and snack bar to complete your meal.
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Beyond this area is a hallway that takes you to the master suite with airy sleeping space, a fancy en-suite bath, and a walk-in wardrobe. Next to this room is the mudroom with laundry access and a provisioned room to give you more space if needed.
There are more sleeping rooms upstairs, two of which have private bathrooms, while one at the end of the hall has access to the loft’s common bath. The loft has an ample floor for some entertainment setup, and its open-to-below view is perfect for drop light fixtures or art displays.
Giving the garage side a glimpse, you’ll notice a large floor area ready to cater to your RV-sized automobiles. The primary 10 by 12 ft. bays make your steering easy and hassle-free, whether driving a tall or bulky vehicle. Two more garage bays are available for tractors or other outdoor equipment.
To wrap it up, this home has a total of 2,937 sq. ft. floor with four bedrooms and a practical expansion for your future renovation. The extensive garage is a plus, allowing workshop expansions. If you think this plan excites you to live in it, then what’s stopping you from getting it? Talk to your family and check your property conditions now, perhaps this is your next home sweet home!
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.