This floor plan incorporates a workshop or big workspace that is connected to the garage on the main level. The roughly 365 sq. ft. workplace isn’t a stand-alone construction. It’s connected to the house, making it simple to walk from the living room when needed.
This rectangular floor design includes a sizable garage to park 4 cars and a workshop as well as fully functional residential quarters on the upper story. The shop/garage is great for any creative person or someone who spends a significant amount of time in their garage. The soaring roof adds magnificence, while the top-floor windows provide much-needed light and ventilation. The garage has two 16’x8’ ranch-type doors for hassle-free parking. The workshop has a staircase that takes up to the living quarters. The building is covered with beautiful woodwork paneling. The garage doors are also coated in wood.
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On the second floor, the staircase flight opens up to a living room incorporated with the kitchen and dining room. It has french windows to give a feel of spaciousness and bathes the open floor layout with lots of sunshine. The ceiling varies in height from 7′ in the rear to 11’9″ at the front end. It will shrug off the snow easily during harsh weather. The large kitchenette has a broad island and a sizable storage pantry near the dining area.
The hallway gives access to the rest of the rooms in the apartment. The master bedroom is tucked in the far end and is provided with a walk-in closet. It has access to the bathroom in the hallway from the room itself. Next to it, there is another bedroom with a slide-in closet. The residents can use the washroom tucked in the hallway. There is also a utility area for dishwashers, washing machines,s or refrigerators.
The garage/shop may be converted into a gymnasium, an artist’s workshop, a vehicle exhibition, a play space, or a dancing academy, among other things. This floor plan’s versatility is a key feature.
If it meets all of your needs, this plan might be a good decision. We wish you all the success in your search for a new home! Check out the complete plans to have a better grasp.
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.