Don’t settle for more space that lacks the adaptability and utility that a garage apartment provides. If you want a garage layout with car storage and living quarters, this 1,096 sq. ft. apartment can be for you. This barndominium-style garage can accommodate up to six vehicles.
This typical carriage house plan features a huge garage on the lowest level, equipped with 3 12′ x 8′ ceiling garage doors and a separate storage area. The rear half of the garage has a towering vaulted ceiling, offering an open and breezy area for automobiles, lawn equipment, or a workspace. It avoids unattractive angles that take up crucial floor space.
There are two overhead doors opposite each other to help with parking. The plan is flexible enough to change the real purpose of the plan and adapt it to match one’s own needs. There are other low-cost options, such as an at-home gymnasium, a child’s game room, and a personal movie theater. A washroom is a tiny detail but it is useful to reduce inconvenience for people working in the garage.
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A long flight of stairs takes you up to the living quarter’s area. The deck is wide and long, helping to create an informal area. Once the sliding windows are opened, the entire deck would come to life and blend with the great room. It increases the living space and is best for gathering and barbeque nights.
The deck also can be decorated with plants and creepers to have a supply of fresh oxygen in the house. The floor plan contains an open floor plan idea in which the living space, kitchenette, and dining area are all combined. Two bedrooms are provided with a common bathroom and laundry area in between.
The features mentioned in this drawing are great. We believe that this design concept fits all of the parameters for a new house. We strongly advise you to customize your choices to your particular requirements.
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.