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Typical Gambrel Roof 3BHK Country House w/ 2-Car Garage (HQ Plans & 3D Concepts)

The classic façade of this three-bedroom, two-story barndominium floor plan has stonework, timber beams, a metal gambrel roof, and board and batten wood panels. The house’s layout is basic and effective. Every area blends and glides together to retain the visual elements of the ranch-style house. 

On the main floor, the covered porch is supported by columns with a white stone base. Not only the porch aesthetically increases the value of the house, but it also gives space to enjoy beverages during pleasant weather. A perfect buffer zone for strangers too. 

Size Beds Baths Stories Cars
2,025 sq. ft. 3 3 1-2 2
Style: Barndominium

The porch leads into the spacious great room with a high ceiling. A fireplace is neatly tucked on the left side to keep the room at right temperature. With its open layout plan, the places merge flawlessly. The great room gets its grandeur feeling because of the adjacent open dining room and L-shaped kitchen.

The center countertop is an excellent addition for keeping cutleries. A sunroom is designed right next to the dining room with access to the open deck. Planning a barbeque night or a big bash party won’t be a trouble because of it. 

Barndominiums are the country’s newest subject of much interest. If you’re still not sure why it’s have become so trendy, this easy explanation will help you determine why it is an ideal choice for your new dream house. 

Floor Plans

First level floor plan of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House with deck, sun room, great room, dining room, kitchen, and 2 bedrooms.
First level floor plan of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House.
Second level floor plan of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House with a bedroom.
Second level floor plan of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House.

Opposite to great room, there is a bedroom equipped with linen shelves, a closet, and a private bathroom. It consists of a bathtub as well. Far at the end of the plan, a master bedroom is given by keeping in mind about owner’s privacy. It has a fully-fledged luxurious bathroom with a walk-in closet.

The bathroom consists of a grand bathtub, two sinks, a lavatory, and a shower area. Behind the kitchen, there is a laundry area and closet space for coats and outdoor accessories. It also leads to the large 2-car garage with overhead doors. 

The Facade of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House.
The Facade of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House.

Upstairs, we have the last bedroom with french windows. It has its own bathroom consisting of a bathtub, two sinks, a shower area, a lavatory, and a closet space. Overall, both outdoor and indoor layouts are excellent. Spend some time considering it and exploring the benefits and drawbacks with your family.

Size Beds Baths Stories Cars
2,025 sq. ft. 3 3 1-2 2
Style: Barndominium

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.

Real-Life or 3D Concept Examples

Rear view of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House.
Rear view of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House.
First level floor plan of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House with deck, sun room, great room, dining room, kitchen, and 2 bedrooms.
First level floor plan of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House.
Second level floor plan of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House with a bedroom.
Second level floor plan of the Typical Gambrel Roof Country House.

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