This traditional highland home plan features a stunning exterior and an open floor plan. It is made out of wood paneling that blends in with the environment. It creates a stunning aesthetic in the neighborhood.
If you’re still uncertain about barndominiums, our helpful guide can allow you to brush up on your understanding. This barndominium has a timber door with delicate carvings as the main entrance. It takes you inside the foyer where storage space for shoes and a coat hanger closet are provided. The foyer helps to greet guests before welcoming them inside the house. It also acts as a privacy screener.
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After the foyer, the straight open concept floor plan pleases the eyes. There is a dining area and a two-story family room. It brings lots of natural light and ventilation. The vaulted covered terrace at the back is icing on the cake. A space purely designated to chill during holidays. It also helps to increase living space. Now, the kitchen includes a countertop with a flush bar counter and a walk-in pantry that leads to the utility area in the back. It is merged with extra closet space for storage.
The master suite is tucked in a corner for privacy. It’s easy to find and has its own entrance concealed behind a barn door. Relax in the spacious master suite, which has a garden bathtub and a huge closet room with access to the washing area. On the main floor itself, there is another entrance for friends. It has cubby slots and a compact powder room to not disrupt privacy. Opposite it, we have an entrance to the 567 sq. ft. garage which is capable of parking two cars. It has overhead doors. The office space on the right corner is an excellent addition to segregating workspace.
Upstairs, there are other 2 bedrooms. Both of them share the common bathroom in the hallway. They have their own closets for storage. The hallway has a linen closet too. The large shed dormer roof gives the country-style appeal.
So, what do you have to lose? Make a note of this floor plan and save it to your favorites. This floor plan has everything, from being vast to have a homey atmosphere.
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.