This versatile floor plan with storage spaces is an ideal choice for a rural location. With its simple grid, it provides more space and is economical. The woody texture of the entire house and overhead barn doors adds charm.
The plan is very simple to understand. It is divided into three segments. The first one is the open shed with a sloping roof. It can be used to wash the cars or can be transformed into a relaxation area. Few picnic furniture can do the trick for a conversation with friends and family. It also gives access inside the garage.
This 2-car garage is the second segment where both the sides have gates, creating a driveway. It gives the opportunity to enter/exit from both ends without disturbing the flow. The ceiling height is tall enough to accommodate a tractor, RV, or pickup truck.
While the open shed provides 374 sq ft of shade, the last segment, is for 510 sq ft of non-vehicular storage. It can be utilized for storage, a workspace, or a spare bedroom. They are divided into smaller and larger parts. It helps to organize the space requirements efficiently. Both of them have their own entrance and are connected to the garage too.
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This basic floor layout is an incredible asset to any property for parking RVs and autos. The usefulness, though, isn’t restricted to merely parking vehicles. Depending on its function, it can also hold factories, dance classes, gymnasium, workshops, and so on. The large windows are enough to keep the place well ventilated and fill with lots of sunlight.
This floor design might be a terrific addition to your barn. We advise you to consider the financial advantages and freedom that this plan provides over your other options.
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.