Modern Country House Plan With CarportFamily Home Plans
Modern Country House Plan 43934 has 2,679 square feet of living space, 3 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms. All three bedrooms are located on the main level. Add bunks upstairs in the loft to accommodate extended family when they stay over for the holidays. The huge covered porch wraps around two sides of the living space. We love the rustic details like brown wood siding and thick porch columns with stone bases. The cathedral ceiling on the front porch is a welcoming feature, and it ushers you inside through a set of double doors.
Modern Country House Plan Great for Hosting
Modern Country House Plan 43934 is a comfortable design for both family and guests. Firstly, the home is designed with a rectangular floorplan. Land in open living space as soon as you come through the front doors. There is no formal entry, therefore there is no wasted square footage. Your great room has no fireplace, so you can arrange furniture on any wall that you please. The cathedral ceiling serves as a “divider” between great room and kitchen, yet it leaves the space open and airy. Family will gather at the kitchen island for breakfast and then at the adjacent dining space for supper.
Secondly, there is room to expand. Do you like to have extended family over for Thanksgiving? Have you lived in homes in the past that had no sleeping space for extra people? No worries here because the loft upstairs is huge. It measures almost 18′ wide by 34′ deep. Turn it into an elaborate guest suite, or install several comfortable bunk beds. Either way, the loft will fit your out-of-town guests. Thirdly, having guests means that you need to entertain them. For that purpose, keep seasonal gear stored in the abundant attic space upstairs. For example, store sleds here, and they will stay out of the way during the warmer months of the year.
Save Money With a Carport
What’s the advantage of building a carport instead of a garage? Save money on construction by utilizing a carport instead of building a garage. Some homeowners prefer a carport because they live in warm climates. They don’t have to worry about snow, so it’s not necessary to shelter their vehicles from ice. The carport is less expensive to build than a garage. It serves to keep the majority of sun and rain off the vehicles. Plus, the carport is a shaded place to work on your vehicles if necessary. It’s a great budget-friendly solution to your parking needs in the South.
Before we go, let’s take a look at the bedrooms in Modern Country House Plan 43934. In the rear of the floor plan, we find a great master bedroom with huge walk-in closet. The bathroom has a walk-in shower, double sink, linen cabinet, and private water closet. Two more smaller bedrooms each have a standard closet, and all bedrooms have quick access to a large laundry room with utility sink. Click here to see the specifications and pricing at Family Home Plans, and save this home plan by pinning the brochure below on Pinterest.