Barndominium Style Design With Over 3,000 SQ FT Shop / GarageFamily Home Plans
Barndominium Style Design 41850 is a great example of the popular Barndo Style Home. Instead of metal frame however, this one calls for 2×4 walls. As a result, you have a barndominium look with traditional construction. Not only does the style set this home apart, but the vast size of the garage does as well. The garage is officially 4 bays, but you could fit more vehicles in the center if you want. Each smaller door is 10′ wide by 8′ tall, and RV doors are 14′ wide by 14′ tall. Overall, the house measures 114′ wide by 60′ deep and has 1,896 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Barndominium Style Design and Big Covered Porches
Barndominium Style Design 41850 is full of features everyone wants in a modern farmhouse. Firstly, when you build on a good-sized piece of land, it’s expected that you will have a big porch. This design offers a front covered porch and a rear covered patio. The front measures 33′ wide by 8′ deep. Thick porch columns with stone bases really dress up the entry area. Around back, the covered patio outdoes the front because it measures 60′ wide by 12′ deep. You will be the most popular person in your family next 4th of July. Get the biggest grill you can buy.
Secondly, you bought this house for the shop, correct? Now you can house the tractor or the 4-wheelers you always wanted. On the other hand, the car guy in the family might park a classic car in this garage. Now he can work on it whenever he wants—and all of his supplies are right at hand because the shop space is so large. Best of all, you have drive-through parking for your RV! Thirdly, the living space is open because no one wants to feel claustrophobic. If you like wide open spaces, it’s only natural that you would enjoy the openness among your kitchen, dining room, and living room.
3 Bedrooms on One Level
Not a fan of stairs? No problem because Barndominium Style Design 41850 is a one-story barndominium style plan. Although it’s one story, it’s also a split floor plan. That means that Mom and Dad’s bedroom is on the opposite side of the house from the kids. The master bedroom has a good-sized bathroom with linen closet, double sink, walk-in shower, and attached walk-in closet. The pocket door bathroom entrance and the angled wall on the closet helps to save space.
Moving over to the children’s bedrooms, bedroom 2 has lots of closet space. The kids share the full bathroom off the hallway, and they have close access to the laundry room. Homeowners will appreciate the convenience of the counter space in the laundry room because it helps with folding clothes. Lastly in this part of the home, we find a cozy little den. Relax here or turn it into a home office. The choice is yours! Click here to see the specifications and pricing at Family Home Plans, and save this plan by pinning the brochure below on Pinterest.