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Why Build A Barndominium?
If you’re looking for a rustic yet stylish home, these barndominium floor plans might be right for you. These homes are becoming increasingly popular, as they offer all the amenities of a traditional home with a unique twist. Here are some reasons why you should consider building a barndominium:
First and foremost, barndominiums are incredibly unique. If you’re tired of cookie-cutter homes, a barndominium will definitely stand out from the rest. They also have a lot of character and charm – perfect for anyone who wants their home to reflect their personality.
Another great reason to build a barndominium is that they’re very versatile. They can be used as both residential and commercial spaces, so if you ever decide to open your own business, your barndominium can easily accommodate it.
12 Hottest Barndominium Floor Plans To Build Now
1. Barndominium with Wraparound Porch
3 bd – 2 ba – 2039 sqft
French doors open into a combined great room, kitchen and dining area which features everyone’s favorite amenities: a fireplace, Cathedral ceiling, kitchen island, and coffee bar.
2. Modern Farmhouse Barndominium
4 bd – 3.5 ba – 3205 sqft
The exterior of this Barndominium embraces the Modern Farmhouse aesthetic by incorporating board and batten siding, wood beams, a metal roof, and wood garage doors.
3. Barndominium w/ 2-Story Living Room
3 bd – 2.5 ba – 2311 sqft
A wraparound porch surrounds the living room, which opens to the eat-in kitchen; a dream layout for entertaining.
4. 3-Bedroom Modern Farmhouse Plan
3 bd – 2.5 ba – 2486 sqft
This home is designed to accommodate a “bolt-up” metal building technology. The advantage of a “bolt-up” metal building is the ability to manufacture the entire frame in the shop and deliver to the site ready to be stood-up fast.
5. Barndominium-style House Plan
3 bd – 2 ba -2810 sqft
This stunning barndominium-style floor plan has a barn-like exterior with board and batten siding, large windows, and barn doors. Just inside the side entry of the home, you’ll find a practical office.
6. Modern Rustic Style Barndominium
4/5 bd – 3.5/4.5 – 3371 sqft
Inside the home, the kitchen is well equipped with a large island with a snack bar and a walk-in pantry. The great room and kitchen share a double-sided fireplace and the great room is open to the loft above.
7. Barndo-style 2-Story Open Floor Plan
3 bd – 2.5 ba – 2948 sqft
Fit for an estate with its grand gables and charming covered porches, inside it continues to impress with cathedral ceilings and a massive kitchen and a spacious main-level master.
8. Barn-Style Garage with Apartment
1 bd – 1 ba – 774 sqft
In the upstairs living area, you will find an efficient open floor plan that includes a u-shaped kitchen with a breakfast bar. Just off the kitchen is a wonderful built-in table with benches in the dining area.
9. Contemporary Dream Barn Home
Up to 5 ba – Up to 5.5 ba – 3859 sqft
An angled 3-car garage with a shed roof and a shed roof over the front porch and dormers are in stark contrast to the curved metal-clad feature that holds the stairs inside.See This Floor Plan
10. Modern Barndominium House Plan
2 bd – 2.5 ba – 3118 sqft
The foyer is flanked by two 3-car garages, on the right side is a heated gallery garage (692 square feet, included in the total living area) with interior windows so you can gaze at your high-end automobile collection.
11. Rustic Ranch With Barn Doors
3 bd – 3 ba – 2291 sqft
Gathering spaces flow together at the core of this plan. Nothing separates the vaulted living room and dining area, where the ceiling soars up from the entry to a central apex, then slopes down toward the wood-burning fireplace.
12. Modern Farmhouse with Two Fireplaces
3 bd – 2.5 – 3362 sqft
The exterior of this barndominium-inspired Modern Farmhouse house plan showcases a beautiful array of windows mixed with board and batten siding and light-colored stone.See This Floor Plan
No matter which of these barndominium floor plans you choose, the important thing is to love your home and remember to enjoy the time you get to spend with family and friends. That is really what the holiday season is all about!
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Which one of these barndominium floor plans do you love the most?