We’re back with still MORE of the best two story barndominium floor plans on the planet.
We mentioned in the first article how hard it is to actually
do a successful search for 2-story barndominium floor plans on Google or anywhere else and
find anything remotely resembling a link to the actual designers.
We hope then that you’ll be pleased with what we’ve turned up.
Attribution is easy this time because all five are from the same excellent floor plan designers. Here they are, from HousePlans.com’s popular Barn Home Series.
Plan 124-901 from $1110.00
2291 sq ft
Wide barn doors fronting this country-style home can slide together and be latched closed to cover the great room’s wall of windows.
Light washes into the great room on three sides, and its vaulted ceiling also shelters the dining area, which is open to the kitchen. The spacious owners’ suite boasts a private patio with room for a hot tub. 3BR 3BA, 2291 sq ft.
The design of this 3 bedroom 2.5 bath farmhouse style floor plan is reminiscent of a dairy barn and employs traditional elements interpreted in a modern way.
Details such as the board-and-batten siding and a recessed, sheltered entry, add charm and utility. A generous veranda/lanai wraps around the great room to allow for easy indoor-outdoor living.
Plan 450-2 from $1400.00
1157 sq ft
An efficient modern agrarian home suitable for a weekend house, secondary structure, or vacation home. Large barn doors open the living space to the site, for a unique outdoor living experience. The long, narrow aspect ratio is designed for best energy performance in summer and winter and works well on a small or narrow lot.
A thermal chimney serves both for daylighting of the upper loft and as a passive cooling device for the whole house in warm weather. The upper balcony awning can support a 1.08 KW solar photovoltaic system in addition to shading the structure below.
The house’s 2×6 exterior framing makes it an ideal candidate either for advanced framing a proven stick framing system that reduces lumber and increases insulation for better energy performance or structural insulated panels (SIPs).
Plan 81-736 from $1000.00
2400 sq ft
This incredibly spacious 3 bedroom 2.5 bath verandah barn home has a lot going on. With 10-foot ceilings (9-foot on the second floor) it is reminiscent of farmhouses of old, complete with a sprawling covered wraparound porch (on the back, (it’s screened in for lazy summer evenings.)
There are picturesque sitting rooms on the top floor and a 2-car garage with workshop and boat storage beneath the home. A light and airy island kitchen with adjacent breakfast nook and sunroom round out this farmhouse floor plan.
Plan 72-369 from $1029.00
3465 sq ft
43′ 4″ wide
65′ 4″ deep
Here’s the largest of the five on this page. A classic barn style 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath with a bonus third floor. On the first floor is a formal living and dining room, a country kitchen and a separate library.
On the second floor, there are three spacious bedrooms, including the master bedroom, which features his and her closets and a luxurious bath area with whirlpool tub.
Then up in the 700+ sq ft third floor, there’s space for a writer’s nook, a yoga studio, a sewing room or just a quiet retreat with comfy rocker and a good book up amongst the rafters. And as a bonus, a 17×11 guest room with its own full bath.
Build it for yourself or turn it into a prosperous Bed & Breakfast on your secluded property out far away from the hustle of the big metropolis.
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