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Southern Utah Barndominium by Chelsey Burner

Chelsey Burner’s 2800 square-foot Utah barndominium offers all the charm and is the perfect combination of garage and living space to make this barndo one to remember. With the mountains of Zion National Park in the distance, the house has the perfect scenic backdrop.

The exterior of this home boasts a variety of neutrals which melt into the mountainous landscape. The stone skirt paired with the corrugated metal, and the stone-wrapped wood beams are particularly special elements to this exterior. With a view like this, who is ready to move to Utah?

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Kitchen

The layout of this kitchen allows for double ovens, plenty of cabinet space, and a large island which seats four. There is great contrast between the light colored floors and countertops and the rich wood cabinets. We love the details of this kitchen: the pop of color on the vent hood and pantry door, the large copper farmhouse sink, and the double thick, chipped edge granite countertops.

Living Spaces

Off the kitchen is the main living space for the home; however, this Utah barndominium has a variety of functional living spaces including a game room and a movie room. The mixture of industrial elements with the exposed ductwork and metal scissor trusses in the game room is a droolworthy feature. The movie room escape is a thoughtful addition to this home.

Master Suite

Enter into the master suite of your dreams. Cozy and simple, this master bedroom features a tray ceiling, barn door and wood accents on the ceiling and wall. There is a roomy master walk-in closet with custom built-ins to accommodate all storage needs. Room for a small office space is also available along one wall of the closet.

The chipped edge granite countertops continue into the master bathroom, next to a large corner soaker tub, and a massive tiled walk-in shower. The double shower head and custom pebble floor give a high end touch.

Bedrooms

In total, this barn offers 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms all in its 2800 square feet. Upstairs, two bedrooms are suites, each with their own bathrooms. Exposed ductwork, high ceilings, and wood accents give these bedrooms each their own special vibe.

With so many dedicated spaces in this home, it is amazing how all of this can fit into 2800 square feet. Careful floor planing and design contribute to this Utah barndominium’s flow and use of space.

Garage

2400 square feet of garage heaven! There are endless storage possibilities in this space which makes this one of the home’s greatest features. This area can fit up to 8 cars or an RV up to 60 feet in length and comes equipped with pull-through RV doors. Varying garage door lengths and heights allow for use of many different cars and machines to suit whatever your hobby or work may require.

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