This stunning farmhouse/barndominium features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a huge laundry room, and an open concept design with a split bedroom layout – all within 2,460 square feet. The kitchen includes an island with a counter-high snack bar, lots of cabinets for storage, and a unique "grain silo" pantry in the corner. In the Great Room, a gas fireplace stands surrounded by custom built-in cabinets, providing extra storage. The Great Room/Kitchen ceilings are vaulted to 14’ and showcase exposed wood beams capturing the rustic, country style. The Main Bedroom includes double closets plus a luxurious private bathroom with dual sinks, and a freestanding bathtub near the oversized, open shower. An optional shower layout is included for those that would prefer more privacy. An oversized garage is connected to the house and contains 2 parking spaces plus a workshop or storage area.
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5 Copy and PDF Set
5 printed plan sets mailed to you plus PDF plan sets are best for fast electronic delivery and inexpensive local printing.
A concrete slab that covers the ground with no anchoring, it simply floats. Typical for garages and workshop plans.
A single concrete pour with thicker portions that replace footers under load bearing walls and all perimeter edges.
Ideal for semi-sloped or level lot, home can be built off of grade, typically 18” - 48”.
Ideal for level lot, lower level of home partially or fully underground.
Walk Out Basement
Ideal for a sloping lot, lower level with outdoor access.
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Wood 2x6 Exterior Walls
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Additional Construction Sets
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Additional Use License
Allows you to build one more home for each additional license purchased.
Audio Video Design
Receive an overlay sheet with suggested placement of audio and video components.
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