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2-Story 4-Bedroom Barndominium House With 6-Car Garage / RV Bay (Floor Plan)


  • 4,913 Sq Ft
  • 4 Beds
  • 3.5 Baths
  • 2 Stories
  • 6 Cars

Oh, the humble abode – a term that hardly does justice to the exclusive Barndominium with its swaggering 6-car garage and RV bay.

This isn’t just a house; it’s a declaration of lifestyle, a symphony of space and convenience that could very well be the envy of Jay Leno’s garage meets ‘Fixer Upper’ charm.

Let’s dive into this architectural wonder, a hefty 4,913 square feet of “is this a house or a small kingdom?” that redefines the concept of room to breathe.

Imagine a dwelling that could comfortably fit an elephant, should the need arise. Not that I’m suggesting you house a pachyderm, but in a pinch, you’d be sorted!

The first stop in our magical home tour is the grand entrance, where a lengthy front porch says, “Welcome” with the warmth of a Southern grandma’s hug.

It’s the kind of porch where you can almost hear the future laughter and banter of family gatherings or the quiet whispers of a summer romance.

Step inside and the living room greets you with a two-story ceiling that’s so high, you half expect a friendly neighborhood superhero to drop in for a visit.

Meanwhile, the nearby home office winks at you, a cozy space that assures you can keep an eye on your empire while still in your pajamas. Productivity in comfort – what a concept!

The dining room isn’t just a dining room. It flows seamlessly into the island kitchen, a culinary theater where even the most amateur of chefs can pretend to host their own cooking show.

With workspace to spare and a walk-in pantry that screams “bulk shopping,” you’ll be prepared for an apocalypse or an unexpected visit from the in-laws, whichever comes first.

Upstairs, the Barndominium doesn’t just offer closets; it offers large closets, storage spaces where you can hide Christmas gifts from prying eyes or even create a small Narnia for yourself.

Because who doesn’t want a dedicated storage room to stash the evidence of their online shopping addiction?

Now, let’s talk about the garage – a cathedral for cars, an expanse that doesn’t just house vehicles but venerates them.

With three overhead doors, including one that’s larger for the family RV or boat, it’s like having your own personal showroom.

And because it’s a 3,180 square foot space, you can tinker to your heart’s content, work on that classic car project, or simply admire your shiny wheeled companions with a cup of coffee in hand.

The pièce de résistance of this metal-sided marvel is its exterior finish, spec’d for corrugated metal siding that gives it that chic industrial look.

It’s the sort of aesthetic that says, “I’m not just a building; I’m a statement,” reflecting the sunlight in a way that might just require sunglasses on bright days.

This Barndominium isn’t just a house; it’s a way of life.

With four beds and 3.5 baths spread across two stories, it’s a sanctuary where every day feels like a luxury vacation and every night is a five-star stay.

It’s the house that other houses have posters of in their bedrooms, dreaming of becoming one day.

So, when you pull up to this abode, it’s not just about having a place to rest your head. It’s about having space to live out loud, to grow, to dream, and to park – lots and lots of parking.

Welcome home, my friend, to the Barndominium that’s more than a home – it’s your personal slice of heaven with ample parking.

Plan 135080GRA