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Two-Story 3-Bedroom Barndominium Inspired Country House with Dual Balconies (Floor Plan)


  • 4,072 Sq Ft
  • 3 Beds
  • 2.5 Baths
  • 2 Stories
  • 4 Cars

Ah, the dream of country living!

Imagine a house where you can yell “Echo!” and actually hear one.

That’s the kind of spaciousness we’re talking about with this 4,072 square foot, barndominium-inspired beauty.

It’s not just a house; it’s a statement.

A statement that says, “Yes, I need three bedrooms because I’m popular and have friends,” and “Of course, I need two balconies; one for my morning coffee and the other for… also my morning coffee.”

Walking into this house is an experience in itself.

The foyer is so open and airy; you’ll wonder if you’re indoors or still outside.

But then you see the great room, and it’s like, “Wow, this is definitely indoors, and it’s fabulous.”

This isn’t just a room; it’s a ‘great’ room – great for dance-offs, impromptu yoga sessions, or just sprawling out on the floor wondering why you ever thought city living was a good idea.

The kitchen and breakfast nook are where the magic happens.

The kitchen isn’t just a place to burn toast; it’s a culinary haven.

With high ceilings making you feel like a gourmet chef, even if your specialty is cereal.

The spacious pantry with a wet bar is a game-changer.

Need a midnight snack? You’ve got a pantry that could host its own reality show.

And let’s talk about that breakfast nook. It’s not just a nook; it’s a cranny of happiness.

A place where you can sip your coffee and judge your neighbor’s lawn-mowing skills in peace.

The wrap-around porch is like a hug for your house.

It’s the perfect spot for everything – reading, napping, or starting a neighborhood gossip column.

It’s also a strategic vantage point for squirting water guns at unsuspecting passersby (not that I’d endorse such behavior).

The large mudroom and laundry room are where this house flexes its practical muscles.

It’s the perfect crime scene for rinsing off the evidence of your outdoor adventures.

Mud? What mud? You’ll be so efficient at cleaning up; you might even start enjoying messy hobbies. Pottery, anyone?

Upstairs, the balconies are where this house goes from “Oh, nice” to “Oh, wow!” They overlook the great room and kitchen, offering a bird’s eye view of your kingdom.

And yes, you can line the walls with bookshelves and create your personal library.

Or, you know, use it to store your collection of rare, never-to-be-touched-again exercise equipment. Your house, your rules.

What I love most about this house is it’s like a canvas, but for your life.

The open floor plan, the high ceilings, the balconies – they’re all just waiting for you to splash your personality all over them.

Go wild! Or don’t. It’s your canvas.

In conclusion, this 3-bedroom, barndominium-inspired country house is more than just a place to live.

It’s a place to thrive, to create memories, and to occasionally yell at the TV without your neighbors hearing.

It’s not just a house; it’s your personal slice of heaven, with just the right amount of sass and balconies.

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