600 sq ft. (28′ length x 16′ width)
$91,800 Cost to build
To call it a barndominium is a bit of a stretch but if you’re looking for an affordable housing option, this model will not disappoint.
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The interior looks bright and spacious. 600 SQ FT will provide a comfortable space for 2 people who are fond of minimalism and simplicity and can even accommodate 2 additional guests downstairs.
A queen-sized master bedroom, a large galley kitchen, a full bathroom with a deep soaking tub, and ample storage space make this small barndominium ready for pleasant long stays.
880 sq ft. (44′ length x 20′ width)
$134,640 Cost to build
This is definitely a stylish barndominium! The Barnhouse Retreat has an incredibly simple but efficient floor plan and design.
The master bedroom features a queen bed and sliding glass doors leading to the wrap-around deck. A second bedroom features a single or bunk XL twin beds, perfect for kids, other family members, or friends.
The spa-like bathroom features a full tub and a huge portal skylight window. The living room is occupying half of the interior providing much space for dinner parties and social activities.
13. Barnhouse Plus
1152 sq ft. (48′ length x 24′ width)
$176,256 Cost to build
Modern floorplans are often overcomplicated but this particular floorplan is a perfect example of elegant simplicity. Its open floorplan provides an uninterrupted flow between the kitchen, dining, and living areas.
Two full-size bathrooms and almost identical bedrooms will make living in this house pleasant and comfortable for a small family of 3 or 4 if you can keep clutter under control.
One bedroom has a sliding glass door that leads directly onto the narrow porch. Perhaps, this one can be called a master bedroom.
140 sq ft. (11′ length x 12’8″ width)
$21,420 Cost to build
Why would one need this washroom? Do you remember that A-frame Bunk Cabin on our list? It didn’t have a bathroom, so this washroom can be a pretty good building companion for it.
How about using it for washing up after mowing the lawn? Or providing an outdoor shower for a cold plunge after using a sauna?
You can also combine it with a toolshed turning it into a perfect man-cave or hobby room. In any case, it looks very cool and definitely worth considering for your yard or vacation property with that A-frame bunk cabin.
102 sq ft. (12′ length x 8’6″ width)
$7,500 Cost to build
Extremely popular in Nordic countries and not so in N. America, saunas are just starting to get some attention. The Den Sauna is a beautiful example of a modern outdoor sauna.
An unusually large window creates an unforgettable experience bringing up nature inside the ultra-modern sauna interior.
Perhaps, you’ll understand why each Finnish family has one and so should you!