Located on his personal hunting property, Andy Stachler presents this exceptional dark brown barndominium.
This impressive property includes a massive 50’ x 50’ garage/shop with two car-sized entries and two larger tractor-sized entries with 16’ x 16’ doors.
As a concrete contractor, Andy saved costs by utilizing professionals he regularly collaborates with.
The design emphasizes the garage space, incorporating outdoor living areas, including an outdoor kitchen.
The interior features more living spaces with a great room and two more bedrooms above the garage.
The pictures below showcase the impressive exterior, as well as some interior photos with unique ceiling features and more.
The exterior of Andy’s barndominium is a dark brown LP Smart Lap siding, a particle board material, combined with versatile wainscoting using a veneer stone product called Versetta Stone.
The installation of the stone product was executed seamlessly, fastened with galvanized nails that remain hidden beneath the next piece.
Adding character and style, cupolas and wood trusses enhance the visual appeal of the structure.
The exterior also boasts black windows and trim, patio columns crafted from a blend of stone and siding, and a slab-on-grade foundation.
An elevated patio and stairs at the rear provide access from the upper-level great room to the outdoors.
The landscaping features a rock arrangement comprising various stone tones, intentionally minimizing the use of bushes for reduced maintenance.
This rock design not only contributes to the aesthetic appeal but also offers a low-maintenance landscaping solution, providing an alternative to traditional shrubbery.
Completing the space is an inviting outdoor kitchen, ensuring ample seating and a functional outdoor living area for relaxation and entertainment.
This spacious porch is paved with pavers rather than stamped concrete.
The following pictures show some of the interior space and unique details.
The open living space showcases a combination of design elements, including decorative ceiling pieces resembling trusses, wooden planks adorning the ceiling, recessed lighting, and ceiling fans, all complemented by the wall paint in Origami White by Sherman Williams.
Additionally, the kitchen features a dishwasher mounted higher off the floor and an eye-catching wallpapered accent wall behind the sink, adding a touch of personality to the space.
This photo illustrates wooden planks arranged in an eye-catching design on the ceiling.
The first-floor bedroom boasts a rustic wooden bed frame, offering a charming and natural aesthetic.
It features double doors, providing direct access to the adjacent patio area, creating a seamless indoor-outdoor connection.
Andy Stachler’s brown barndo sits on his personal hunting property.
The substantial 50’ x 50’ garage/shop stands out with its massive size and ability to accommodate standard vehicles and large-sized equipment.
Being a concrete contractor, Andy wisely utilized his professional connections during the construction, effectively managing costs and ensuring quality workmanship.
The property also offers expansive outdoor living spaces, including an outdoor kitchen.
Inside, the layout includes a spacious great room and two additional bedrooms above the garage with access to an upper-level patio.
The floor plans underwent minor adjustments during the building process, demonstrating thoughtful customization to suit specific preferences.
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