Nestled in the heart of Oklahoma, this remarkable barndominium is a testament to careful planning and resourcefulness.
Breaking ground in the winter of 2020 and moving in by June 2021, the McCage family has created a spacious 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom haven within a 40 x 50 structure, offering 2,000 square feet of living space.
Adorned with inviting 10-foot porches, the home totals an impressive 3,000 square feet.
What sets this home apart is not only its charming design but also the incredible budget-conscious approach. The total cost invested in this home, a mere $137,225.83, reflects the homeowners’ dedication to a do-it-yourself ethos.
They undertook electrical work, interior painting, cabinet finishing, and countless other tasks, proving that with determination and creativity, a dream home can be achieved without breaking the bank.
Salvage yard finds surplus warehouses, and estate sales played a pivotal role in furnishing the interior, showcasing their knack for resourceful design.
Every detail reflects a commitment to a minimalist yet comfortable barndominium lifestyle, from reclaimed doors to carefully curated interior items.
With spray foam insulation enveloping the home and a 4/12 pitch roof using 6″ open cell foam, this barndominium is cost-effective and energy-efficient.
Take an in-depth look at this remarkable achievement in modern barndominium living below.
This exceptional barndominium boasts a resilient galvanized metal roof, ensuring durability and longevity.
The generously sized windows, measuring 3 x 5, flood the interior with natural light, enhancing the overall ambiance.
With an exterior wall height of 10 feet, the home offers a spacious and open feel. To top it all off, the property features expansive 10-foot covered porch areas.
The porch area also extends gracefully to the back, providing ample space for outdoor relaxation and entertainment.
A ceiling fan sourced from Global Industrial graces the living space of this barndominium, ensuring efficient air circulation and temperature control.
With a lofty ceiling peak reaching an impressive 14 feet, this home not only offers spaciousness but also a sense of grandeur that adds to its overall charm and comfort.
The kitchen in this unique barndominium showcases a distinctive design choice – a single open shelf instead of traditional wall-mounted cabinets.
While it may take some adjustment, the homeowner cherishes this unconventional feature, admitting to occasionally reaching for cabinets that aren’t there.
However, the unconventional design provides a refreshing change, and the lower cabinets are all thoughtfully designed as drawers, offering double the storage space.
Over the sink, a striking 6050 white picture window not only illuminates the workspace but also frames picturesque views, enhancing the kitchen’s appeal.
The pantry door of this charming barndominium holds a special story – it was unearthed at a junk store, a diamond in the rough, and underwent a remarkable transformation, a testament to the owner’s restoration skills and vision.
Inside the pantry, a clever addition includes a discreetly placed microwave, optimizing kitchen space and functionality.
The bathrooms in this barndominium are adorned with circular mirrors, each a stylish find from the Bed Bath & Beyond clearance section, proving that budget-conscious choices can still be chic and trendy.
The shiplap walls are painted in Sherwin Williams Peppercorn, creating a striking contrast and adding a touch of sophistication.
In the tiled shower area, a generously sized 4×5 doorway adds to the sense of spaciousness and accessibility.
The second bathroom in this barndominium showcases simple tile work on the flooring.
It features a practical full shower-tub combination, providing versatility for bathing preferences.
The vanity is equipped with a single sink, offering functionality and a clean, uncluttered appearance.
The laundry room in this barndominium is a spacious 16 x 9 area, providing ample room for laundry tasks and storage.
It features a convenient exit door, allowing easy access to the outdoors, making it practical for chores and activities that require venturing outside.
You can also follow the McCage’s journey on Instagram @okla.modernbarndo.
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