Welcome to this unique and resilient property, where life is crafted around both human and furry family members.
Nestled in the tranquility of nature, this barndominium stands as a testament to meticulous planning and thoughtful construction.
The barndo, not just a structure but a haven, houses Ken S. R.’s cherished dogs, some of whom have special needs.
Concrete floors grace the interior, a practical choice for both durability and ease of maintenance.
Living here is a testament to resilience and hands-on dedication.
The homeowner wears multiple hats, serving as both General Contractor and diligent finishing artisan.
With a keen eye for detail and a heart for his four-legged companions, he has personally overseen every aspect of this unique home.
The exterior, expertly designed and executed, boasts architectural finesse, featuring precisely placed windows and doors that flood the space with natural light.
The building, a robust 40’ x 88’ x 12’ structure with a resilient 4:12 gable, stands tall, a testament to durability, able to weather even the fiercest storms, including tornadoes.
Inside, the residence is a seamless blend of functionality and comfort.
Three bedrooms and 2.5 baths provide ample space for the human occupants, while the laundry room, ingeniously designed as a pass-through to the garage, adds to the home’s practicality.
With 12-foot ceilings amplifying the sense of space, the 2,200 square feet of livable area exudes an inviting ambiance, while an additional 1,300 square feet in the garage caters to various needs.
Beyond the bricks and mortar, this property is a sanctuary of love and care.
As a dog rescue in the making, this place stands as a testament to the compassion and kindness of its owners.
Every corner, every detail, speaks of not just construction expertise but a profound love for family, both human and animal.
Take a closer look at this carefully crafted home below.
Their home welcomes visitors with a grand covered porch, spanning 24 feet in width and 20 feet in depth, and bold red doors.
The support poles, encased in sleek black metal, complement the striking black and white metal siding that graces the exterior.
Topped with a bold black roof, the house stands as a testament to meticulous design.
Elegant cupolas grace its peak, adding a touch of architectural sophistication to this charming abode.
This inviting back space invites them to relax and enjoy the vastness of their property, offering ideal spots for grilling and hanging decorative string lights.
With its front facing east and the back embracing the west, their residence captures the beauty of both sunrise and sunset.
Ken’s barndo boasts exquisite polished concrete floors throughout, expertly finished with a machine-troweled touch.
The ceilings reach a comfortable height of 12 feet, with a dramatic vaulted design soaring to 14 feet at the center of the Great Room.
Ken took pride in his choice of two remote-controlled fans, seamlessly integrated with WiFi, offering both functionality and convenience.
Sleek black interior doors add a touch of modern elegance to the space.
Notably, the design includes a thoughtful touch: An entry closet adorned with shelving and a clever Murphy door, demonstrating attention to both style and practicality.
The kitchen features an island and ample white cabinetry, complemented by stainless steel appliances and a convenient beverage fridge.
The pantry door is to the right of the oven.
They opted for pendant lighting over the sink, allowing a breathtaking view through the window.
They deliberately left space for a future backsplash, showcasing their thoughtful approach to design and functionality.
Ken personally handled the finishing of the plumbing, ensuring an easy installation, including a dedicated line for a bar sink.
In the home, there are 2.5 bathrooms, each designed with accessibility and cohesiveness in mind.
In this bathroom, the 3’ x 6’ shower is complemented by a 12’ x 6’ bathroom space, designed with handicapped accessibility in mind.
The flooring between the shower and toilet is open for easy movement, and a bench in the shower area enhances functionality.
Countertops in the bathrooms are adorned with basin sinks and crafted from butcher block.
They’re sealed with outdoor water-based spar urethane for lasting durability.
The master shower, measuring 4’ x 8’, is adorned with teak wall tiles.
Ken set the drain himself to avoid complications with drainage.
It boasts glass doors, dual shower heads, and a wall-length bench.
The polished floors ensure safety, being intentionally non-slippery.
The master closet seamlessly connects with the master bath, promoting ease of use.
In this unique home, the floor plan was personally crafted, adding a touch of individuality to the space.
Designed with care and creativity, the interior layout reflects Ken’s personal style and preferences.
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