Stunning Sunset Barndominum With Green Roof & Floors by HL Custom Homes

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Barndominiums are functional and comfortable homes characterized by ample open spaces that promote conviviality. These homes are also highly versatile.

For instance, if you are not a fan of open-concept living, you could opt for a barndominium with a different interior layout.

A fine example of such a barndo is the Sunset barndominium by HL Custom Homes. This stunning property maintains all traditional barndo elements at the exterior but welcomes you into a traditional home with separate living and functional spaces.

This concept seamlessly blends function with comfort, promoting conviviality while also offering increased privacy. Join us in exploring this stylish barndominium that might become your new favorite home.

Exterior

Respecting the traditional barndominium design, HL Custom Homes imagined the Sunset barndominium as a single-story home with a seemingly utilitarian exterior.

A symmetrical profile from the side reminds us of the true barns used for housing livestock or storing crops and farming equipment.

From the front, the property shows off stunning details. A bright green roof complements the pale yellow of the walls. Matching the roof, the porch metal pillars and the ceiling adds further visual interest.

To top it all, the rustic stone wainscoting adds a mellow touch to the utilitarian metal walls, giving the barndo an inviting, homey feel.

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We particularly like the expansive front porch that invites relaxation. A rear porch further expands your outdoor spaces.

Another enticing detail is the placement of the garage, stretching to the rear and forming an angle with the main building. This layout creates a gorgeous courtyard to the rear, that can become a swimming pool or hot tub area.

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Both porches feature concrete flooring, which is incredibly easy to maintain. To increase comfort while enjoying the outdoors on the hottest days, HL Custom Homes also included ceiling fans in the design of the rear porch.

Interior

Step inside this stunning property and let its coziness and functionality envelop you.

The ample foyer opens to the living room to the front and the dining room to the side, enabling you to accommodate guests at the dinner table while allowing other family members to enjoy alone time in the living area.

Green stained concrete flooring throughout the property and sand-colored walls match the colors of the exterior, creating unity between the two sides of this home.

Dining Room

Upon entering the house, an interior arch to the side opens the foyer to the ample dining room. Two ample windows allow plenty of natural light inside this versatile space, keeping the room bright and breezy.

A rustic pendant light marks the spot where the dining table should go, although both the light and the room’s layout — and even purpose — are easily customizable. The dining area is spacious enough to include additional furniture, such as a credenza, a small wine cellar, or even a wet bar.

Living Room

Straight ahead from the foyer, the living room expands into a generous yet not overwhelming space.

The room’s focal point is undeniably the rustic fireplace. Made of stone that stretches up on the chimney to a hardwood shelf, this element becomes the room’s focal point.

To flank the fireplace are not traditional alcove shelves, but a window on one side and a windowed door on the other, leading to the rear patio.

A vaulted ceiling decorated with a single wooden beam across the highest part adds a vertical dimension to the space. Enhancing comfort in the warmer month is a convenient ceiling fan. The fan also acts as a decorative element, adding a further rustic touch to the interior.

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To the side, the living room merges with the kitchen.

Kitchen

A particularly enticing interior design detail is the circularity of the Sunset’s living spaces. While an open doorway connects the living room to the kitchen, the kitchen also opens up to the dining room from the other side of the foyer.

This space is characterized by a full rustic style, enhanced by hardwood kitchen cabinets and an expansive island taking up almost the entire length of the kitchen.

The expansive space is smartly divided into various functional areas, with the range hood dominating a side of the U-shaped layout.

The opposite side, alongside the island, offers plenty of counter space for cooking and other culinary activities. Both the island and the kitchen units offer plenty of storage space for cookware and other essentials.

Detached from this main area but still close to everything else is the kitchen’s third side comprising additional cabinets and a functional sink placed right under a window. From the sink, you can turn to one side to go into the living room.

Bedrooms and Bathrooms

Divided by the rest of the house by a hallway, the private quarters of the Sunset barndo offer tranquility.

The master bedroom impresses with ample square footage, sufficient for the bed, and a private sitting area. It expands into a generous walk-in closet with plenty of space for her and his stuff.

On the opposite side, the private bathroom includes all imaginable amenities, such as two massive vanities, a soaking tub, and a separate stand-in shower.

A secondary bedroom and a family bathroom complete the barndo’s layout. The bathroom features a smaller albeit double vanity and a shower over the tub for added comfort.

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Garage

The Sunset Barndominium’s design is completed by an ample two-bay garage with workshop space. Large windows and a vaulted ceiling make this space as bright as the rest of the home—the natural light is a nice touch when working in the shop.

An interior door allows quick access inside. It opens in a secondary hallway from where you can easily access the utility room. A second door leads to the rear patio.

Similar to the rest of the house, the garage features stained concrete flooring, albeit in a sand beige color rather than the vibrant green hue adorning the interior.

Final Thoughts

The Sunset Barndominium by HL Custom Homes is a stunning property blending functional design with a traditional living concept.

Particularly enticing is the interior layout, where the main living spaces communicate with each other while maintaining a degree of privacy impossible to find in open-concept homes.

The ample garage and workshop crown the barndo’s design, which is further enhanced by expansive outdoor spaces.

Like this gorgeous barndominium, there are many other barndos and metal homes ready to catch your eye. Whether the Sunset doesn’t meet your needs or you’d like to weigh your options, make sure to visit BarndominiumZONE to dive into our guides and find inspiration in our growing collection.

We also offer barndominium floor plans, access to custom quotes, and information about financing, insurance, and building a barndo in your area. What are you waiting for? Keep browsing to find your perfect home.

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Lisa Young

Lisa Young, writer and construction pro, crafts custom homes. Captivated by barndominiums for four years, she shares insights and advice in engaging articles, empowering readers to create unique living spaces mirroring their aspirations. Join her exciting journey exploring barndominium living.

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