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If you’re building a country home, the bigger the better. That’s true whether you’re looking for a sprawling family home, a multi-family home, or a multi-generational home.

If you have the space, it makes sense to go as big as you can – especially when you’re building a barndominium, where building bigger often means you pay less per square foot of space.

There’s no reason not to go big – and that means more bedrooms, more living space, more storage, more everything.

Your floor plan is the first place to start. These 7-bedroom barndominium floor plans represent some of the best options we have. They also represent different ways to lay out your large family home, giving you insight into how your final home can look.

This article includes our top 10 best 7-bedroom barndo plans.

Name (Plan Code)BedroomsBathroomsGarage Space
The Mia Plan (MI2317-A)75.5NA
The Jardine Plan (JA2327-A)75.5980 sq. ft.
The Addison Plan (AD2337-A)73.5NA
The Solebay Plan (SO2347-A)741,250 sq. ft.
The Rayhan Plan (RA2357-A)75.5894 sq. ft.
The Greenwood Plan (GR2367-A)75.5NA
The Fairclough Plan (FA2377-A)75.5NA
The Hermon Plan (HE2387-A)75.5956 sq. ft.
The Lindfield Plan (LI2397-A)74.5972 sq. ft.
The Amhurst Plan (AM2407-A)74.5816 sq. ft.

*Note: Floor plans are ranked in no particular order

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1. The Mia Plan (MI2317-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 5,640 square feet heated living space
  • 5.5 bathrooms
  • 80’ x 75’
  • 640 sq. ft. porch/patio space

This sprawling 7-bedroom barndo plan is set up to be as versatile as possible.

In fact, with a master bedroom, three bedrooms with an ensuite bath, and another three bedrooms sharing common baths, it has plenty of space for multi-generational and multi-family living setups.

You also get space and privacy for the whole family, even as family members grow up and need more space. That includes a total of 5.5 bathrooms plus built-in closets in every bedroom.

The home also features all of the standard elements of a barndo. That means you get a big front porch and patio, for 640 square feet of total outdoor living space.

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You also get an open concept living area complete with kitchen, living area, and dining room. A separate laundry and utility room mean you can keep mess out of the central space.

Plus, you get a bonus room perfect for converting into an office or even a library depending on what you’re doing with the home. The home also adds on a pantry, built-in storage, and other amenities, so everything is thought of.

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2. The Jardine Plan (JA2327-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 3,502 sq. ft. heated living space
  • 5.5 bathrooms
  • 1,280 sq. ft. porch/patio
  • 980 sq. ft. 3-car garage
  • 80’ x 40’
  • 2-story home

This two-story 7-bed barndominium floorplan offers a spacious family home complete with storage, a car garage, workshop, and more.

Plus, with dual ensuite bedrooms on the ground floor, it’s ideal for multi-generational and multi-family living, as you’ll have plenty of privacy and comfort for everyone.

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The home also features 1,280 square feet of outdoor living with a covered porch and patio.

You also get a 3-car garage with plenty of space for workshops and hobbies. The garage also opens to the top of the home, meaning you’ll have plenty of height and space for RVs and other larger vehicles.

The living area is an open concept floor plan, complete with kitchen, dining, and attached pantry. It’s open to the roof, for a stunning vaulted ceiling.

A half bath for guests means you’ll have privacy everywhere in the home. You also get a big mudroom and laundry room.

Upstairs, the home offers five more bedrooms. Four are paired with jack and jill baths. The fifth shares the bath in the hall. Plus, every room features a spacious closet for added storage.

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3. The Addison Plan (AD2337-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 3,360 sq. ft. heated living space
  • 3.5 bathrooms
  • 1,071 sq. ft. porch
  • 61’ x 60’

This relatively modest 7-bedroom barndo floor plan offers a compact take on the big family home. With 3,360 square feet of heated living space, it’s comparatively small for the number of bedrooms.

On the other hand, you get a big open concept living area with no walls to make the space smaller. You also get over 1,000 square feet of porch, so the family can move outdoors whenever the weather is good.

The result is a modest and cost-effective home plan that still affords everyone in the family plenty of living space and privacy.

The master bedroom features a large walk-in closet and ensuite bath. You also get four bedrooms sharing the central bathroom and half bath with the living area. The other two bedrooms split a jack and jill bath.

Every bedroom, of course, has its own closets built-in. Plus, a bonus room makes a perfect office, study, or even an additional bedroom just in case.

The open concept living area features a kitchen and dining area, an entrance to the wraparound porch, and an attached 60 square feet of pantry. There’s also a laundry and utility room, as well as a mud room.

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4. The Solebay Plan (SO2347-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 4,360 sq. ft. heated living space
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 3-car garage/1,250 sq. ft. garage space
  • 1,760 sq. ft. porch space
  • 107’ x 51’

This sprawling 7 bed barndo floor plan offers everything you need for a big family or country home, plus garage space.

That makes it a great way to plan for the future or multigenerational/multi-family living, while ensuring you don’t spend extra on a separate building for the garage.

In fact, with 5,000 square feet under the roof plus a front porch and patio, this barndo plan has it all.

The home also offers a mix of a spacious central living area and private bedrooms. Here, you get a single ensuite bedroom with a master bath and closet. The other bedrooms share central bathrooms, allowing you to cut down on total costs.

In addition, you get a separate family room, which functions as a large hallway, splitting 5 of the bedrooms off into a private area. These share two bathrooms and each feature their own built-in closets.

You also get built-in storage everywhere, with a pantry, closets, linen closets, and laundry room. The home also features a 3-car garage, big enough for adding a large workshop on either side of the garage.

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5. The Rayhan Plan (RA2357-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 5,494 sq. ft. heated living area
  • 5.5 bathrooms
  • 3-car garage/894 sq. ft. garage space
  • 960 sq. ft. porch space
  • 2-story
  • 56’ x 90’
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This spacious 7-bedroom barndominium floor plan offers two stories of the family home complete with 5.5 baths, a large garage, and plenty of storage for the whole family.

Downstairs, you get a 3-car garage with a vaulted ceiling open to the top floor. It also has a large corner area available for a workshop. You also get a master bedroom with a walk-in closet and a big master bathroom.

A big open concept floor plan features a living area, dining area, and kitchen. The vaulted ceiling opens to the roof, offering an impressive amount of space and grandeur.

Plus, with windows opening to the front porch, you’ll get a great view of everything going on. The downstairs also features a pantry, laundry room, and plenty of built-in storage.

Upstairs, you get three ensuite bedrooms with private baths. You also get an additional bedroom that shares the common bath.

Plus, a small office space means you’ll have a private area, which can also be converted into storage if you don’t need an office or study.

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6. The Greenwood Plan (GR2367-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 6,221 sq. ft. heated living space
  • 5.5 bathrooms
  • 408 sq. ft. porch
  • 2-story
  • 48’ x 80’

This massive 7-bedroom barndo plan features a stunning 6,221 square feet of heated living space across two stories. The home itself is ideal for a large family, guests, or for multi-generational and multi-family living.

It also features a massive open concept living area, with a living room with a vaulted ceiling, kitchen, dining area, and more all in one space. That means you can entertain, socialize, and cook together as a family – with plenty of storage built into the space so you can keep your home tidy.

Downstairs, you get two bedrooms sharing a private bath. You also get 435 square feet of master bedroom plus walk-in closet and master bath.

Upstairs, you get four more bedrooms, two of which feature ensuite bathrooms. All four offer a built-in closet. The upstairs also features a large family area, which you can use as a second living area for multi-family living.

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7. The Fairclough Plan (FA2377-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 4,718 sq. ft. heated living area
  • 5.5 bathrooms
  • 480 sq. ft. porch
  • 60’ x 40’
  • 2-story

This 7 bed barndominium plan offers a spacious family area with a dual master suite, 5 family bedrooms upstairs, and dual living areas.

That makes it ideal for multi-generational and multi-family living, as you’ll have plenty of space to offer everyone the privacy they need.

In addition, with a big open concept living area downstairs, you’ll have plenty of room no matter how big the family gets.

Downstairs you get a big covered front porch opening into the living area and the mudroom. That opens into a laundry area.

The master bedroom is 272 square feet plus a large master closet and master bath. The second bedroom is also big enough to function as a second master suite, with 255 square feet of space plus a private bath and a 35-square-foot closet.

The open floor plan leads to upstairs, where you get a second large living area, two sets of jack-and-jill bedrooms and baths, and a separate bedroom. Everything includes built-in closets, plus a pantry, storage area, and other amenities.

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8. The Hermon Plan (HE2387-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 3,657 sq. ft. heated living area
  • 5.5 bathrooms
  • 898 sq. ft. porch/patio
  • 2-car garage/956 sq. ft. space
  • 2-story

This spacious 7-bedroom barndo floor plan features a family living space, a garage connected via a breezeway or covered walkway, and a massive communal space for living, socializing, and dining.

At 3,657 square feet of heated living space, it is on the small side of a 7-bedroom floor plan. However, the added separate garage means you won’t have to take up any of that space with storage.

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Here, you get a 2-car garage with plenty of room in the back for a workshop or hobby area. You also get a small laundry and mud room, opening onto the back patio.

The master bedroom features a large master bath and master closet. You also get a second downstairs bedroom, complete with an ensuite bath and large closet. Downstairs also features the living area with a vaulted ceiling, a pantry, and a half bath for guests.

Upstairs, the entire space is dedicated to family. You get two sets of jack-and-jill bedrooms with connected baths. The other two bedrooms are larger but share the hallway bath.

You also get closets and additional storage upstairs, as well as an open space overlooking the living area below.

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9. The Lindfield Plan (LI2397-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 4,664 sq. ft. heated living area
  • 4.5 bathrooms
  • 1,130 sq. ft. porch/patio
  • 2-car garage/972 sq. ft.
  • 120’ x 74’

This large 7-bedroom barndo floor plan offers a large, single-story living space, perfect for a big family or for multigenerational living. The ground floor also includes a master suite with a private bath and a large walk-in closet.

However, you also get two additional ensuite bathrooms, both of which are large enough to be bedrooms for adults and couples. The other four bedrooms share the common baths, but still feature large built-in closets.

The space also features a central living area with a vaulted ceiling, a built-in pantry, and a corner kitchen. The wraparound porch also means you get plenty of outdoor living space, including a private entrance to the master bedroom.

The home also features a garage accessible via a breezeway, with space for two cars and a workshop. Plus, with storage like a pantry, laundry room, linen closets, and more, this home is planned around usability.

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10. The Amhurst Plan (AM2407-A)

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  • 7 bedrooms
  • 3,958 sq. ft. heated living space
  • 4.5 bathrooms
  • 2-car garage/816 sq. ft. of space
  • 48’ x 90’
  • 2-story

This 2-story 7 bed barndo plan offers a spacious family home, multi-generational home, or country home. The home also features an integrated garage, a large wraparound porch, and thought put into privacy and quiet for the whole family.

The open concept living area opens into a partially closed-off kitchen and dining area. You also get a built-in pantry and storage for the kitchen. The almost 1,000 square feet of living area also features a vaulted ceiling, so it looks even bigger.

Downstairs, you get three bedrooms. These include the master bedroom with a master bathroom and walk-in closet. The other two bedrooms share a bath.

A two-car garage is deep enough to allow for a workshop in the back. And, you get a half bath and a laundry room.

Upstairs, the entire space is dedicated to family and a private area. That includes four bedrooms which share two bathrooms.

You also get a big family area, ideal for a second living room or a playroom. Every bedroom also has built-in closets.

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FAQs

How much would it cost to build a 5000 sq ft barndominium? ›

Average cost to build a barndominium
Square feetAverage cost to build*
3,000$195,000 – $480,000
3,500$227,500 – $560,000
4,000$260,000 – $640,000
5,000$325,000 – $800,000
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What is the downside to a barndominium? ›

Pros of barndominiums include a cheaper cost, fully customizable space, and lower maintenance. They're also highly durable with lots of extra room and are a more eco-friendly housing option. Meanwhile, cons include higher upfront costs, difficulties finding financing, and not all cities allow them.

How big of a barndominium can I build for 100k? ›

Maximizing open communal areas and minimizing hallway footage amplifies perceived space too. With pragmatic design selections, $100k gives hope for wonderfully livable 900-1,000 sq ft barndos in rural regions.

What is the most cost-effective barndominium size? ›

Generally the most cost-effective barndominium size falls between 1,500-2,500 square feet. The Average size Barndominium in the US falls around 2500sqft as well.

How much does it cost to build a 2000 sq ft barndominium in Texas? ›

This equates to anywhere from $130,000 to $320,000 on average to build a barndominium that is 2,000 square feet. You may be wondering why the range of building a barndominium can vary so drastically.

Is it cheaper to build a house or barndominium? ›

The most common estimate asserts that a new barndominium with basic amenities will cost about $30 to $40 per square foot to build, compared to the cost of building a traditional home is around $100 to $200 per square foot.

What do I wish I knew before building a barndominium? ›

Here are the most important things to know about building a barndominium.
  • Obtain a permit for your project. Photo by Bridger Steel, Inc. ...
  • Test the paint. Photo by Justin Doyle Homes. ...
  • Prepare for surprise costs. ...
  • Plan for electrical work. ...
  • Choose your windows and doors wisely. ...
  • Add insulation—it's important.
Mar 14, 2022

Why can't you finance a barndominium? ›

Many USDA lenders are unfamiliar with these structures and may be reluctant to finance their purchase. Borrowers may also experience added difficulty when seeking a USDA construction loan to build a new barndominium, as some USDA lenders, including Neighbors Bank, do not offer this loan type.

Is it hard to insure a barndominium? ›

Insurance can be complicated for barndominium homes. According to Barndominium.org, not all insurers cover barndos, especially if they're mixed-use instead of residential only, and those that do might have barndo-specific policies.

How big is a 40x60 barndominium? ›

40x60 (2400 square foot)

How long does it take to build a barndominium from scratch? ›

Most builders provide a ballpark estimate of 6 months for building a barndominium from the ground up. However, this is an average, and it tends to be an extremely fickle estimate, as every project can/will have a variety of factors that add extra time – or allow for shortcuts.

Can any floor plan be a barndominium? ›

You can easily find a barndominium in all kinds of size categories. You can easily come across 30×20 feet, 40×30 feet, 40×60 feet, 50×75 feet and 80×100 feet floor plans. These options definitely aren't where things stop, either. With Barndos, the sky is the limit.

Is it cheaper to build a 1 or 2 story barndominium? ›

Obviously, a single Story home is Going to Cost Less to build, it has a smaller overall footprint and uses fewer materials. This choice significantly impacts the overall design, functionality, and, most crucially, the cost of the project.

Are barndominiums safe in a tornado? ›

Constructed with metal, a barndo offers superior protection from severe weather. The steel structure of a steel barndominium has a higher wind resistance than a conventional wood frame home. While the metal integrity of your home can endure a tornado, the windows and doors may not.

What makes a barndominium cheaper to build? ›

Barndominiums have a quality that often makes them very customizable, which is that typical barndominiums are often constructed from a metal building. Metal structures are usually less expensive to construct than traditional buildings, which is one reason why they are used so much in commercial construction.

What's the cheapest you can build a barndominium? ›

In general, building a barndominium will cost about $62-$136 per square foot.

How much do most barndominiums cost to build? ›

A barndominium typical costs between $112,800 and $540,000 to build, with homeowners across the country paying a national average cost of $265,000.

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