This fire engine red metal building might not be what you typically expect from a metal home. Many people think about having a house out on a farm, and some of us already live out on farms and ranches or large pieces of land, and barn houses and metal homes both are seeing something of a surge of interest lately. Metal homes as an alternative building method that allows for inexpensive, strong and durable buildings that can also be reused, recycled or modified later on, and barn homes are a traditional style of building people are liking for their own homes.
Here we have a combination of both. The metal barn home here is designed and built by a company we’ve featured a number of times here on our site: Morton metal buildings — they do a number of different building types. And the job they’ve carried off here is one that I think will catch a lot of attention: a traditional rustic-style farm house, both simple and large enough to furnish with all the homey features needed in the countryside.
There’s also a firepit near the house so these metal home owners can sit out with their family or friends and enjoy the evening while keeping warm — and maybe eating some hotdogs and marshmallows.
The garage, too, is notable: a good sized that can fit a couple vehicles plus a boat, plus storage rack area for your hobbies and overflow of the stuff you keep at home.
Some more information about this metal building:
Project Number: B070043980
Location: Castle, OK
Dimensions: 42’W x 12’H x 60’L
This hobby building was built for Mike & Liz in Castle, OK
Morton’s Hi-Rib Steel
Windows w/ Shutters
Morton’s Energy Performer Insulation Package
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