The foundation of this tiny house is reminiscent of a barn. Specifically, it’s a barn house designed by the Amish and sold by Amish Buildings. The “Hi-Loft Porch Barn” style best describes this structure. These tiny homes, and other non-traditional architectural designs, are attracting a lot of attention. The price may be an issue for some, while others may prefer a more authentic appearance.
A barn home can serve as a barn, storage, a guest house, or even be shipped out and sold as a house to someone else. Who is to say that you can’t construct a second unit onto the building, or install a bathroom, a sink, and a refrigerator, at a later date?
Miller Hi-Loft Porch Barns are constructed using the same high-quality materials as standard Miller Hi-Loft Barns, but with a porch that is 8 feet wide running down one side. Complete with loft and access stairway. The stairway and landing of the Hi-loft Porch Barns, which are 16 feet wide, are curved. High-pitched porch barns with a width of 24 feet can also be obtained.
Designed and built by Miller’s Storage Barns.