Horses are expensive. Even the ones you get for free.
Here are a pair of designs intended to help the equestrian
offset the cost of their chosen life style, and even make some profit.
After all, every dime you have spent on your horses ended up
in somebody else's pocket. Why not put yourself on the
receiving end for a change?
Plan "A" offers a 10 stall barn below with two tack rooms and two grain
rooms. Within each tack room are a Half Bathroom and a
Laundry and a private staircase to an apartment above. There
are two identical 1,450 sq.ft. apartments above.
Each features two bedrooms, two full baths, two walk-in
closets, a Laundry Room, and a open floor plan Livingroom and eat-in
Kitchen. The Livingroom and Master Bedroom feature high
cathedral ceilings. Additional features include a gas log
fireplace in the Livingroom, a balcony off the Master Bedroom, and a
second floor Patio.
Plan "B" is very similar to Plan "A", except it offers 12 stalls below
and 3 bedrooms above. The apartments each have 1,685 sq. ft..
Throughout the design process for these buildings, an effort has been
made to minimize construction costs, while still meeting the essential
requirements of a safe environment for both horses and humans, a sound,
low maintenence structure, an efficient layout for equine management,
and maximum privacy for each tenant.
For additional details, contact Karl at (828) 545-8528 or send him an
email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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