This barn home in Myrtle Creek, Oregon, is the first-ever completed Concordia featured on our site! This beautiful post and beam structure boasts a similar exterior design to our Concordia Barn Home Kit, with the interior featuring an entirely personalized layout customized to the needs of our clients.
The main level offers 2,112 sq. ft. of conditioned living space, which includes an open-concept kitchen, dining, and living area, two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a sizable laundry room, and an office. An 806 sq. ft. open loft surrounds the central living space, creating a mezzanine effect inside the home that gives way to dramatic two-story high ceilings.
Although this home features minimal modifications to the base model, those additions make a big difference inside the structure, with our heavy timber loft upgrade, heavy timber framed staircase, and extra long Douglas fir posts acting as the main attraction of this one-of-a-kind barn home. Additionally, upgrades like Pella 250 Series windows and Woodtone Rustic board and batten siding contribute to the overall appeal of the structure while enhancing its longevity, durability, and eco-friendly qualities.
- 3,042 SQ. FT. Total
- 2,112 SQ. FT. Main Level
- 806 SQ. FT. Loft
- 123 SQ. FT. Covered Entry
- 288 SQ. FT. Shed Roof
- (2) Bedrooms
- (2 1/2) Bathrooms
- Open-Concept Living Space
- Loft Area
- Laundry Room
- Woodtone Rustic Board and Batten Siding
- Pella 250 Series Window Package
- Heavy Timber Loft Upgrade
- Heavy Timber Framed Staircase
- 3′ Height Extension
Tastefully modified from our Concordia Barn Home Kit, this barn home in Myrtle Creek features a unique interior layout and design that perfectly complements its exterior appearance. Characterized by its impressive heavy timber components and soaring ceilings, this post and beam residence offers an incredibly open and warm living space that stuns from floor to ceiling. An open upstairs loft surrounds the great room, allowing two-story high ceilings and tongue and groove ceiling coverings to take center stage inside the home. Other custom features like Pella 250 Series windows and Woodtone Rustic board and batten siding add to the modern rustic feel of this structure, making it a wise and beautiful investment that perfectly suits Oregon’s terrain.