As utility costs increase, having an energy-efficient house is a must for today’s homeowners. Fortunately, this metal house in Texas gives you just that. The walls are equipped with foam insulation to stop heat from escaping during cold months. Furthermore, it also prevents heat from entering during the hot months as well.
This barndominium has a central cooling and heating system that quickly adjusts to temperature changes indoors. Plus, it also lowers fuel consumption and provides a much safer option than burning wood in fireplaces.
Now, that you’ve read the perks of the cooling and heating system of this metal house. It is now time to check out the interiors of this beautiful homestead.
MAIN HOME STATS
|Sq. Ft. 1,500||Beds: 3||Baths: 2|
|Year Built: 2019||State: Texas||Price: $214,000|
At the entrance, you’ll see a covered concrete-paved patio. The door is flanked by single-hung windows with warm-toned wooden storm shutters on each side. Additionally, as with most metal homes, this one also has an open floor plan. The ceiling is made of natural maple-colored wood with an open beam at the center.
The kitchen is where the magic happens. It features a wide granite countertop and a kitchen island made of the same material. Plus, there’s a lot of cabinets for additional storage space. The three bedrooms each have gray-carpeted floors.