The Modern Farmhouse plan is one of our most eminent plans containing 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. The two master suites featured in this plan are ideal for an inspiring getaway to the mountains. The Modern Farmhouse also includes a 2- car garage, large walk-in closets, a more intimate dining space, and a laundry room conveniently connected with one of the master suites.
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All Brown Haven Home plans include luxury finishes and superior products. The Modern Farmhouse single-family home plan is 1,753 square feet, has 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and 2 garage spaces. Starting from $260,713, the Modern Farmhouse home can be built “On Your Lot” in Burke County, North Carolina. Other nearby locations you can build a new Modern Farmhouse home include McDowell County, Burnsville in Yancey County, and the 28139 area. In all, we build our award-winning custom homes in sixteen North Carolina counties. Similar custom homes in Burke County you may love include the 1,646 square foot Rolling Meadows plan, the Tallulah, a 2.5-bath home, and the 3 bedroom McIntosh custom home.