Picture yourself living in a colorful farmhouse with these floor plan models

One of the best reasons to build your own home is to get more space to use just for you. One example is the classic man cave. These spaces are usually placed away from the main living areas and hold whatever hobby items a bro desires. And honestly, who’s to say that room can’t be a "bro-ette" cave as well?
The floor plans below all feature a room that would make a great man cave or hobby room. The room is usually placed away from main living areas, making it great for setting up a noisy big screen. It's usually a bonus room on its own floor or an area in the basement that would be ideal for some private space.
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1. Yellow and Brick Farmhouse by Dream Home Source
This home would be good for a man cave because of optional plans for a large basement space with bathroom. The whole area is open and could also be converted into a hobby haven. This home itself has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
2. Steep-Roofed, Gabled Farmhouse by Dream Home Source
This home comes with an optional bonus room on the top floor. The man cave would literally have its own floor. This home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
3. Classic Farmhouse by Frank Betz Associates
This home would be great for a man cave due to its optional bonus room on the second floor. It’s near some bedrooms, but it doesn’t share complete walls with them, and three of its walls aren’t butted up against anything. This home has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
4. Blue Farmhouse by Frank Betz Associates
This home has an interesting room that would work as a man cave. It’s on the second level and is actually labeled as a children’s retreat. But it’s a spacious, open room that goes up a few stairs to a slightly different level of the home. It would be good for kids young and old. This home has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
5. Dark Pink Farmhouse by Houseplans.com
This home also has a bonus room that gets the whole second story to itself. There is an added loft area by the stairs. This home has three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
6. Yellow and Black Farmhouse by Houseplans.com
This home is also notable for its unfinished bonus space on the second floor. What’s nice is that it sits above the foyer, dining area and only one bedroom, so it’s OK for noise control. Two of those spaces would likely be used only when the whole family is together having company. This home has four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
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