If you are a big fan of RVing, chances are you hate putting your rig in storage at the end of a camping season, as it signifies the closure of vacation time.
As its name signifies, a barndominium is half barn, half condominium. It’s the name given to a structure built to house an RV while providing a living space inside.
The term “barndominium” was coined in the 1980s by a Texas real estate agent, Karl Nilsen, who was planning an equestrian subdivision.
Construction costs for barndominiums are usually much less than they would be with the separate construction of a barn and a house.
Because most barndominiums consist of metal and steel, their lifespans are usually between 100 and 150 years if well maintained.