Guesstimate would be ok. I don't want to go and get permits or buy plans if this is something completely out of my budget. Here's the details.
I live in a residential neighborhood. Toledo, Ohio. I have a large backyard. Enough to accommodate a 60' x 80' barn decently, with yard still left over.
The concrete slab that this pole barn will sit on will probably be up in the air for right now. I've heard it will cost an arm and a leg to pour a concrete slab for the barn.
It will be two story. Bottom floor, storage. Car's, tools, etc. There will be an enclosed loft in the upper level. 40' x 40' loft. It will be an apartment that can be rented out or used. So, heating and cooling will be necessary.
I have a quote for the actual frame of the building for around $20,000. I've added another $10,000 on to that for the finishing of the place. Drywall, carpet, cabinets, shower, paint, etc.
$30,000 total so far.
Costs that I'm not sure about... * Permits and plans * Hookups for the utilities (Electric, Water) * Foundation work (Will I need any if I don't choose concrete? If I do choose concrete, how much extra will it add on?)
And since this is going to be residential in the upper part, the loft, will I expect any set backs like more fee's or different construction? Let me know if this will be possible for the cost that I'm thinking it will be! Thanks