Simple 3-Bedroom Elevated House Concept

Today’s featured design is from Samphoas having 3 bedrooms with 12 meters width and 1 meters depth. With the elevated features of this design, the house is safe against flooding, specially when constructed in low lying areas. The elevation of the main floor is at least 0.90 meters from the finish ground outside.

Main features of this concept are, wood sash windows, double swing door at the entrance, accent walls with small grooves and flat roof design. Wall lamps at the front area also give some good outlook overall.

The minimum required lot size would be 16 meters width by 15 meters depth or with a total lot area of 240 square meters. On this size, the minimum setbacks are 2 meters from both sides and 2 meters from from and back. You need to check these with your building officials since other may require at least 3 meters at the front.

 

Looking at the floor plan below, you have to climbed at least six steps to arrived at the open patio and directly in front of the stairs is the living room. Right side of the living room is bedroom 3 which can be considered as the master’s bedroom since it has en-suit toilet and bath.

Left side of the living room are the two other bedrooms completing the 3 bedrooms of this house concept. In between bedrooms is a shared toilet and bath design for the convenience of the 2 bedrooms. Adjacent to the living still at the top when looking at the floor plan is the combined dining and kitchen area. With the kitchen counter all located at the left side, and door opens to the outside which maybe regarded as service area is a wise design for the Architect.

Common bathroom is located at the right side of the dining area and also provided with a storage area for extra baggage of the house or the kitchen maybe.

This house concept may require a bit of money due to its size, but this is a good way to showcase more alternative concept for somebody looking for more area and space. Feel free to share this design via facebook or pineterest.

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