Elevated Bungalow House Design with Hip Roof

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Bungalow houses are the hot trends nowadays. Take a peek on a trendy model today – a stylish two bedroom elevated bungalow house design which I believe will be preferred by most homeowners. One storey homes compromise more flexibility in designing as compared to multi-level homes. In fact, the reason is that combined space can serve numerous functions.

One level story houses are considered to be the present-day trends that offer the following benefits: wider appeal, strong investments, with lower cost and easier maintenance, lower overall costs and better use of space. Furthermore, the other advantages include open planning, better accessibility, easier renovations and energy-efficient.

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Description of Elevated Bungalow House Design with Hip Roof

The residential house plan in feature is a popular two bedroom elevated house design which fits an average-size family. This trendy residence stands in a house lot area of 85.0 m² that includes two generous bedrooms. The exterior wall looks great with glass from doors to windows in dark brown aluminum frames. The exterior looks classy with an open veranda with columns in grey tone. Furthermore, the external walls looks prominent in grey mineral plaster finish and brown segments along the windows.

Obviously, the modern house looks very calm and pleasing. The exterior façade shines exceptionally with a blend of white, grey and brown colors. In fact, the combination generates a fascinating appeal that increases the overall character. One of the highlights of this house is the whole hip roof assembly with dark grey tiles which defines stability and prominence.

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The other elevations carry consistency with respect to materials, details, layout, and paints. The idea of building the unit with raised elevation is a clever concept to allow the house stand higher. As can be seen, the elevated scheme has allowed the provision of stairs on the front, left side and back elevations. Glass windows are sufficient to ensure that enough light and air are penetrating to comfort the interior of the structure.

The residence has a sliding glass door in dark brown aluminum frames, the size of which is imposing for keeping the inside well-ventilated.  The veranda with dark grey marble tiles is looks impressive as well.

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Features and House Specifications

This three bedroom elevated house design has the following specifications:

  • porch
  • living room
  • dining room
  • kitchen
  • two bedrooms
  • one bathroom
  • space for garden and landscaping

The Interior Design and Concepts of Elevated Bungalow House Design

While entering the house, living room looks fairly pleasant. The floor bursts with marble tiles in cream tone, which matches the color of the walls. Moreover, the style looks impressive with beautiful ceiling and purple curtains.

Elsewhere, the kitchen with a modern setting looks stunning with black marble slab. The grey tiles along the counter and walls looks pleasant as well in different shades of grey.

Meanwhile, the bathroom justifies elegance and consistency in a blend of black and grey wall tiles. On the other hand, the flooring complements the space in dark grey tiles. Completing the bathroom are the fixtures and accessories with the best of quality.

Certainly, living in a residence with combined style, sophistication and comfort will be a great pleasure.

Image Credit: GPHomeLandscape

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