Pinoy house designs is featuring an Elevated One Storey House Design to 5 steps having a total floor area of 145 sq.m.. This house plan has a full front porch having a size 4 meters by 1.4 meters which opens to the living room and combined dining and kitchen.
A service area is provided at the rear passing through the kitchen which is 3 x 2.7 meters in size along with a toilet and bath. Leaving the service area is a small patio at the rear which is also elevated. The garage is 3.35 x 5 meters which can accommodate 1 car. Next to the garage is an elevated lanai 12.73 sq.m., an area which can be a relaxation after a good meal in the dining room separated by an aluminum sliding door.
Elevated one storey house design like PHD-2015022 take advantage of its height in terms of flooding since it is elevated to 0.75 meters from the natural grade line. Moreover, the bedrooms are also elevated to another 0.75 meters from the living room summing it up to 1.5 meters which is not bad at all to be called flood proof one storey house.
ESTIMATED COST RANGE
Budget in different Finishes. Values shown here are rough estimate for each finishes and for budgetary purposes only. Budget already includes Labor and Materials and also within the range quoted by most builders. Budget Currency is in Philippine Peso (Php).
|Rough Finished Budget||1,740,000 – 2,030,000|
|Semi Finished Budget||2,320,000 – 2,610,000|
|Conservatively Finished Budget||2,900,000 – 3,190,000|
|Elegantly Finished Budget||3,480,000 – 4,060,000|
The upper level consists of the master’s bedroom augmented by its built-in cabinets and master’s bath. The two other rooms with standard sized bedrooms share a common toilet and bath.
Building a house in the Philippines can be economical and can also be very expensive. Depending on the owner’s budget, Pinoy house designs offers variety of designs which features small, medium and large floor areas where home seekers have the option to choose what is best suited for their needs.