Two story house plans can be designed on almost any style, whether purely traditional, modern or contemporary. Pinoy house plans prensents PHP-2014004, a two story house plan with 4 bedrooms. The ground floor plan is 53.8 sq. m. which accommodates the Living area, Dining, Kitchen, Maid’s Room and Bath Room.
The second floor plan consist on 3 bedrooms which have their individual bathrooms. This house plan can be built in a lot with 153.0 sq. m. or 10.50 m by 14.50 m dimensions. The Garage can also be remodelled in the future to have the balcony above in which the Master’s bedroom can use this as access to view the front.
Flexibility in the the of two story homes are limitless, this is only a matter of having enough budget to shoulder the simplicity or complexity of the design. In the Philippines especially in the rural areas, we are constrained with limited spaces, narrow lots and two story house plans are a good choice for your future house.
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Two Story House Plans are built for majority of home, both today and in the past. Pinoy houseplans – 2014003 provides traditional layout with bedrooms on the second floor and living spaced situated on the ground floor.The living room is 9 sq. m. area which is open to the dining room. Kitchen is separated by a partition which 6.40 sq. m. in area. Beside the kitchen is the bathroom which ideally situated at the back behind the stairs.
The second floor is traditionally laid out to accommodate the Master’s bedroom and 2 bedrooms. This 2 story house plan offers also flexibility since the top of the garage can be converted to an open balcony.
As you can see, two story house plans are very flexible and well suited to a variety of living situations. We typically think of a single family home with this layout, but many cities boast townhomes and rowhouses that provide the convenience of two floors without the hassle of a large yard. In cities with minimal space, building up rather than out is more economical and minimizes land use.