Filipino Double Storey Residential House

This is a beautiful house with a balcony, which is located in Philippines.

The modern look of the house is designed to be built in urban areas, sea side allowing you to enjoy the roof deck seeing the panoramic view of the surrounding and sky. Color combination mostly with light or white color for the main wall, dark color for accent walls and wood finish or color for other areas of the house.  Dark aluminum framed windows and sliding doors is also adopted in this design to give more depth on the white walls.

Below stair lading is used as a small storage room. Combined dining and kitchen accommodate the rear portion of the ground floor with small bar area that divides these two rooms. Dining area is 4.75 meters by 3.8 meters with an almost column to column sliding aluminum door with fixed side lites.

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. 

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    • Deepak kumar
    • April 24, 2020

    Sir I want I perfect home for my family in 45×45 .in my home a 4 badroom with a hall ,a kitchin , a guest room and normally in 2 badroom attach with bathroom in 4 bedrooms , a drawing room. can it possible or not sir.if yes pls make a suitable map sir .

    • Kainobwisho
    • June 15, 2020

    Hello, I’m interested in house plan 3bedroom on the hill. Country WhatsApp no.256 7256056

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