Bungalow House Plan

$1,000.00

 

Plans include land plan, foundation plan, floor plans, four exterior views, lighting plans, roof diagram, sections and details

Description

Bungalow house plan has split levels

Bungalow house plan is a plain simple house with character. The exterior walls are solid stone with curved walls of glass at each end, front and back. Sheltered parking ties into veranda, keeping the roof as simple as possible with no broken roof lines. Enter the gallery and see the fireplace sitting in the middle of the house, dividing the areas. Stairs lead up or down on each side. Step down to the family room where a simple kitchen and sitting arrangement await. If you prefer, use the gallery as the great room and place a kitchen table next to the kitchen. Washer and dryer found around the corner from the kitchen with half bath on the opposite side next to stairs

Split level house plans

Fireplace open to each side at each level

Walk down from the kitchen and enter a studio that connects to a bedroom suite that walks out to veranda. Bedroom has full bath and walk in closet. Suite and studio share fireplace. Studio berms into grade if slope allows. If not, consider pushing some grade up around this area. Earth is easily manipulated if you allow for water run off

European house plans

Bungalow house plan

Walk up stairs from gallery and you’ll find pretty much the same arrangement as you did in the lower level. Studio and suite both walk out to balconies. Full bath and walk in closet and of course two faced fireplace opens to both spaces. With the location of the fireplace, one could depend solely on it for heating the entire house

In some countries, exterior and interior walls are concrete block or poured concrete. This takes a bite out of the footprint, but every country has it’s different building methods, with the US being the most diverse for types of construction. If you let me know what the standard is in your region, I’ll work the drawings to fit your needs

2400 SF

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Author: Brenda Rand