If you own a small and narrow lot but want to provide a comfortable and decent shelter for your family, then this Kaysar House Model is right for you. This small house design idea is a two-story house that has a total floor area of 56.00 square meters, ideal for a family of six. Because this is a modern contemporary house, you can have advantages in terms of aesthetics, space maximization, natural lighting, customization, and many more. Living in a two-story house gives advantages as well in terms of privacy, less roof maintenance, or better perspective.
A minimalist concept is applied to the house interior. Neutral colors are also used in contrast with the exterior color of the house. It has an open layout for the living, dining, and kitchen area to maximize the space. There’s a laundry area provided to further utilize the backside and it helps the resident to comfortably do the cleaning and other chores.
For practicality, the bathroom and toilet are separated so that these areas can be used simultaneously by the residents to save time, especially when in a rush. A sink is also provided and is located in between the bathroom and toilet for hygienic purposes.
Going up, there’s a small hallway at the center of the second floor that leads to the three bedrooms. Privacy is most given with this kind of setting and residents can have uninterrupted rest. The Master’s Bedroom has a small terrace extension which can also add value to the house.
House Plan Details
- Laundry Area
- Master’s Bedroom
Labor and Material Estimated Cost
The final build cost depends on the quality of the selected materials and where the building is located. There are two ways of estimating: detailed estimate and area method. We are using the area method since this is the fastest way without detailed drawing. By area method, just calculate the total floor area and multiply it from PHP 15,000 per square meter to PHP 25,000 per square meter. Thus, the house design estimation cost ranges from PHP 840,000 – PHP 1,400,000 (USD 16,800 – USD 28,000). This is just a rough estimation. It is recommended to ask for cost estimates in detail from an Architect, Engineer, or Contractor.