4 Bedroom, Modern Style Floor Plan
Ground Floor Plan: Double garages, entry hall, kitchen, scullery, dining, lounge, TV room, staff room with bathroom, guest bedroom (en-suite with WIC), patio, kitchen island
First Floor Plan: 3x Bedrooms (Masters Bedroom en-suite with walk in closets), shared bathroom, pyjama lounge, double volumes, balconies, linen storage. In this home, you really feel like you’re in a trendy hotel suite! This 4 bedroom, modern architecture design, so expertly designed by Nethouseplans, demonstrates the best way to increase airiness and high-class features in an efficient mid-sized floor plan.
An Exciting Modern Floor Plan
This is a stylistic modern floor plan features a large expanse of glass and symmetrical cantilevered block facades that conveniently compliments it’s flat roof form. The double garage features a bulging form above the garage door with a curved modern stainless balustrade on the balcony above. This modern floor plan is approached via a stylish entry porch and is entered through a dramatic 5m high front door, revealing a well-appointed double volume entrance hall. The main entrance door is nestled to the expansive curtain wall. Most of the interior living areas look out to the swimming pool area through large sliding folding doors. The openness of this house provides the experience of outdoor/indoor living without the compromise of privacy.
Ground Floor Plan
Inside the ground floor of this two storey, 4 Bedrooms modern style house plan is an exciting floor layout for today’s lifestyle. The inviting entrance hall takes you into the spacious lounge and dining room. The family room is located adjacent the dining room and leads to an open patio. A U-shaped kitchen and scullery are well located next to the rear courtyard areas. The guest bedroom suite is situated towards the back of the house to ensure maximum privacy to its occupants. A staff room with a bathroom is also located at the rear of this modern home with access via the scullery door.
First Floor Plan
Upstairs the master bedroom has a walk in closet and a private recessed bathroom. The two additional bedrooms have ample cupboard space and share a conveniently situated full bathroom. All bedrooms has access to a balcony.
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ELECTRICAL PLAN WITH ELECTRICAL SYMBOL LEGENDS
This plan provides suggested positions of electrical switches, plugs, lighting, outlets, etc. A layout is provided for each floor level, each room, garage and the exterior. NB. The electrician is responsible for the designs and reticulation of all circuits, wiring and all engineering details of the entire system.
These are included in the respective Floor plans and Elevation diagrams. Their details and notes are also specified here.
This plan shows an overview of the roof configuration. Roof valleys, ridges, Overhangs and Angles are shown. The specifications and details of roofing materials to be used are also detailed.
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House Plan Id: 18260
Price: R 10,500
House Plan Size: 434 m2
Side To Side: 16.6m
Front To Back: 20m
No. Of Garages: 2
Master Bedroom : 28m2
Roof Type: Concrete Slab
Window Type: Aluminium
Walk In Closet (WIC)
Built-In Cupboards (BIC)
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