4 Bedroom Traditional Style Home
Ground Floor: Double garages, veranda, deck, kitchen (with a kitchen island), scullery, dining, guest toilet, lounge, 4 x Bedrooms (All En-suite, Master Bedroom with walk in closet). A home with a country feel…
A bold facade, with gabled roof ends, impart much street appeal to this H-shaped traditional style home. The authentic Cape-Dutch detailing adds panache to the exterior of this single storey house. This country styled home has two verandas (one veranda is covered) extending the living space to almost all seasons. This sophisticated traditional style home is accented by the use of high pitched roofing. The blend of natural stone cladding and contrast paint details forms a truly spectacular exterior. More than just an ordinary traditional house, it has an expansive feeling to drive up to. The generous, well placed windows and proportionate roof ventilation grills gives this house the aesthetics of yesteryear with a modern country twist. A classic example of simplicity made modern.
The Floor Plan
Enter this home from the covered front veranda, through two double door entrances, you find the centrally posed open plan dining and lounge area with a U-shaped open plan kitchen. The kitchen is adjacent to the scullery and features enough space for a full complement of home appliances. The bedrooms are designed in a split fashion. Two en-suit bedrooms are situated on the right of this house and share a hallway. The spacious 25m2 master bedroom is situated to the left and rear of the house and features a spacious walk-in closet and a full bathroom. On the opposite side of the master bedroom is another en-suite bedroom. The covered veranda, with its built-in braai, is impressive and allows for both formal and informal living. A gentle warm ambiance is achieved by this floor plan inside and out. It is hard to even imagine this home going out of style.
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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: 18132
Price: R 10,500
House Plan Size: 248 m2
Side To Side: 23m
Front To Back: 17m
No. Of Garages: 2
Master Bedroom : 25m2
Ground Floor Size: 248m2
Roof Type: Metal Sheets
Window Type: Aluminium
Walk In Closet (WIC)
Built-In Cupboards (BIC)
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