If you are living in the Philippines or other countries that are naturally designed to be in the typhoon zone, it is advisable that you build your house raised few steps or even a meter above the ground. Many towns and cities in the Philippines are affected by such catastrophe, so, raising heir houses wold be very beneficial to them.
We have posted a lot of elevated houses in this website and in our other websites but here is another elevated house design that you might find interesting.
This house uses thick cemented steel (they look like the house’s pillars) stilts as the house base that elevated it 6 steps almost half a meter from the ground (if one step is 20 centimeters.) It looks very charming because it has a spacious balcony which you can also use as a dining area,
There is also a small pool which you can transform into a jacuzzi or just make it a fountain for an added attraction to the facade of your house.
To build this house, you will need a budget of USD 60,00-80,000. This amount will make you a functional and livable house already. If you wish to bring it to a 100% completion, an additional USD 20,000 will do that for you.
- 1-story house
- 3 bedrooms
- swimming pool
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 living room
- dedicated space for a carport
- Budget: USD 80,000-100,000 or Php 4-5M
If you like this design and would like to request for the floor plan, you may contact us by leaving your comment here. Our architects will be very glad to have you assisted. We post different designs every day which you can use for your inspiration. You can browse through our other designs and contact us if you need further assistance.
You may want to check our other websites, as well. You can click on the following hyperlinks and you will be redirected to the websites. There are many options for you to choose from. Each design has its own unique features where you may get ideas from to build your own. If you like the design, please don’t forget to share on your wall for others to see. Sit back and enjoy. Visit us again soon. Thank you!
Source : www.houseanddecors.com