Is it your dream to build a two-storey house but you don’t have enough budget to make it? Well, you can still make that dream come true. A split-level house may be the answer to your dream. A split-level house is like having two types of house, a bungalow and a two-storey.
This article says that a split-level house “has part of the ground floor at a different level from another part, usually because the house has been built on ground that slopes.” Sometimes it is also called 1.5 storeys house or one and a half storeys.
The split level is also called tri-level because it has short stairs going to the basement and another set of stairs going to the upper level. The entry is on a middle floor between two floors. The middle floor is usually the main level where the main door is located and it opens directly into what is usually the formal living area.The basement is usually used as the storage area, work area or laundry area.
- 1.5-story contemporary house
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 living room
- kitchen and dining
- Budget: USD 80,000-100,000 or Php 4-5M
To build this house, you will need an initial budget of USD 80,000 or Php 4 million pesos. This amount can bring the house into a livable and functional status. Also, with this budget, water system and electricity are already installed.
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