Plan #1.5-05


  • 132,7 sq m/1428 sq ft
  • 10,6×12,1 m/34’9″×39’8″
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 0 Garages
Floors: Feature:



Main Floor

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Floor Area: 43.7sqm/470sqft

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mft' in"mft' in"mft' in"
7.524' 7"8.527' 11"7.725' 3"
Room Names:Width:Depth:
mft' in"mft' in"
Balcony4.414' 5"0.61' 12"
Balcony#21.85' 11"0.61' 12"
Bath1.96' 3"1.44' 7"
Bedroom #23.09' 10"4.715' 5"
Closet1.54' 11"1.96' 3"
Entry1.85' 11"1.03' 3"
Foyer1.75' 7"2.99' 6"
Hall2.27' 3"2.99' 6"
Kitchen/Dining6.721' 12"4.414' 5"
Laundry2.37' 7"1.44' 7"
Master Bedroom3.611' 10"4.715' 5"
W|C2.37' 7"1.44' 7"
W|C 2fl1.96' 3"1.44' 7"
Ground Floor:Main Floor:Upper floor:
mft' in"mft' in"mft' in"
0.00' 0"3.09' 10"2.89' 2"
Primary Tilt Angle:Secondary Tilt Angle:


4 room house design in village

Economical 4 room house design in village, cottage, attic makes the construction cheaper, and the finish under painting reduces the cost of finishing work. Thoughtful layout of the house from the entrance to the exit to the balcony on the second floor. Maximum simplicity and comfort. The technical room is placed behind the outer wall of the house and the entrance is made from the outside. In each of the bedrooms there is space for a dressing room or closet. Quite a spacious house plan, with a small total area. The common roof with the same pitch on the house and the annex harmonize well. The technical room can also be enlarged and converted into a garage or carport. The utility room or storage room can be kept.

Arrangement of rooms in the house (4 room house design in village)

First of all, it is necessary to talk about a spacious kitchen-dining room, which also has space for a bar counter and a small space for a sofa with a TV or a fireplace. It is also possible to mirror only the kitchen with the dining and living area. In this way the fireplace will be in the same shaft as the ventilation ducts. The spacious terrace on the first floor provides the house’s inhabitants with the first warming rays of sunlight. A special feature is the bedroom on the first floor. Which will fit well into the country life with the characteristic influx of guests who can occupy the entire second floor. This option has an attic floor with atic walls.

On the second floor there are 3 spacious bedrooms. Also a bathroom with a wide washbasin for two places. In one of the bedrooms of the attic there is a large closet. From two bedrooms is made exit to the balcony, which is above the terrace of the first floor, thus acting as a roof. The balcony can be glazed and act as a winter garden, especially in the presence of the same size terrace on the first floor. It should be noted that this plan of a 4 bedroom house in the village, will fit perfectly in any place, even urban development or cottage village.



What's included?

All plans are at a scale of 1:50 or ¼”=1′-0″ or larger, such as architectural nodes.

The following pages are included:

  • A site plan showing where the house will be located on the property (developed even before the selected project is paid for).
  • Floor plan(s) showing the arrangement of furniture and other appliances shown on the website, as well as a description of the rooms.
  • Floor plan(s), detailed plans with all necessary axis dimensions (as determined by your builder), rooms, window and door openings, floor marks, vent and chimney locations.
  • Roof plan(s) with roof pitch marks and dimensions of all roof ribs.
  • Cross Sections: Vertical view of the house from foundation to roof, showing floor and roof markings. Floor elevations and other dimensions. Stair section, if any, is required.
  • Exterior Views: Drawing showing all four sides with dimensions and elevations.
  • Cross section: Vertical section through groups of ducts and chimneys.
  • Elements for filling door and window openings.
  • 3D views presented on the website.

You may also need beams designed for roof loads, foundations based on an analysis of the soil conditions on the site specific to your region. Your home builder can usually help you with this.

Stock plans do not come with a professional stamp. If your building department requires one, they will only accept a stamp from a professional licensed in the state where you plan to build. In this case, you will need to take your home plans to a local engineer or architect to have them reviewed and stamped.


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