Plan #1.5-08


  • 151,6 sq m/1632 sq ft
  • 10,7×10,3 m/35’1″×33’10”
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Garages
Floors: Feature:



Main Floor

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Floor Area: 76.0sqm/818sqft

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mft' in"mft' in"mft' in"
10.735' 1"10.333' 10"8.628' 3"
Room Names:Width:Depth:
mft' in"mft' in"
Balcony3.310' 10"1.03' 3"
Balcony MB1.03' 3"4.615' 1"
Bath1.75' 7"1.75' 7"
Bathroom3.210' 6"2.68' 6"
Bedroom #24.213' 9"2.58' 2"
Bedroom #34.414' 5"3.812' 6"
Bedroom #44.414' 5"3.812' 6"
Closet3.210' 6"1.34' 3"
Entry1.54' 11"1.03' 3"
Foyer1.75' 7"1.44' 7"
Garaje3.310' 10"5.217' 1"
Hall3.310' 10"1.34' 3"
Hall 2fl1.96' 3"3.611' 10"
Kitchen/Dining4.314' 1"5.618' 4"
Laundry3.210' 6"1.23' 11"
Living Room3.310' 10"3.912' 10"
Lobby1.75' 7"1.34' 3"
Master Bedroom3.611' 10"5.618' 4"
Patio3.511' 6"6.120' 0"
Technical room1.85' 11"1.34' 3"
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:


Attic home design

This attic home design is particularly popular due to the convenience of architectural planning solutions. The exterior of the house is finished with a bark finish, although this is not a requirement. When buying a typical project, both construction and finishing materials can be chosen at your discretion. Due to the low atic walls and the maximum use of under-roof space, the construction cost per square meter is much lower in this layout. It is maximally used roof with insulation, as a fence of usable area. Fireplace in the living room is a good addition to the coziness of a private home near the dining table. Total layout of the attic house design with 4 bedrooms. Quite acceptable for an average family, as well as for receiving unexpected guests.

Arrangement of rooms in the house (attic house design)

The presence of a bedroom on the first floor can be used as a study, game or media room. On the terrace you can spend more than one warm evening at the barbecue with guests. Since the terrace is open – there is an opportunity to make it of any convenient size without being bound to the project. Of course, on such a terrace it is necessary to install a parasol or a pergola to protect from sunlight. A relatively small garage will always keep your car warm and dry. Usually such a garage is enough for most cars. Next to the garage is a technical room, which also serves as a storage room for car accessories.

Going up the stairs to the second floor, you will find yourself in a small hall. From here you have access to all the bedrooms and the bathroom. Above the technical room there is a bathroom with a laundry room, which is economical in terms of hot water supply. The master bedroom stands out among the others for its large area. It also has a balcony above the bay window on the first floor. The other two bedrooms are of equal size. It should be noted that both bedrooms have access to the balcony. One of the bedrooms has a large private wardrobe. It can be shared if a door is placed from the attic floor hallway.



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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