Plan #1.5-11


  • 181,8 sq m/1957 sq ft
  • 14,6×11,0 m/47’11″×36’1″
  • 6 Beds
  • 2.5 Baths
  • 0 Garages



Main Floor

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Floor Area: 112.4sqm/1210sqft

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mft' in"mft' in"mft' in"
14.647' 11"11.036' 1"7.323' 11"
Room Names:Width:Depth:
mft' in"mft' in"
Bathroom2.68' 6"2.47' 10"
Bathroom 2fl3.210' 6"3.611' 10"
Bedroom #23.210' 6"3.712' 2"
Bedroom #33.812' 6"3.712' 2"
Bedroom #43.812' 6"3.912' 10"
Bedroom #54.815' 9"3.110' 2"
Bedroom #64.615' 1"2.47' 10"
Butler’s Pantry1.23' 11"1.34' 3"
Closet3.210' 6"2.16' 11"
Entry4.414' 5"1.65' 3"
Foyer1.65' 3"2.99' 6"
Hall6.220' 4"2.47' 10"
Kitchen/Dining3.712' 2"5.518' 1"
Living Room5.016' 5"3.712' 2"
Master Bedroom3.411' 2"5.819' 0"
Patio7.825' 7"5.016' 5"
Technical room1.54' 11"2.99' 6"
W|C1.23' 11"1.54' 11"
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:


6 bedroom house plans, plan of six room house

A 6 bedroom house plans single story ideal for a country house or two families living together. Spacious kitchen-studio is made to receive a sufficient number of guests. A significant number of bedrooms on the first and second floors in the attic are located very compactly. The cost of construction is significantly reduced due to the use of a floor in the roof. Therefore, it is economical not only from the point of view of the use of building materials, but also from the point of view of the employed labor. Accordingly, the payment of labor to all personnel, from builders to foremen and supervisors. It should be noted that this project house for 6 rooms is designed single-storey with a mansard in the attic. It is in the attic space because the bearing walls are built on the first floor. On the second floor, the bearing walls of the first floor do not continue, but are shifted to the center of the house. The attic floor is constructed using frame technology, wood and filling with insulation.

Arrangement of rooms in the house (6 bedroom house plans)

On the first floor is a large kitchen-dining room with a living room, which corresponds to the size and number of rooms in the house. Namely the possible simultaneous stay of people in this house for 6 bedrooms. These rooms are made together, without any partitions separating them. Although it is possible to separate the kitchen from the eating and resting area. Next to the kitchen there is a butler’s pantry for kitchen utensils. Next to the pantry, through a partition, there is a small toilet. As mentioned above about the number of living rooms in the house and the possible simultaneous stay of people, an additional bathroom will not be superfluous. Also on this floor, at the entrance to the house, near the hallway, there is a technical room that can also be used for dual purposes, for example as a laundry room. Three bedrooms and a large bathroom between them fit rationally into the layout of the main floor.

The second floor also has three bedrooms with a shared closet and bathroom. The bathroom on the top floor is spacious enough to accommodate a corner bathtub, a shower, a double sink, a toilet and a bidet. Also in the area near the attic walls, where the height to the ceiling is low, it is possible to install washing machines and dryers.



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.

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