Plan #2-10


  • 183,2 sq m/1972 sq ft
  • 14,6×13,3 m/47’11″×43’8″
  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1 Garages
Floors: Feature:



Main Floor

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Floor Area: 111.7sqm/1202sqft

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mft' in"mft' in"mft' in"
14.647' 11"13.343' 8"8.527' 11"
Room Names:Width:Depth:
mft' in"mft' in"
Bathroom2.68' 6"3.310' 10"
Bathroom 2fl2.99' 6"3.411' 2"
Bedroom #24.715' 5"3.411' 2"
Bedroom #34.314' 1"3.912' 10"
Bedroom #44.715' 5"3.411' 2"
Closet1.75' 7"2.37' 7"
Entry1.75' 7"1.23' 11"
Entry/Covered Patio10.133' 2"2.58' 2"
Foyer2.06' 7"2.06' 7"
Garaje4.013' 1"6.019' 8"
Hall2.06' 7"3.310' 10"
Hall 2fl1.75' 7"3.611' 10"
Kitchen/Dining4.314' 1"3.511' 6"
Living Room4.314' 1"5.317' 5"
Master Bedroom4.314' 1"4.916' 1"
Pantry2.68' 6"2.06' 7"
Technical room4.013' 1"2.78' 10"
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:


2 Story House Plan with Terrace, Two-Story House Plans

Spacious house in two levels with a terrace at the entrance and attached to the house garage, thus saving one of the walls of the garage. This 2 story house plan with terrace will fit harmoniously into the urban and rural style. If necessary, the garage can be converted into a shed or reduced in size due to the technical room. The main group of ventilation ducts is located in the middle of the bathroom and auxiliary room, whether it is a dressing room, pantry or room for heating equipment. Also on the second floor is the bathroom itself. This makes it possible to combine all the necessary vents in one place, saving money during construction and later during operation. The rooms that use hot water are located one above the other. This architectural two story house designs takes into account all common requirements.

Arrangement of rooms in the house (2 story house designs)

The combined canopy with the entrance group will always provide shelter from inclement weather when leaving the garage on the upper level. The entrance hall also serves as a vestibule, preventing cold air from entering the warm rooms. On the first floor, the kitchen and living room can be combined into a studio or separated by a stained glass window or partition. The first-floor bedroom can be used for its intended purpose or as a study or gym. Rational use of the space under the stairs as a bathroom, washing machine directly under the landing and the possibility of shelving save space.

The second level is represented by three spacious rooms that are quite enough for a large family. The largest bedroom can serve as a master bedroom with placement towards the sunny side. The hall is relatively small for such a house and provides access to each room. The technical room located in the hall on the second floor can be used as a dressing room where all family members can store their non-seasonal belongings. This room is open to the public so everyone can have their own space. In the bathroom, in the middle of the room, there is a ventilation duct with all the necessary ventilation holes. At the same time it divides the room into two zones. In one of them there is a shower, in the other there are other sanitary appliances. Which can be arranged as you see fit.




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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