Have you seen split-level houses or the so-called 1.5 storeys house? This design is still popular among house owners. They love the concept of a bungalow with an upper level. This article says that a split-level house is a tri-level home that has staggered floor levels. The stairs are usually two short sets, with one set going up to the bedrooms and the other going down to the basement. In some designs, split-level is also called bi-level. This is when aside from the main level there is only one level that is either an upper level or one that is on the basement.
This house that we are featuring today is a good example of a split-level house. It is a bi-level house. There is a main floor and at the same time half of the area has an upper level like you can see in the photo below.
The main floor contains the huge living room and a spacious kitchen and dining. It also has one bathroom and two bedrooms. There is also a car park and a porch.
The upper level has two big bedrooms, a hall, and a bathroom. One of the rooms has a balcony. This design looks great. Its exterior presents a classic design though it still have some contemporary touches.
- 1.5 storeys contemporary house
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 living room
- 1 spacious hall
- built-in parking
- Budget: USD 60,000-80,000 or Php 3-4M
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