With this project for a brick one-storey three-bedroom house, we will again focus on the possibility of building a practical home on one level and without unnecessary waste. In fact, the areas here are optimized to the maximum, the rooms are large enough and the functionality is available. The entrance hall to which the boiler room is located leads to an intermediate room - a lobby, which is also used as a dressing room, and it is open to a corridor connecting the other rooms. These are three bedrooms, serviced by two bathrooms, and a spacious living room with no door. This living area can be divided into a living room with a dining area and a kitchen area. From the living room you go out onto a neat terrace overlooking the beautiful garden.

The brick facade is complemented by stone decorations at the foundations and corners, and the overall impression is of a real, warm and cozy house.




Internal distribution of the house:
1st floor - 4.45m²; 2. boiler room - 3.94m²; 3. foyer / wardrobe - 4.89m²; 4.bathroom - 3.26m²; 5. corridor - 12.24m²; 6.bath - 7.77m²; 7. bedroom - 17.92m²; 8. bedroom - 12.90m²; 9. bedroom - 15.21m²; 10.days - 32.84m²; 11.Kitchen - 17.44m².

Useful living space (without boiler room: 128.92m²

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