Contemporary Bungalow on Elevated Platform

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The popularity of single floor house designs never go outmoded.  They are always there growing in number each year. The British have always preferred to live in a bungalow more than any other type of dwelling.

Survey after survey reveals that the bungalow always comes out on top.  So, why shouldn’t we choose to live in it? Aside from its being accessible and low maintenance features, its convenience always  makes it a preferred house type. 

If there are people who are benefited in more ways for living in a bungalow, they are the older people. They prefer it over other types of dwellings because it is much easier to clean, easier to decorate, easier to navigate, and of course, without all those stairs to climb. It is also a good place for toddlers because no stairs to explore and less chances of falling.

It looks so simple and yet it looks so neat and dainty.  The advantage of a small house over the big houses is its manageability, easier to decorate, and even much easier to buy stuffs because you don’t actually need big and expensive stuffs to fill it up.

One great feature of this house are its big glass windows.  Nowadays, more and more home owners prefer big windows because they allow natural light to enter the interior of the house.  At daytime, you don’t need to turn on the lights because the natural light is enough to light up your interior.

 

This bungalow has an area of 98 square meters.  It is a small bungalow with 8.5 meters x 10.50 meters dimensions.  It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, a dining and a kitchen, and a small veranda at the entrance.

This is an elevated house with six-step staircase to get to the interior. Elevated houses are advisable for places that are easily flooded.  The elevation gives protection in case the place is prone to string typhoons and floods. Otherwise, it is also a nice idea that gives extra height to the bungalow. 

To build this kind of house or similar to it, you would need around 1.5M Philippine pesos or that would be roughly around US$30,000.  But then again, the budget still depends on what kind of materials do you use to build it.

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