Do you enjoy living in your large detached house, but are still not entirely satisfied with your current living situation? Because you would like a more energy-efficient home? Because you would like to live barrier-free and not alone?
Then this multi-family house design could be the ideal solution for you: you move into the luxurious top-floor flat, which is accessible via a lift. Your flat will give you that penthouse feeling without you having to do without the amenities you are used to in your previous home. The highlights of the wheelchair-accessible flat include two balconies, the particularly spacious living, dining and cooking area, a covered loggia and the spacious bathroom, which can be equipped with a sauna.
The two flats on the ground floor bring life into the house - and rental income at the same time. The smaller, barrier-free flat has an open-plan living, dining and cooking area, a bedroom, a bathroom, a storage room and a WC. The larger flat also has space for two further rooms. The tenants could be friends of yours, your grown-up children and grandchildren or carers, for example.
This design also includes a separate, spacious storage room in the basement for each party. Residents also have access to a shared laundry and drying room and a large garage for all two-wheelers, walking frames or pushchairs.
|Roof form||Pitched roof|
|Jamb wall||24 cm|
|Living space apartment 1||90,34 m²|
|Living space apartment 2||135,86 m²|
|Living space apartment 3||223,23 m²|
|Number of floors||3|
The floor plans will give you an impression of this house.