Large Family House
A four (or more) bedroom house for a large family.
In the large family home the open living space is replaced with a flat roof to create even more space upstairs.
Off course the large family home can be extended further, but often the extra cost of the open space is too much for large families.
The footprint is about 8x11m and the total living aread over 150m2, which can easily be extended.
Downstairs are still master bedroom and a large open kitchen living space (6x8m).
Full size upstairs
Since the upstairs is basically the same size as downstairs, there can be up to 4 rooms, making a total of 5 bedrooms.
The model shown here has only three rooms upstairs, two bedrooms and a large common space, but the open space can easily be closed off too.
There is a separate bathroom/utility room upstairs.
Floor heating with a air-water heat pump is standard, as is an additional pellet-burner downstairs.
Prices start at 299k.
Pricing and options
A note about what is included, what is optional. Also we compare to the other designs.
Prices include almost everything you need to move in. Everything not included is basically things that EcoFrame House does not deliver or influence. This means, foundations, building inspector, water and electrical connections are not included. Prices are understood to base off a permit, which must be applied for by the customer, and upon which concrete prices and the contract are based.
Everything else is included, but in the starts at prices in a basic version.
Basic versions of surfaces eg include basic panelling or pine floor.
Apart from the smaller models, eg the Family House, this same idea of not having an open space can be made in any size, ie from one bedroom upwards.
Off course it does not have the same spacious feeling, but it retains the ecological and energy properties, while being more affordable (in general about 10% less)
The model can be extended to quite a large size. If one wants larger rooms, almost any width is possible, eg. 15m. Also the length can be extended a lot, say 20m. Only if the living room goes over 6m long, we need to add another support post.
This means off course that upstairs rooms grow and multiply accordingly. We make specific designs to customers needs.
In this model the dimension and surface options are probably the main thing.
Although a side bay window can also be used to bring more light into the upstairs. Especially if more than three rooms are wanted upstairs.
Finally the upstairs can be used as an open space, eg. as a yoga or art studio.