How do you find the perfect floor plan for a modern multi-family house? First of all, it depends on how many residential units are to be accommodated under one roof, how large they are to be and who will be living in them. Here we show you cleverly planned floor plans for multi-family houses with three, four or six residential units that are suitable for everyday use and that our Hanse Haus architects have designed for you. In addition to practical planning details, our multi-family house floor plans offer plenty of living comfort and many different usage options. The floor plans of our multi-family house floor plans are sorted by the number of residential units in ascending order: 3-family house floor plans, 4-family house floor plans and 6-family house floor plans.
Even though multi-family houses are more complex to plan than detached single-family homes, many of our 11 tips for the perfect floor plan also apply here.
The development plan is important when planning! Find out in advance whether you are even allowed to build a multi-family house on your property.
- How many flats should the building contain?
- How many storeys are required to accommodate this number of flats?
- Should the units be roughly the same size or should they differ in size?
- How spacious should the entrance area and stairwell be?
- Is a lift planned?
While several residential units are next to each other in a terraced house but are still independent, a multi-family house is more closely interwoven. There is usually only one entrance and a shared basement. And the garden is often also available to all residents. However, skilful planning can also enable largely separate living in a multi-family house.
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