Optimum use of valuable building land
A fundamental difference with terraced houses is whether they are arranged in a straight row or staggered. In this way, the terraced house can be optimally adapted to the shape of the plot and the orientation of the street. With a size of just under 120 square metres, the houses can be built on small plots of land from 300 square metres upwards.
Different roof shapes can also be implemented. In our planning variant with a mono-pitch roof, the children’s rooms, which face the garden on the upper floor, have a particularly airy room height that rises to 3.30 metres – perfect conditions for equipping the rooms with bunk beds, for example.
|Roof form||Pent roof|
|Roof inclination||5 °|
|Living space||110,89 m²|
|Base area||117,60 m²|
|Number of floors||2|
Many planning options
Terraced 118 is also available in a planning variant 1, a planning variant 3 and a planning variant 4.
Get an impression of this house through the floor plans. We will show you our planning suggestions, which of course can be customised on request.