Whether for seniors, people with disabilities or families with small children - a bungalow offers many advantages for its residents. Barrier-free and wheelchair-accessible living, no annoying climbing stairs, no risk of falling for small children and an open design of the floor plan. Barrier-free living with plenty of free space is possible without any problems on a living space of around 160 m².

The bungalow impresses with its bright and light-flooded rooms. Thanks to the daylight spot in the hallway and the two VELUX ceiling windows, which are installed in the kitchen and bathroom, a lot of natural daylight falls into the house. With the ceiling windows you can enjoy the view of the sky at any time. 


In the flat roof extension on the entrance side of the house there is an optional office, which can also be used as an additional bedroom. But it is also possible to plan the extension as a garage. From there you can get to the adjoining house with dry feet. 


The covered patio with wooden cladding and the window seat in the living room create a great feeling of space.

Floor Plans

Plan Details

The house with single floor
Bedrooms: 2
Garage: attached garage
Heated Area: 160 m2
Ground Floor Square: 160 m2
1st Floor Square: 0
Width: 11.53
Depth: 14.34
Roof: gable
Bathrooms: 2
Max Ridge Height
Wall materials: wood frame
Facade cladding: wood siding, stucco
Foundation: Slab
Outdoor Living: Deck
Windows: large windows, panoramic windows