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|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by ROBEN(m): 7:53am On Dec 28, 2007|
Thanks guys for your great responces and I hope somone will respond to me soonest.Please I will like to have a design for a five bedroom duplex,guest room,sitting room,toilet/bathroom and a kitchen down while the remaining four rooms will be up. The location of the house is Lagos and the land is not a full plot.
Sorry my e-mail id is email@example.com
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by ajileko: 10:09pm On Dec 28, 2007|
If this is a 1/2 plot land, then it could be hard to fit all this requirements in. You may not have room for things like parking, suckaway, borehole or even landscape. I'm sure it can be done.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by Gobi38: 2:58pm On Sep 04, 2008|
Can a plot of land (100 by 100 in size) accommodate a 3 or 4 bedroom bungalow with a duplex ( 4 bedroom - 3 up, 1 down) in front. Since I don't reside in Naija, I plant to construct only the bungalow for now and add the duplex whenever I plan to relocate in the future.
@ promise72 and megapro - please email me a sample sketch of the bungalow plans you guys have ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). Also all Nairaland Architects in the house you can also send me your stekch.
My desire design for the bungalow is a 3 bedroom self contain, separate dining area, separate living area, 1 (Room A) of the 3 master bedroom will be bigger in size and separated (for privacy reason) from the other two master bedroom (Room B and C) - meaning guests in Room B and C have to walk through the living room to get to Room A.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by abujabooks(f): 11:03am On Sep 08, 2008|
coolhouseplans.com is great.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by desnuwe: 6:32pm On Mar 12, 2009|
pls can anyone help me with an idea of how it will cost to built a four flat,3 bedroom each in lagos today and how to get a good plan.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by desnuwe: 6:36pm On Mar 12, 2009|
can any one who makes borehole contact me with their best rate,
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by desse: 5:10pm On Mar 13, 2009|
am an architect
contact me @ email@example.com
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by larez(m): 12:33pm On Mar 18, 2009|
I am a little surprised to see all the requests here for plans. Yet, noone is talking about compensation for the owner/designer of the floor plans. Is this normal in Nigeria? Do copyright laws not exist?
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by desnuwe: 1:50pm On Mar 18, 2009|
can any one tell me how much it will cost to build a portable four bd duplex,how many blocks it will require and a good plan.i am ready to pay for any services rendered.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by promise72(m): 2:44pm On Mar 18, 2009|
Im sure due compesation will be made as soon as u establish the contact one on one. At least i will like to see references/samples of anyone before i lay out my cash.
This is not a charity of course!
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by ralph007(m): 4:45pm On Mar 18, 2009|
hi dear friend. i was on line recently and saw your post and
i think i can be of good help if you haven't find the answer to your request yet
i have a decent friend who is into building.he actually study building and architectural
design,he his a graduate,a civil engineer.if you can send full detail of your request,
to this mail in no time you get a good master architectural drawing for dream home
send your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
be of good cheer
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by emmyraldx(m): 4:48pm On Mar 20, 2009|
Hi promise, I salute your courage and willingness to help fellow naija since 2007. Can you kindly advice (if u have any info) on an estimate in terms of cash that will complete a four flat of 3 bedrooms in each. Will also appreciate your kind gesture if you could give a housing plan and approval cost in total. Will look forward your reply. Thanks. am on email@example.com
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by ralph007(m): 8:09am On Mar 24, 2009|
the size of the land sometimes
does not determine the kind of
building that will be erected on it
as a plumber that has worked in many
site.experience has thought me that,
what one need is a very good building
contractor or engineer that will handle
the project, so if one can get
a good and experience building contractor
you will be amazed what kind of a
structure that will be erected on a half a plot
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by ralph007(m): 10:12am On Mar 24, 2009|
My apology to the moderator of
this room for posting my add,
before i leave this room i will
like to let any intrested person know
that i have 3 plot of land at mowe
ibafo opposite of mountain of fire
propose university,i have a genuine
receipt from the village head also
call baale of the village who are the
owner of the land,and they also have
authentic vallidate document from government
that back their been ownership of the land
without any dispute from any angle.so i implore
any intrested buyer to call me on 07027690390
or send a mail on how to meet at firstname.lastname@example.org
the price is 400,000 naira per plot
i want to sell it to raised urgent cash
for daring need.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by rafcrown(m): 8:59pm On Jun 02, 2009|
I enjoy all the beautiful contributions you ve put here. People should think of how to get a house in buying.You can buy or build.
Nigerians abroad ,please think about home
Home is important
Please have focus- friends
Start developing and building gradually.
I am one of you.
I need a good architect and good building plan. (email@example.com)
I need to get document for a plot of land bought
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by mybad: 11:26pm On Aug 14, 2009|
I happen to have a couple of designs. You'll need to specify your requirements though. Post an e-mail so I can 4ward some to u.
My ad is firstname.lastname@example.org
I'll appreciate samples of drawings from you.
I actually have a twin twobedroom semi detached bungalow in mind.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by larez(m): 11:44am On Aug 17, 2009|
Just out of curiosity and especially directed at Ajileko. How much do you think it would cost to build the attached home. It has a separate Garage at the back with a Bedroom suite complete with a walk in closet and Bathroom. The main House itself is a 3 Bedroom, 2 1/2 Baths. Huge Family room, and a breakfast eating area off the kitchen. It of course has a formal Dining Room as well, and a 1/2 Bath on the ground floor. How much should it cost to build conventionally, with a raft foundation? Thanks.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by kikeige: 4:26am On Aug 20, 2009|
Subject: Nigerian House plan project.
This is a sample survey plan of a plot of land, total area of 1568.8m^2 (more than 1/3rd of an acre) which a real estate builder wants to use as a model for an estate in Lagos owned by Nigerians in the Diaspora.The idea is to have a source of income from rental property when they return/retire home in addition to having a residence of their own.
The larger portion of the land is to be used for the personal residence consisting of
1.5-bedroom bungalow with a master bedroom en-suite in close proximity to
2.a study/home office,
3.formal living and dining room.
4.a family room with adjoining dining room,
5.a guest room en-suite,
6.two other rooms with a shared bathroom/toilet
7.Powder room or guest toilet
8.The house should have lots of windows for good cross ventilation, preferably every room should have two very large tall windows.
9.living rooms with additional 3 panel sliding doors open to a veranda/balcony.
10.The kitchen or dining area too should have an accessible veranda at the back of the house.
11.Lots of outdoor space i.e large compound for landscape and backyard vegetable gardening.
The other portion of the plot is for a simple bungalow duplex for rental with each wing consisting of
Pls. put cost into consideration. This builder is looking for functionality and aesthetics with minimal cost in order to encourage as many people as possible without scaring them away with bogus building cost.
Forward different sketches of various floor plans and elevations (put into consideration the temperate weather in Nigeria i.e make provision for artificial ventilation in all living spaces as much as possible) to my e-mail address.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by kikeige: 4:46am On Aug 20, 2009|
Sorry, my e-mail address is email@example.com
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by larez(m): 7:03am On Aug 20, 2009|
Why are we so bent on over-building properties? 3 complete units on 1/3 of an acre? In the United States. people hardly find 1/3 of an acre suitable for a 4 Bedroom house. When will we start thinking about impervious space/green space? This is not a project that I will sign unto. Land is being overbuilt.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by kikeige: 2:28am On Aug 21, 2009|
I am sure you are one of the "American wanna be"s" What are you talking about? What is the standard one plot size for a regular single family home in New York, that is if you've ever been there? You can ask your neighbour to pass you a box of matches from your kitchen window in most of the single family homes in many American cities.
Why can't we Nigerians stop these stupid foreign ideas in comparison to our country even when they (especially America) sometimes do worse things than Nigeria?
A standard 100x50ft plot is approximately 0.11 acres, in case you don't know. That means 3 plots of such size will be 0.11 x 3 = 0.33ac .I really need to do kindergarten maths for you. I am talking of 1 unit of a bungalow duplex and another single bungalow on 0.389ac, which of course does not mean three single homes on the land, but two consisting of three units. May be you should get your facts right before acting like Mr Know it all.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by mahal(m): 11:37am On Aug 21, 2009|
maybe Larez is only trying to tell you that the plot would be tight going by your scope,
From your brief / scope of design compared to the size of plot,
you may not have enough greenery or any green areas left. that wouldn't be nice especially if your client is the one that loves good
outdoor spaces. bungalows usually consume a lot of landspace since they tend to develop horizontally, and for a,
5 rooms all ensuite? with a home office/ study
All rooms cross ventilated
1 living Room
1 family room
Perhaps with a Kitchen, pantry, store and laundry,
This should be a palace.
It's quite a challenging design, but the truth is, with the other scheme added,
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by larez(m): 12:49pm On Aug 21, 2009|
Thanks for the wisdom that you showed in trying to educate dude who is clueless about impervious. I have spent 25 years designing homes built all over the United States, and definitely know what it will take to fit all that stuff in. Now, instead of asking for clarification and advise, he comes talking a whole lot of mumbo jumbo. At least we know what kind of client to expect. I won't touch it with a 10 yard pole.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by kikeige: 11:59pm On Aug 21, 2009|
Your reply is well appreciated.You have demonstrated a good sense of team approach and good leadership role.
As for the slowpoke, Larez, you need to brush up your human relations skill,i,e if you have any at all. I have read some of your replies to postings on naira land and it is easy to conclude that you are one of the failures who sojourn in the white man's land and throw insults at those at the home front trying to do useful work.
Shame on you for spending 25yrs in oyinbo land and you are still there. I am sure by the time you come back to Nigeria with you BA (Begin Again) degree on Fantasy Island Architecture (considering all those ambiguous sketches you posted), those with more realistic ideas like Mahal et al will be available to give you a preliminary coaching on pragmatic designs with focus on the peoples needs and affordability.
I wonder if you have been able to get any partner for your Wonderland Project. Siddon for obodo land dey blow hot and cold.Nah there you go grow old doing boy boy for your grand children.Yeye man. Abeg, carry go.Commot for road make we see better person.
Mahal, pls. kindly suggest something in the alternative for the size of land, that will still be able to meet the demand of rental duplex 3-bedroom bungalow and maybe 4-bedroom personal residence. I doff my cap for you.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by saridonp2: 12:21am On Aug 22, 2009|
Is it correct that roofing a 3 bedroom bungallow with a standard living room,double toilet and a small office will cost 970knaira?I will be glad if you can share your idea with me on this,
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by larez(m): 2:06am On Aug 22, 2009|
And the fool assumes anyone will want to touch his project , Keep dreaming. Thank God that even hungry Architects have dignity. What a badly bred piece of crap.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by ajileko: 6:43am On Aug 22, 2009|
Hey Lanre make you cool down, we got your point but in Nigeria unlike Atlanta, we maximize the land when we build. No waste.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by larez(m): 7:28am On Aug 22, 2009|
And that still doesn't make it right. Lack of green space = Smog and bad health for people around the area. Knowing better demands that you attempt to raise awareness to better your society. And why haven't you given me a price yet on the house?
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by ralph007(m): 12:18pm On Aug 22, 2009|
hi in the room.its been along time since
i came to contribute,and i can see that
many people i doing great job here
so there is not much to say again,
But this time i will like any intrested person
to contact me through my email
firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on
my mobile,07027690390,concerning your
designing,or landed property matter
as am talking now there is 2 hectares of
land at my possesion in mowe ibafo,behind
mountain of fire church,opposite propose
green oak park,if you want to verify
call me i will take you there with a lot of
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by mahal(m): 4:02pm On Aug 22, 2009|
kikeige:A 200 ft by 100ft perfect rectangular plot would be very suitable, if it's bigger than that, fine.
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by mahal(m): 4:22pm On Aug 22, 2009|
Bungalows are quite interesting projects, have done loads of them,
however, land constraints tends to take away freedom of flair, expression and flexibility.
some illustrations of recent and old one's i ve done, (3d illustraions only)
|Re: Home Plans For Bungalows In Nigeria? by mahal(m): 4:25pm On Aug 22, 2009|
A 5 bedroom bungalow with added penthouse suite
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