front elevation single floor

Building a Single House Elevation Plan

In the world of property plans, a 30×37 ft single house elevation plan is not an uncommon type of layout. This is because it’s one that can meet all the basic requirements needed for the construction of a house. It also has the advantage of being very user friendly and convenient to build. The first item we’re going to look at in this article is the elevation of the proposed house. It is important to know this because this will affect what kind of land you have available for construction.

The best house elevation plan is one that has the lowest floor elevation. The reason why this is so is because the ground you’ll be standing on when you build your house should be level. If it isn’t or it’s not level then you won’t be able to build your house at all.

Most people don’t realize this but an ideal house has an elevation that’s less than three hundred feet off the ground. If you’re going to build your own house, you don’t really have any excuses now do you? The house elevation plan you choose has to meet these standards. It may even be required by law if you live in certain areas of the country.

So how does this whole thing get started anyway? First things first, you need to make sure the proposed house is at least three hundred feet from the ground level. If it’s more than that then you must alter the plan to fit the elevation change that needs to be made. This process of changing the elevation of your plan will happen over time as you progress through the design stages of your construction project.

When it comes to choosing the right house elevation plan you’ll want to think about things such as where you’re going to build your house, what materials you’re going to use to build it, what kind of roof are you going to put on it, and what sort of landscaping and exterior features are you going to incorporate into the plan. You’ll also need to consider such things as the distance between your house and the property lines, and what you want your driveway to look like. All of these things are going to play a role in determining what type of house you build and where you build it at.

So how does one go about getting an ideal house elevation plan? Well, you could always hire an architect and he or she could show you what they have designed for other projects. However, most architects don’t really have any experience with designing houses that high. There are some things you can do though, and many of them start with a simple Google search to get an idea of what you need to consider when building your house.


So, one of the first things you need to decide on is whether you’re going to build your house on concrete slabs or soil. Obviously, if you’re going to install a concrete slab on your own, then this isn’t something you’re going to be able to do very easily yourself. That’s when you will need to hire someone else to do it for you. Once you know the difference between these two different types of building materials, then you can move on to the next part of the elevation plan: the soil density and the soil composition.

This is actually very important, because if you put a lot of effort into building your house and you end up with soil that’s too dense, you won’t have a lot of space inside your house. If the soil density and the amount of space available to you are too low, you will be sacrificing a lot of space inside your house. This means that your house elevation plan is going to have to change to accommodate more people inside of the house. Fortunately though, there are software programs out there that can help you with this. You can also use the house elevations on the Internet to help you work out some possible designs. This is a much cheaper alternative than hiring a landscape architect.

30×37 ft single house elevation ground floor plan


house plan details 


Plot size – 30.37 ft 1110 sq ft

Direction – east facing


Ground floor


1 Master bedroom 11.0*12.0 ft

and attach toilet 4.0*7.0 ft

1 kid room 10.0*10.0 ft

Common toilet 5.0*7.0 ft

Kitchen and dining 7.0*9.0 ft, 7.0*8.0 ft

Hall 13.0*15.0 ft

Staircase position outside

Parking 10.0*15.0 ft


30×37 ft single house elevation ground floor plan

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