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How to Build a 30×54 ft House Elevation Photo 2 Floor Plan

By reading this article you will discover the steps to take to get a truly amazing set of elevations for your home. Elevations are very important to the overall appearance and overall appeal of your house, so pay attention and make sure you choose the right plan. These steps will help you choose the right plan and then build your dream house.

There are many different online companies that offer free plans for building homes, but what if you want to have a one of a kind house elevation photo plan? If you want the most detailed and unique elevation plans available on the market, then you need to have a professional set of plans. These plans will show you everything from floor plans to the exact specifications for each room and exterior area in the house. There are hundreds of amazing high-resolution plans available to choose from if you want the best.

You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to understand what an excellent house elevations photo means. If you look at a house with an amazing set of aerial photos and floor plans, you’ll immediately see the focal point of the project…the loft. These plans will show you every detail of how you can build the entire house at ground level using the most efficient design possible.

To begin this process, make sure you visit several loft plans online. You should start by finding a site that offers free single and multi-level loft plans. Look through the layouts available and narrow it down to one or two that really appeal to you. Once you’ve found a few that you like, take a moment to read about the builder and the projects they’ve done in the past.

Architectural plans offer a plethora of advantages when it comes to building a new home…and this includes your attic! Most architectural plans offer detailed instructions on how to build the upper levels of the home…and many of them show how to construct the attic as well. The plans offer precise blueprints that are easy to read and understand. If you are building from the ground up…especially an attic, you will definitely want to consult with an architect before starting the construction process.

Next, you need to decide whether you are going to build the house on the second floor or the first floor. Obviously, building the first floor requires additional work and more materials than building the lower level. The best way to decide which option is best for you is to visit the site with the architectural plan in hand. You can then take note of the steps needed to achieve each floor plan. If you wish to build the lower level first…make sure you find out how much space will be required for stairs.

The third and final step is to build the roof. You can choose to do this inside the existing attic, which is also the most economical way to accomplish this project. Or you may choose to extend an existing roof by building a new, longer roof over the opening in the attic. You will have to include all new roofing material in your budget, but using recycled materials can cut down on your cost. Whatever way you choose to go…building the loft will definitely be an interesting project.

Now that you have decided to build the loft, you are ready to start your research. Find local builders in the area that specialize in a loft building. Ask for references and/or testimonials from past projects. Make sure you keep up on the latest news and advances in this area. By keeping all of the above information in mind…you will be sure that your next project goes off without a hitch.

30×54 ft house elevation photo two floor plan


house plan details 


Land area 30*54 ft 1620 sq ft

east facing


ground floor


 1 common bedroom 15.3*12.3 ft

1 common Toilet 8.0*8.0 ft

1 Kitchen 9.0*9.6 ft

1 living hall 23.6*22.0 ft

1 pooja room 5.0*9.6 ft

Staircase position inside

Parking space 15.10*11.0 ft


1 floor


Total 4 rooms 1 master bedroom

1 normal bedroom 1 drawing room 1 GYM room

1 master bedroom 15.3*12.3 ft

and attach toilet 8.0*8.0 ft

1 normal bedroom 14.6*15.6 ft

1 drawing room 11.0*15.0 ft

1 GYM room 9.3*11.3 ft

Balcony 5.0*16.0 ft


30×54 ft house elevation photo two floor plan

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