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Re: 2-Story Home with Basement Apartment

Something I just thought about... if anybody wants a go at working on the ground, here's a copy of the file...

5B3b2S-BA1B1b.20160922

I did start in on a garage in the back, but I think I really need try and work on something better? It's nearly 3:00a.m. here and I only started this about an hour ago...
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Re: 2-Story Home with Basement Apartment

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I've done a little bit of an update on this one (mainly because with the other house I recently posted about getting pictures has been a real hassle - taking hours for some weird reason, and then my computer shutting itself off before the pictures are done angry), although I think that I might need to do something to the front of it to "liven it up" some (if anybody has any ideas on that, I'm all ears)... And I still don't know how to add the sloping ground that's part on this design (any ideas on that would be nice too smile)...


Front Aerial View


Back Aerial View

As you can see, I've added a couple of mailboxes, and a welcome mat, to the front as well as furnished all three of the patios in back. I've also added stairs down to the storage area under the garage. There's also supposed to be sloped driveways on both sides of the main building, but I don't know how to include something like that unfortunately...

Besides those screenshots, I also took ones of each floor's floor plan; the garage and the storage area under it I took separately, both because that building is detached from the main building, and because I didn't feel like doing the copying and pasting needed to get them together biggrin. Starting with the lowest level:


Storage area under the garage. Not much to see here. I might add a window or two to the wall with the door in it later if need be, as it could be useful for more than just storage, I think. And I just realized that I hadn't included a walkway from the two staircases around the back of the building to the door...


2-Car garage. I've added windows and some storage shelving.


Basement Apartment and its patio entrance, furnished as an outdoor eating area. I just realized that if I felt like it, I could take that area marked "Underground area - Support only" and add extra rooms to the apartment (making the Laundry room into a small hallway)... maybe something to work on later?


Main floor and its back patio, also furnished as an outdoor eating area. Unfortunately, the front step and the mailboxes weren't included in this picture. At the moment, I have that front bedroom furnished as a sewing room (surprise surprise laughing), but I could furnish it as another guest room or a den, and furnish the attic as an enormous sewing room with the closed off space as I don't know what (extra bathroom maybe laughing)... possibilities smile


Top floor and its patio, furnished mainly as an outdoor sitting area... and as I look at this, I think that I might have "shortchanged" the one bedroom next to the master bathroom... I don't know but I think I might have to work on that at a later date also...


Attic area, which can be used as an extra couple of rooms for whatever purpose the homeowner would want. Not much to see here.
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Re: 2-Story Home with Basement Apartment

So, I've followed with my own suggestions and came up with an alternative.


Aerial front.


Aerial back.


Floor plan of the basement apartment.


Floor plan of the main floor.


Floor plan of the top floor. I didn't make any changes to this floor.


Floor plan of the attic.

I've opened up the "Underground area - Support only", mainly because it seemed a waste of space and I didn't believe the house needed a support like that. In doing so, I moved and enlarged the laundry room, and have been able to add both a second bedroom and a small storage area (or extra room, however you want to use it).

On the Main floor, I took out the sewing stuff and moved it to the attic, and in so doing made this room into a proper bedroom. So this version has two guest bedrooms (or one guest bedroom and a "maid's room", also however you want to use them).

In the Attic, I used the closed off area for the sewing room; much more space for more storage. The rest of the attic is open for either more storage or however you want.

I didn't change any of the garage or the storage area under it, so I didn't take any pictures of it.
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I am so devastated at the moment; my computer crashed on me yesterday without warning, and I lost a good number of the house designs I've been working on (not to mention other things I'd saved on it). The ones that I didn't lose were ones that I downloaded to MediaFire, but some of those aren't quite updated (I posted those there then made modifications, but didn't save the modifications). crying

So, it looks like some of them I'm going to have to start from scratch, and some I'll have to update, hopefully with the help of the pictures I've posted here and on Facebook as references. That'll take some time though.
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Upon looking at the list of the houses that I'd posted to this site, I found that this was one that I hadn't posted about since my old computer died last year. Fortunately I had a copy of this house on MediaFire; unfortunately it wasn't the most recently posted version.

For the last few days I have been working on updating that file to about where I'd had it before (with some different furniture choices, but basically the same), as well as taking some pictures of it. The thing is, within the last couple of hours or so I've come up with some changes that have made most of those pictures un-sharable. Oops.

Here's what I've got so far, and I'm not sure if I'll make any further changes.

And here are what pictures I can share at the moment (not like how I usually share pictures since the website I usually use to do so isn't working right now).

https://photos.app.goo.gl/MTF6tVuhfs5nPWZ89

Those are pictures of the basement apartment, except for the storage room which is just a big empty box, as well as some outside views of the garage/storage shed behind the house. biggrin

I'm going to try and get more pictures done as soon as I can.
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Here's the most recent copy of this house.

Okay, it looks like the website that I've been using for storing and posting pictures is shutting down, so I'm going to try somewhere else. Let's see how this works.

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Alrighty then... I've tried several different sites (Google Photos, MediaFire, and imgbb) but none of them want me to share them it seems, so I'll share the albums that I'd created on all three of them...

Google Photos

MediaFire

imgbb

Yeah, I'm disappointed. crying In the websites, not my work!
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