With the right selection of furnishings, even a four-bedroom house can feel more like a two- or three-room apartment. Having an extra sofa or two in each room makes hosting parties a breeze. So that guests have a place to sit and eat while conversing, you could, for instance, place a sofa in the living room and another in the kitchen. If you want your guests to feel at home while they’re staying with you, it’s a good idea to provide each room with an extra chair. In this way, there will always be adequate room for everyone’s needs.
An ample amount of living space is a prerequisite for leading a contented and healthy existence.
Today’s rapid technological development has resulted in equally rapid shifts in residential architecture. There is more room, better airflow, and increased safety in modern buildings. Green building techniques are used in some designs as well, which is another plus. There will be plenty of space for all of your belongings in any house plan you select.
A home that has been thoughtfully designed can provide a high level of comfort as well as aesthetic satisfaction.
It’s easy to keep everything in its place and enjoy the comforts of home in a four-bedroom house. Furthermore, two-story houses are more fashionable than one-story homes because they look more modern and sophisticated. The addition of furniture also increases the amount of usable storage space in each room.
There is plenty of room for everyone in a four-bedroom house.
For optimal storage, it needs to be at least three rooms deep. It needs to have a living room, a dining area, and a kitchen in addition to the bedrooms. The bedrooms could benefit from the installation of closets if you need more room to store things. In this way, it won’t be difficult to sort through your household items. Your preferred home furnishings can even be prioritized for ease of access.
There is more usable space in a two-story home compared to a single-story one.
The obvious benefit is that you can have more people live in your home without raising the rent. Two-story homes, on the other hand, tend to be more fashionable. Each room contributes to the building’s attractiveness and comfort, giving the impression that it was designed with families in mind. Sofas, coffee tables, and accent pieces like vases and artwork are commonplace in a two-story home’s furniture arrangement. Adding a few pieces of tall-backed furniture throughout your home can instantly elevate its aesthetic without forcing you to sacrifice usable space.
- Sq. Ft.: 7,149
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 4.5
- Garage: 3
Welcome to photos and footprint for a 4-bedroom two-story European home. Here’s the floor plan:
Main Level Floor Plan
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Gallery for 4-Bedroom Two-Story European Home with First-Class Amenities
behind the dining set is a large set of sliding glass doors that gives access to the backyard.
The black wooden dining table and its matching wooden chairs stand out in this area surrounded by beige walls.
This low ceiling has exposed wooden beams and a wrought iron chandelier that looks like a row of candles.
Here, you will see that the dining area is topped with a lower ceiling than the living room.
This is the view of the living room from the perspective of the dining area through the open wall.
This also brightens the dark hardwood flooring that is topped with a couple of area rugs and golden coffee tables for an eclectic addition.
The comfortable sofa set in the living room is illuminated with an abundance of natural lighting coming in from the arched tall glass wall.
The large fireplace of the living room has a white mantle topped with a wall-mounted artwork flanked by wall lamps.
Above the living room is the indoor balcony with wrought iron railings that stand out against the beige walls.
The living room area has a large wall opening on the side that directly leads to the dining area and kitchen.
This is the living room with a soaring high ceiling that hangs a two-tier round chandelier over the cushioned coffee table in the middle.
Upon entry, you are welcomed by this foyer on the right by the base of the spiral staircase with a simple wooden table.
The small floor space of the entryway is augmented by the glass double doors that give an illusion of more space.
This small entry way is lit with a welcoming yellow light from the lighting that hangs from the ceiling.
These pillars supporting the arch of the main entry has white brick bases that match with the exterior walls.
This closer look at the main entry shows its archway supported by a couple of pillars on each side.
This view highlights the concrete driveway and courtyard at the front of the house bordered with simple landscaping.
Aside from the main entry, there is also a couple of other doors that connect the interiors with the front yard.
This view showcases the cylindrical section of the house beside the main entry with thin windows.
These exterior walls are also complemented by the wall-mounted lamps that glow warmly with yellow light.
The exterior walls of the front of the house has a textured white brick look contrasted by the dark tone of the roofs.
These garage doors have a dark wooden tone that stands out against the white exterior walls.
This view of the house shows the lovely three dormer windows above the arched garage doors.
The rear elevation of the home shows the large opening wall of the gym right by the edge of the pool side area.
A farther view of the rear left elevation with a focus on the proximity of the covered areas with the pool at the back.
This is a closer look at the rear left elevation where you can see the covered outdoor areas.
This is the rear right view of the home that showcases the large roll-up doors of the gym
The rear left elevation of the house shows the large windows and lovely stone walls of the exterior.
This is the rear left elevation showing the three dormer windows on this other side.
This left elevation view of the house makes you appreciate the combination of the glass wall and the three dormer windows.
The rear left elevation of the house still glimpses the large glass wall that dominates the left side.
The left elevation of the house showcases the large glass wall of the great room.
This is the front right elevation where you can glimpse the beautiful outdoor areas at the back of the house.
The right elevation of the house gives a glimpse of the garage doors and the narrow windows on this side.
This is a farther view of the front right elevation showing the beauty of the design.
This front right elevation showcases the three dormer windows above the garage doors.
This front elevation of the house features the driveway leading to the small courtyard.
This is the front elevation of the house showing the garage doors and main entry.