Cost of this house?

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Postby thaifly » Sat May 24, 2008 12:49 pm

Auggie wrote:
chiangmaiexpat wrote:It looks like the plan has to be modified significantly for Thailand. It's not only the mansard rooms, but what are you going to do with a hearth room in Thailand? A closed garage?

Regarding the cost: the plan specification is 314 sqm. I think this figure is misleading for a cost estimation, as it probably refers to indoor living space minus walls. The footprint of the house is 30.2 m x 14.6 m which comes up to 440 sqm for the first floor plus roughly 150 sqm for the second floor = 590 sqm. If you calculate 10k/sqm for standard materials, this would already be 5.9 mil.

Cheers, CMX


I would modify the design to place a bedroom where the hearth room is, and a bed room where the breakfast room is. And make it a single story. Possibly have only one bay as a closed garage, and the other two open. I would also like to see a pool out the back and a deck.

So if I only do one level, with your estimates at 10K/sqm, that puts me just over 4M. But I do not know if 10K is realistic or not.

A friend of mine who has built many houses in the west and also in Thailand did not have many good things to say about it. He thinks it is a great design, but layed out some of the costs and problems to build such a house here. Still, going to poke around a bit more to see if it has any chance at all.

Cheers
gidday auggie....its the thaifly from mae rim....relating...to 10.k sq meter..as a realistic figure...that price was a very good yard stick...to use prior to ...2008.... as recent postings suggest on the forum...refering to materials increases...in 2008....you can whack another 20%on this which will bring it to 12.k...a sq meter...we have been building our project close to 3 yrs now....and we are on our third builder to boot for one reason or another...so i feel with the monitering the prices over that period 12 k is a good shout for me....to give u another example we have just recently completed our SALA AT 7500 BAHT A SQ METER...a sala mind u ......so auggie take a tip...10k is not a realistic figure unles u want to take the SHORT CUTS..its a healthy gidday to all its the thai fly from mae rim
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