A contemporary split-level home with a traditional touch

Today, we are showing you another split-level home design for your inspiration.  Though in our previous posts we have defined what a split-level home is, we will be defining it here again for those who have missed that issue.

A split-level home, which is also called a bi-level or tri-level home has floor levels that are staggered.  The floor levels are divided into two or three levels connected by two sets of short stairs.  Most split-level homes have a basement that houses the garage, a living room or receiving area, an office/work area, laundry area, and storage.


The main level usually contains the living room, dining area, kitchen and a common toilet and bathroom. In some designs, the main level also has one or two bedrooms, however, in most designs, the bedrooms are usually located in the upper level.

In some designs, the basement area is usually unfinished and is mainly used as a garage and a storage or laundry area.

One side of the house looks like a single-storey.  This side does not show where the split is.  The split is often shown on its frontage, on the other side or even on the back side.

This is the back side of the house showing the basement unfinished area which is usually used for utilities and laundry facilities.


  • One and a half-storey house
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • living room
  • dining roo
  • kitchen
  • balconies
  • Cost: USD 50,000-70,000 or Php 2.5-3.5M

If you like this design and would like to request for the floor plan, you may contact us by leaving your comment here.  Our architects will be very glad to have you assisted. We post different designs every day which you can use for your inspiration. You can browse through our other designs and contact us if you need further assistance.

You may want to check our other websites as well.  You can click on the following hyperlinks and you will be redirected to the websites. There are many designs for you to choose from.  Each design has its own unique features where you may get ideas from to build your own. If you like the design, please don’t forget to share on your wall for others to see. Sit back and enjoy. Visit us again soon. Thank you!

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