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Digital Subscriptions > Build It > December 2019 > Build cost basics: Is a one-and-a-half storey property better value than a two-storey?

Build cost basics: Is a one-and-a-half storey property better value than a two-storey?

The Build It Estimating Service’s Adrian Wild explores the cost difference between these two building design options

Adrian Wild is managing director of HBXL Building Software, which powers the Build It Estimating Service. The service will enable you to calculate your project costs right down to the last roof tile. Find out more at www.self-build.co.uk/estimate

Some self builders – and planning departments – are keen on the look of one-and-a-half storey houses. Sometimes referred to as storey-and-a-half or chalet/dormer bungalows, as the names imply, these properties feature rooms positioned between the ceiling of the first storey and the roofline, without full-height walls on the upper level. The second storey benefits from either dormers, rooflights or gable ends with windows.

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Read this issue of Build It, which is packed full of inspirational and informative readers’ homes, as well as expert advice on issues from budgets and planning to project management and design. This month: - Design Ideas for Tight Budgets - Eco-Home Renovation Mistakes to Avoid - Value-for-Money Kitchen Ideas - How to Project Manage your Self Build ...And much more!