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    Thai House Plans - Nice 2 Story Thai Style House

    2 story Thai style house, plenty of rooms and outside covered area.







    Full architect plans for this Thai style house can be downloaded here Nice 2 story Thai style house plans.zip - 4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download

    More Thai House Plans here.

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    looks like a temple to me

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    One of the better Thai-farang hybrids. Just change the colour scheme. And the balcony roof. Who the feck wants a roof slanting down to their balcony railings?

    Maybe it's a high-so thing, stops natural sunlight so helps keep you anemic looking.

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    Chao faa's could use some shaping/styling but I like! Looks like you could actually walk underneath too, as modeled. The balcony overhang would be an easy change and would save some Baht.

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    looks nice i would like to build something like this one day... pity about the links to the plans too many dud links having to download etc, anyone know of any good honest house builders in phuket?

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    I'm a builder
    Could go to Phuket for the right job
    The wife will probably complain but hey
    Work is work
    Just getting going here now
    I come from the uk also
    Email me if you want something not pm I don't have enough posts to answer you just yet ok

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    Quote Originally Posted by andy bryant
    I'm a builder Could go to Phuket for the right job The wife will probably complain but hey
    if she complained to immigation, they would be happy

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    Not a lot of point immigration don't bother legitimate workers
    I mean the thai women jealousy thing

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    Andy do you work for Thai rates of pay per day?


    If not what are your rates per day>?

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    has anyone actually build this design?

    ??

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    Welcome to the Buffalo Board...Isn't there one in Graceland?...

    Anyway, hold the line...Someone will assist you shortly...

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    nice but handy?

    Hello,

    First; a hard wood house is expensive
    Second; try to find true carpenters
    Three; you have stairs at older age it is terrible

    I think you have more fun of a house when you build a one story house. A bungalow no larger then 160 m2 plus a big carport. In case you live with 2 persons.

    In Thailand you have a lot of dust, 10x more than in western countries. Try to keep it clean. I see older Thai with similar houses as you have showed, that they extend the ground floor living space, because they can't use the stairs anymore. Build your house on a monticule, incase there might be flooding.

    Myself I live in a 300m2 bungalow, hard to clean, hard to cool and high energy bills. My uncle has a 2 story house, around 450m2. He need 2 maebaans to keep it clean.

    Well, this is what I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Black
    First; a hard wood house is expensive Second; try to find true carpenters Three; you have stairs at older age it is terrible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Black View Post
    Myself I live in a 300m2 bungalow, hard to clean, hard to cool and high energy bills. My uncle has a 2 story house, around 450m2. He need 2 maebaans to keep it clean.

    I'll bet the maebasns are happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnG View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Johannes Black View Post
    Myself I live in a 300m2 bungalow, hard to clean, hard to cool and high energy bills. My uncle has a 2 story house, around 450m2. He need 2 maebaans to keep it clean.

    I'll bet the maebasns are happy.
    I think so, he has a second building 150m2 for his vehicles.....

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