Construction cost of 1 Kanal house
1 Kanal House
1 Kanal is a common house size in Pakistan. Most housing societies in Pakistan have the houses of size 1 Kanal. In Pakistan residential land is measured in Marla and Kanal. 1 Marla is equal to 225 square feet and 1 Kanal is equal to 20 Marla. Therefore, 1 Kanal house is one that is built on the land of size 4500 square feet.
1 Kanal plot or land size:
There are many sizes of 1 Kanal plots but ideal sizes are 50’x90’ and 45’x100’.
Design of 1 Kanal House
Design of 1 Kanal house has lot of variation. Due to the ample land, architects have lot of maneuvering space. In 1 Kanal house design, open spaces are provided on both sides of house and also on front and back. Front space is then utilized as garden. Ventilation and natural light is provided from open spaces on both sides and front & back. Generally a car porch for 3-4 cars, drawing room, living room, kitchen, dining room, two bedrooms with attached bathrooms, laundry room, pantry room and powder room are provided on ground floor, whereas three bedrooms with attached bathrooms, store room, separate kitchen, living room and servant quarters are provided on first floor.
Covered area of 1 Kanal double storey house
Approximate covered area of a 1 Kanal double storey house is 4500 square feet.
Construction cost of 1 Kanal double storey house
Per square foot construction cost in Pakistan is 2500-4000 PAK Rupees. Construction cost of a double storey 1 Kanal house of covered area 4500 square feet is 11,250,000-18,000,000 PAK Rupees. This variation depends on the type of finishes and fixtures you chose for your 1 Kanal home.
- Construction cost in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Gwadar, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Multan, Peshawar, Gujranwala, Sialkot, Abbottabad, Bahawalpur, Quetta, Sargodha, Hyderabad Sindh, Sahiwal, Jhelum, Gujrat Pakistan, Sheikhupura, Kasur and other cities of Pakistan varies due to variation in construction material rates.
- Construction costs / rates in this blog are updated regularly (last updated on 26-05-2017).