Kamiyoga 3-chome House
ID : H0030983 - House in Kamiyoga, Tokyo
The house to appreciate nature in Kamiyoga 3-chome. It is in a nice residential environment with rich greenery near Baji Equestrian Park and Kinuta Park. The property harmonizes nicely to well-organized town setting in Kamiyoga 3-chome while you can enjoy beautiful nature in the city.
|Address||3, Kamiyoga, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo|
|Station||Tokyu-Denentoshi Line, Yoga Station : 8 min.-walk|
|Ownership Type||Ownership||Gross Land Size||330.59 sq.m. / 3,557.15 sq.ft.|
|Use Zoning||Category I Exclusively Llow-rise Residential Zone|
|Bldg-to-land Ratio||50%||Floor-to-land Ratio||100%|
|Status of Boundary||South side lot line touches 11.00M-width Public Way|
|Structure / Scale||Wooden steel / RC / 2 floors above, 1 floor below||Completion||October, 2008|
|Floor Size||343.91 sq.m. / 3,700.47 sq.ft.||Balcony Size||-|
|Layout||6BR + 1Tatami|
The house to appreciate nature in Kamiyoga 3-chome. It is in a nice residential environment with rich greenery near Baji Equestrian Park and Kinuta Park.
The ground floor of this house is positioned approximately two meters higher than the road level. This building is designed to house a large family with two generations in a 2-story building with a basement by taking advantage of the elevation gap.
A variety of trees such as oak, kiwi trees, etc. are planted around the 60 sqm. space garden that lies outside of the living room on the ground floor. Some white-eye birds and great tits gather around this garden.
Plenty of plants and trees planted around the garden also help to secure privacy around the house.
The floor plan for one unit is 4LDK occupying the basement, and the ground floor and another unit is 3LDK occupying the 2nd floor, which is recommended to the younger family.
A roof patio is set on the rooftop from where you can see Mt. Fuji on sunny days.
In addition, a wine cellar, bookshelf, and a guest room are placed in the basement. The basement is connected to all floors with an elevator as well as stairs.
In the dry area in the basement, a courtyard is placed. Thanks to this courtyard, all rooms on the basement appear amazingly bright, considering that they are in the basement. Further, this courtyard not only helped the basement became breezy and bright, but it also helps to bring in more breeze to all around the house. The walls are hand-done plaster walls, and natural oak woods are used for the floors. These materials produce warmth of the nature around the house.
The Japanese room on the basement is a tasteful and authentic Japanese room where sunlight falls in gently, and has been used as a space to enjoy Japanese traditional dance performances.
The building is built in the KES construction. The KES structure is developed by incorporating the advantages of both of the 2x4 and steel constructions. It is reported that the KES structure buildings tolerated the Level 7 earthquakes previously.