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3 BHK flat in Hyderabad

Small vs. Big 3 BHK flat in Hyderabad- what’s the difference?

Small versus Big 3 BHK units in Hyderabad could be classified into 3 categories- Small, Medium & Large for the sake of convenience.

Some home buyers encounter the problem that they are unable to tell the difference between a big versus a small 3 BHK unit when they see it on paper.

Plus, on the paper, the focus sometimes is on 1) budget, 2) counting the rooms.

By doing so, the home buyers sometimes do NOT get an appreciation of what REAL SPACE looks like on paper (floor plan design).

A floor plan sometimes is elusive and does NOT allow the home buyer to take the right decision. The purpose of this article is to tell the homebuyers in Hyderabad to be cognizant of one’s space needs and understand the difference between a SMALL vs. BIG space in your 3 BHK unit in Hyderabad.

So, let us just review the 3 sizes as given below, and learn how to read into a floor plan from a convenience and utility point of view…with a clear focus on SPACIOUSNESS. The objective is to see if these will fulfil your family needs immediately as well as in the long run!

1. Small apartment in Hyderabad- ranging between 1300 to 1500 sft

  • Given below is a 3 BHK apartment floor plan measuring 1400 sft, which we can call a small 3 BHK unit
  • What you get in a 3 BHK 1400 sft flat is-
    • Bed 1- Master bedroom- ok size- can barely put one small sofa, with wardrobe it becomes smaller, but still manageable
    • Bed 2- Second biggest room- smaller size- almost same as master, but cannot have two children study comfortably
    • Bed 3- Smallest room- ok for children, not ok for grandparents, ok for guests, feels cramped with furniture
    • Balcony- too small
    • All bathrooms- too small
    • Dining & living- just about ok
    • No utility room- not good as there is no room to store food items, clothing or cater to pets
  • Overall, it’s a budget apartment, which does NOT cater to family needs in the long run
3 BHK flat in Hyderabad

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2. Medium apartment in Hyderabad- ranging between 1500 to 1800 sft

  • Given below is a 3 BHK apartment measuring 1700 sft, which we can call a medium 3 BHK unit
  • What you get in a 3 BHK 1700 sft flat is-
    • Bed 1- Master bedroom- decent size- can easily put one small sofa and study table, manageable space for wardrobe
    • Separate dressing area in master bedroom makes it comfortable
    • Bed 2- Second biggest room- good size- almost same as master, can easily accommodate two children who can study comfortably
    • Bed 3- Smallest room- ok for children, ok for grandparents, ok for guests as well, although it does feel a little cramped with additional furniture
    • Balconies- 3 reasonable sized balconies to gather fresh air, and have lovely moments
    • All bathrooms- just about right sized, although NOT spacious
    • Dining & living- reasonably spacious as compared to small apartment
    • A small utility room- too small, and does NOT meet the requirements of laundry, storing clothing, food & beverages of kitchen. Not pet friendly
  • Overall, it’s a good functional apartment, which caters to family needs in the long run, but will still NOT give good airy feel to the residents when more people live in the house
The Antriksh Overseas Apartments (3BHK+3T (1,700 sq ft)   Study Room 1700 sq ft)

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3. Large apartment 3 BHK flat in Hyderabad- ranging between 1800 to 2300 sft

  • Given below is a 3 BHK apartment measuring 2200 sft, which we can call a large 3 BHK unit
  • What you get in a 3 BHK 2200 sft flat is-
    • Bed 1- Master bedroom- big size- can easily put one small sofa and study table, and lots of space to move around freely
    • Separate area for wardrobe and dressing area in master bedroom makes it highly convenient
    • Bed 2- Second biggest room- good size- can easily accommodate two children who can study comfortably, separate niche (space) given for wardrobe opposite to bathroom, which make the room more spacious
    • Bed 3- Smallest room- ok for children, ok for grandparents, ok for guests as well, although it does feel a little cramped with additional furniture
    • Balconies- 2 reasonable sized balconies to gather fresh air
    • All bathrooms- just about right sized, although NOT spacious
    • Additional room for servant with attached bathroom- good for domestic help
    • Dining & living- reasonably spacious as compared to small apartment
    • Additional family area which makes it a great place to connect even for large families (with more people)
    • A reasonably spacious utility room- meets the requirements of laundry, storing clothing, food & beverages of kitchen. A pet friendly home
    • Technically, you get two utility rooms if your servant room is NOT occupied by a servant
  • If you don’t need a servant room, the same 2200 sft could make your bedrooms and bathrooms even more spacious
  • Overall, it’s a functional apartment, and is meant for those who need a separate servant room. This apartment caters to most family needs in the long run, while giving a good airy feel
Shalimar Gallant (3BHK+3T (2,200 sq ft) 2200 sq ft)

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The whole point is to understand what more square feet of area do for you. Well-designed home with a more square foot area needs to meet your requirement. An efficient design with even a mid-sized unit of 1700-1800 sft also could do wonders. You need to develop an eye for appreciating the designs, and balancing against your family needs.

For instance, in design three (Large 3 BHK above), the area allotted to the servant room could be added to the bedrooms/bathrooms to give you more airy space. If you don’t want the servant to live under the same roof, this design is NOT good for you, and you could instead have more space elsewhere.

To quote Daniel Willey- “A huge mistake that many of us make is to work hard our entire life for money and not require money to work for us in return.”

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