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How much would it cost to build a house in Poland?


MajaKochaMuminka 1 | 1    
21 May 2017  #1
Hi!
I am Polish and I speak it fluently, however I moved to the UK at the age of 3 but I plan to move back soon. I would love to build my own house, preferably near-ish to Pruszków (Komorów, Michałowice, etc)

I would like to have a house that has 2 floors (Base, 1st floor, 2nd floor) with each floor being 500sqm as I plan to buy a plot of land that is 1500sqm to make sure that it is a house with a garden that has ample space for any future children/changes.

Many Thanks!
Maja
polishlawyer - | 6    
21 May 2017  #2
Hmm, it will be a big house, maybe think about smthing smaller :) ? The price for buidling house in Poland is around 2500-3500 zł per sqm (estate ready to move in ) plus u have to pay for land. U also need to pay notary costs etc.
OP MajaKochaMuminka 1 | 1    
21 May 2017  #3
@polishlawyer
Thanks for that information! I suppose that I could always extend the house if there was ever need for it :)
peterweg 36 | 2,315    
21 May 2017  #4
Are you sure you aren't confusing feet for meters?

1500m2 in an office is enough to support 100 people.

Its 30 x one bedroom flats.

How many children are you going to have - 50?
polishlawyer - | 6    
22 May 2017  #5
Exactly. She probably wants total 450~~ sqm house. :)
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,100    
22 May 2017  #6
a house that has 2 floors (Base, 1st floor, 2nd floor) with each floor being 500sqm

Heating cost will lead you to bankruptcy ;)
DominicB - | 2,645    
22 May 2017  #7
@MajaKochaMuminka

If you have the money to build such a home, you can easily afford to pay a qualified architect to do a proper cost estimate.
conky    
6 Jun 2018  #8
for future reference, as a fellow Pole born in England, although speak like a kn*bhead in Polish ,p a square foot is ~ 1/9 of a sq. meter.

So Maja was asking for actually a very humble sized plot less than 150 sq. m which sounds too little in my opinin;however with a perfectly normal (economical even) size of ~45sq.m. per floor.

Wow, look up feet next time lads.

In the meantime, you can attempt to give numbers, rather than flouting bankruptcy at such a fairly small house.
Richthecat 6 | 58    
8 Jun 2018  #9
Houses cost can vary allot but If you are talking in feet i/e around 150 square metres I built mine including the price of the Land for around 70k english it was cheap in my opinion but there is allot more involved than just a rough guess. I would say have a look at a site that sells plans for houses as they normally have an estimate of how much the cost will be. There will be two prices look at the bigger one as one will be just the elevation and the other will be a rough cost of a finished home but I think that you should come and check and ask as the land price etc will have an impact. I could write a book about all the pitfalls but not on this site for the regulars to pick it apart and tell me I don't know what I am talking about.

If you need any specific advice message me and I will be happy to help.
cms neuf - | 776    
9 Jun 2018  #10
Thats a good price Rich - where was the land ? Was the electric and water already there ?
Richthecat 6 | 58    
10 Jun 2018  #11
The land was cheap because of no water or drains but we had to invest in our own well and septic tank. Once you have invested I think you are better off because then your water needs are almost free other than the electric to pump the water up and the 4 times a year pump out of your tank.

We do live in a village well sort of next to a forest but technically in a village. Also the price was cheap as we built a wooden house all the Pole think we are crazy and that we would freeze to death in the Winter but it is very warm and totally comfortable.

Wooden houses are cheap here because wood is plentifull


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