Average Cost Of Building A 4 Bedroom House In South Africa

What is a Building

A building, or edifice, is a structure with a roof and walls standing more or less permanently in one place, such as a house or factory.


Average Cost Of Building A 4 Bedroom House In South Africa

In summary, the cost of building a house in South Africa can be anywhere between R10,000 and R20,000 per square meter or from R800,000 for a small 2 bedroom home in the North West Province to R7,000,000 for a 4 bedroom property in Kwa Zulu Natal.

How much does it cost to build a 4 bedroom house?

The average cost of our single-story four-bedroom houses is R 4168278.80 and the average cost of our double-story four-bedroom houses is R5143328.98. However, site costs (which will be added to these average costing figures) will need to be taken into consideration.

How long does it take to build a house?

A traditional build typically takes around 5-6 months to complete, including around 4 weeks to pour the concrete slab. However, a buffer should be added to this as it can often be longer in the winter months or when there are unforeseen earthworks involved or building material shortages.

How many square Metres is a 4 bedroom house?

The ideal size for a four-person home is between 223 and 260 square meters.

What are the 5 stages of building a house?

Let us help you and your family understand how it all works.

  • Home Building Phase #1: Plans and Permitting. …
  • Home Building Phase #2: The Site Work and Masonry Phase. …
  • Home Building Phase #3: Framing. …
  • Home Building Phase #4: Plumbing, Electric & More. …
  • Home Building Phase #5: Insulation, Drywall & Flooring.