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Dağ Evi Tasarımları #2


Bir öncekidağ evi tasarımları yazımızın tahmin ettiğimden daha fazla ilgi görmesi beni epey sevindirdi. Hal böyle olunca hemen ikincisini yazmak istedim. Bu sefer biraz daha makul bir yapım maliyeti olacak bir tasarım paylaşıyorum. Metrekare olarak da daha küçük, hafta sonlarını harika geçirmenizi sağlayacak şirin bir dağ evi tasarımı örneği karşınızda.

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