I recall about 10 years ago I used some free software where I basically drew a house plan of my house, including wall widths and heights, and could then view it in 3d. Basically I drew a line (eg for a wall) then entered properties such as thickness, height, materials, etc., and then went on a drew the next wall (perpendicular or at specified angle to the first wall) and so-on until I'd input all of my house.
Now I thought that software was Google Sketchup, so I tried out the new Sketchup free (web-based, by Trimble), but that doesn't allow me to specify properties for the lines. I even found an old 2011 download for Google Sketchup to see if they'd just changed it dramatically, but that old version doesn't look much different from the new one.
So now I'm looking for any free software that allows me to do what I recall doing with that old software. I don't need much more than what I've described above - I just want to visualise an idea, but I can't quite do it with the Sketchup functionality.
I'm using Windows 10 Pro 64 bit. I'm happy for this to be download or web-based, and want it to be free (but a 2-week trial sort of thing is probably adequate, as I don't think I'll need it longer than that). It's for totally non-commercial purposes, if that makes a difference.
Edit: To be clear, I'm not wanting to draw a house, rather I want to be able to draw some objects/shapes like a box or furniture that has sides with thickness as well as the shape dimensions (eg a 1m X 2m shape that has sides that are 10mm thick)