The Lakeview range offers a series of clever, compact home designs that have been specially crafted to suit wide-frontage lots. Designed to maximise living space, these homes have been thoughtfully designed to strike the right balance between open living and private retreat. At the front of the home you’ll find an open-plan family living zone, including designer kitchen, walk-in pantry and covered alfresco. Wrapping around a private central courtyard, to the rear you have a choice of three or four bedrooms, stylish main bathroom and ensuite, a media room and a separate kids activity zone. (more…)
It pays to do your homework when comparing building quotes…
There are too many factors that determine the cost to construct a new home. As such, a comparison of quotes to build a new home can be quite tedious. Aspects of the home building process can be confusing to those who don’t know much about the industry. (more…)
When designing a new home, you need to decide between zoned living and open plan living. Most homes are traditionally built with individual rooms, all of which have their own purpose. However, over the years, there has been a shift in open plan living.
More light and space are just a couple of advantages of open plan living. Of course, there are several disadvantages that should be taken into consideration before you begin designing your new home. Such negatives might not even be apparent until you settle in! (more…)
Don’t turn your dream project into your worst nightmare!
Prior to choosing a builder to construct your new home, doing some research can save you from a lot of hassles. Very frequently, homeowners sign contracts without going over the fine details. When choosing a builder, the trust factor is of paramount importance. By making specific queries as part of the screening process, you will have confidence that the builder you select is the right one for your job. (more…)