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As the price of land skyrockets in most Australian cities, many people have to make maximum use of the available space by building narrow blockhouses. For prospective homeowners, the thought of building a home that is nine or even seven meters wide may not be very comforting.
However, the good news is with the right design; you can have a beautiful narrow block home that comes close if not surpassing your dream home. If you own a narrow block piece of property, you may want to read on for ideas on home designs suitable for your size of land.
It All Starts With Getting A Home Designer Specializing In Narrow Block Homes
Every designer can design a beautiful and inviting home given ample space. However, the story may be different if the area is small.
The recent years have seen a significant increase in narrow block home design. It may even be possible you have been into one and didn’t like it. The truth is the problem may not be with the house, but it’s the designer.
If you intend to develop your limited space and make the most out of it, these home designs by Dennis Family Homes are worth looking at and can probably change your perception of narrow block homes.
Designs You May Want To Check Out
If you want a luxurious home design but are limited by space, the Heathcoat is the design for you. It features a master suite at the back designed to provide the best view of the outdoor alfresco.
The design also features four bedrooms with walk-in robes, two bathrooms, an extra living room, and a big garage for two vehicles. And that is not all; you can customize the plan to fit your needs.
This home has dimensions of 14.52m by 20.99m. If you have a lot that measures 16m by 28m, the Heathcoat is the design you may want to have and is guaranteed to make you love coming home.
If you have a piece of property that is 16m by 30m or thereabout, the Macedon is a design worth considering. The Macedon home design occupies 14.64m by 22.91m of space, leaving a little space for a small front yard. This home design is especially great for families that love to entertain.
It features two living rooms, three bedrooms with large storage areas, two bathrooms, a study, a spacious alfresco that can be converted into a dining area for entertaining guests, and a garage big enough for two cars. That means, with the Macedon, you don’t have to worry about the size of your lot limiting your love to entertain.
If you want to own your first home and are on a budget, you may consider Curtin. This design allows the house to sit 16m by 20m and measures 14.75m by 13.25m, meaning you will have your home and a little space left for a small front yard.
This one-storied home features one living room, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a one-vehicle garage space. The highlight of this design is its roomy kitchen and living space designed to take in as much light as possible. If you are looking for an exciting beginning to homeownership with limited space, this is a design to consider.
There is a design for practically any size of property you may have, provided you work with a skilled designer. Just because your lot space is limited does not mean that your imagination should. So, get imaginative, reach out to a designer and see your dreams of owning a home come true even with your small space.