The Perth market has changed over the years and is now seeing a need for clever narrow lot home designs as block sizes decrease in tandem with the increased desire to live city central. It’s a lifestyle choice that savvy new home builders are making to have it all. A fabulous two storey home, in a suburb they want to live in. And why should you compromise? Choose to live your best life.
Our award-winning design team has assembled a collection of more than 30 narrow lot home designs to optimise the available floorspace on a narrow block. View our designs here, or scroll on to see a few of our favourites!
How small is too small? 7.5m wide right? Nope! Take a bet on The Booker. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and open plan kitchen, living, and dining ensure you’re equipped with everything you need. Upstairs Provides a great retreat for guests with the third bedroom and home theatre – or why not use it as a flex space, office, gaming room or home yoga studio anyone?
Think you couldn’t possibly have a functional family home on a 9m wide block? Then it’s time to think again. The Kirby is sure to impress from the sleek elevation to the clever floorplan which boasts 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a home theatre included in this home.
The Ordway’s traditional elevation with a modern twist is simply inviting and allows for free-flowing movement from the front veranda through to the alfresco. 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a home theatre are all perfectly planned for a 10m wide block.
And included in our Your Choice Range – where you choose your build technique, timeline, and price – is The Calverton, which proves you don’t need a big block to live large! With a street frontage of just 9.99m required for this 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, Hampton’s inspired home is super impressive. Designed to take advantage of every inch, this is a cleverly zoned, incredibly spacious family home. And it’s under $300k!
New Level Homes are Perth’s best value 2 storey builder. Better, faster and more affordable. The next step starts with you.
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