Two level living can mean more room for a pool and more options for layout and functionality inside your new home
The decision between a one or two level home can be complex but it is important to consider the benefits of both before you decide to build. Size, location, cost, aspect and life stage play major considerations in choosing but it is definitely worth researching to ensure you build the right home for you.
One North Shore partner builder, AP Williams and Co is working closely with Stockland to create well-designed two level home and land packages at incredible prices on specially selected lots.
AP Williams and Co Sales Director, Sharnee Williams said buyers were increasingly interested in multi-level homes and it was important to provide them with a choice.
“We have seen an increase in home buyers looking to two storey homes and having recently completed a number of two level homes,” Ms Williams said.
“Generally, it has been buyers saving money on a smaller home site and spending a little more to build another level.
“Going up provides more flexibility in the design of the home as there is generally more options in terms of layout and functionality and on top of that, the street appeal of a two storey home ensures status amongst your street.
“Other advantages are that it allows buyers to gain more space in the yard due to a reduced building footprint, it delivers better views but importantly, it doesn’t have to cost a lot more.”
AP Williams and Co and Stockland North Shore have just released a two level, three-bed, two-bath home and land package walking distance to parklands for just $390,850.
The Urban 177 by AP Williams and Co is packed with quality featuring open plan living with outdoor aspect, stone bench tops, fully air-conditioned, turfed and irrigated turn-key home close to quality parks.
Stockland North Shore Project Director Andrew Astorquia said that two level living was a not just a status symbol but a practical alternative allowing for better use of the allotment and a great choice for those who want that extra space.
“Our customers at North Shore have told us they want affordable two storey homes that still cater for all their needs,” Mr Astorquia said.
“The AP Williams Urban series certainly meets that request and I would encourage anyone considering buying a new home to look at the two-storey alterative.”
AP Williams and Co have a two-storey home on display at the North Shore Display Village at 126 Sunhaven Boulevard, North Shore.
For more information on home designs from AP Williams and Co visit www.apwilliams.com.au