Bellriver Homes, a home building company headquartered in Sydney, has announced the opening of their Northern Beaches Knockdown Rebuild Centre on Sydney's Northern Beaches. The Knockdown Rebuild Centre offers clients a free knockdown rebuild consultation for anyone interested in learning more about this process. The knockdown rebuild process entails demolishing an existing property and then repurposing the land to build a new home.
Because vacant land is scarce on Sydney's Northern Beaches, the knockdown rebuild method is becoming more popular in the area. Homeowners and real estate investors alike have commented that many homes on the Northern Beaches are older designs with small, dark living rooms that are unsuitable for modern living. For many households, moving to a different location is usually not an option because land values in the area have risen dramatically in recent years, resulting in homes that are only worth somewhat more than the land value.
Therefore, usually its financially beneficial to rebuild the home rather than moving to another address. Furthermore, moving to a different location has a massive impact on the family. By remaining in the same address by simply rebuilding the home, the family can retain their established lifestyle while boosting the value of the property.
Those who are interested can visit the centre to view the "Brookhaven 44" display home. The 5 bedroom, 5.5 bathroom home design is located at 70 Warringah Road, Narraweena, NSW 2099
It is also important to note that a knockdown rebuild is less costly than a renovation. A knockdown rebuild is a more cost-effective alternative in having a new home in the same location compared to extensive renovations.
Many individuals are surprised to learn that large home improvements might cost up to 10% more than a complete rebuild. This is because, in terms of dollar cost per square metre, rebuilding from the ground up is typically more cost-effective than upgrading a home. Bundling work and procuring materials in bulk might result in significant cost savings. Furthermore, clearing a parcel of land is less expensive than demolishing portions of a property, which becomes a complicated task when considering the home's structural integrity.
Consultants at the Northern Beaches Knockdown Rebuild Centre advise homeowners that there are certain indications when it is time to knockdown rebuild. These include when: the home has become too small for a growing family; when several homes need to be renovated; when the family loves the location but not the home; and when the family wants a more modern and contemporary house. Furthermore, it is important to note that a knockdown rebuild can be less expensive than buying a new home.
The company provides knockdown rebuild services across the Northern Beaches Council area including the suburbs and localities of Avalon Beach, Balgowlah, Allambie Heights, Bayview, Beacon Hill, Balgowlah Heights, Bilgola Beach, Bilgola Plateau, Belrose, Church Point, Clareville, Brookvale, Coasters Retreat, Collaroy, Clontarf, Cottage Point, Cromer, Collaroy Plateau, Currawong Beach, Davidson, Curl Curl, Duffys Forest, Elanora Heights, Dee Why, Fairlight, Forestville, Elvina Bay, Freshwater, Great Mackerel Beach, Frenchs Forest, Killarney Heights, Ku-ring-gai Chase, Ingleside, Manly, Manly Vale, Lovett Bay, Mona Vale, Morning Bay, McCarrs Creek, Narraweena, Newport, Narrabeen, North Curl Curl, North Manly, North Balgowlah, Oxford Falls, Palm Beach, North Narrabeen, Queenscliff, Scotland Island, Pittwater, Terrey Hills, Warriewood, Seaforth, Wheeler Heights, and Whale Beach.
Those who are interested in learning more about knockdown rebuild services book a free consultation via knockdownrebuildnorthernbeaches.com, or visit the Northern Beaches Knockdown Rebuild Centre at 70 Warringah Road, Narraweena, NSW 2099.
SOURCE: Press Advantage [Link]
Knock down rebuild gives you the best of both worlds - the home of your dreams in the neighbourhood you cherish. A perfect option for those who love where they live but feel as though their home is rundown, or no longer suits their lifestyle.
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