If you have your heart set on owning a home which has been carefully designed by a top architect, continue reading to discover a few popular home designs to consider.
Architects house designs: Popular designs to consider
1. Modern two storey house designs which boast an upstairs lounge and multiple bedrooms, as well as a first-floor garage and a self, contained granny flat
One of the most popular house designs this decade are two storey home designs which feature a downstairs garage, guest bedroom, and ensuite bedroom and an upstairs lounge and kitchen as well as a master bedroom and an extra 1-2 bedrooms.
This particular house design is ideal if you have a parent living with you or a teenager who needs their own space and would enjoy living on the first floor of your home, away from your lounge and main bedrooms or if you frequently play host to friends who visit your family from out of town.
Another advantage of opting to move into a two storey house which boasts this particular floorplan is that you’ll also be able to drive straight into your garage and enter your house from within your garage. Which is far safer than having to access your home at night through your front door.
2. Fuss-free two storey townhouses
In recent years two storey townhouses, which are semi-attached to another family’s home have also become increasingly popular option for families as house prices have continued to soar. Two storey townhouses are ideally suited for families or couples who love the low maintenance and convenience of living is a fuss-free apartment but would prefer to live in a home which boasts a larger floor plan than an apartment.
Generally, two storey townhouses also boast a small maintainable backyard or a patio, which make them a far better choice for young families than an urban apartment.
3. Large luxury properties which offer an open flow design
Architects are also being employed to design large luxurious properties which boast an open flow design, that make it easier to spend time with your family. As an example, if you were to move into a large property which boasts an open flow design, you’ll be able to socialize with your family members who are in your lounge, whilst you’re preparing a meal in your modern kitchen.
Most architect designed luxury properties also boast a wide variety of modern amenities. As an example, you should expect a sizeable luxury property to boast underfloor heating and stylish yet functional drawers to hide your kitchen appliances such as your dishwasher and fridge.
4. Properties which focus on providing luxury master bedrooms
While in previous generations master bedrooms were slightly bigger than a single sized bedroom, today master bedrooms often have enough space to place a sofa and a writing desk and normally boast their own walk-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom. Some master bedroom’s en-suite bathrooms are even big enough to feature his and her vanities and a large spa bath.
If you do opt to purchase one of the above home designs, you’ll be sure to fall in love with your new architect designed home.