Multi-Unit Development Case Study 2

Custom Home Builders Bentleigh

A mother knocks down her old house with her daughter to build three new double-storey townhouses in its place. One is for the mother, one is for the daughter, and the third one is sold to make a return on the owners’ investment.

  • The project allowed both the mother and the daughter to stay in the same neighbourhood they used to live in, staying close to each other while living independently.
  • It also reduced the amount they needed to borrow while maximising their profit potential by turning an old, worn-out three-bedroom house into three architecturally designed double-storey townhouses.
  • The third townhouse was sold post construction, achieving an outstanding return on investment for the mother and daughter duo.

Each of the three townhouses were 2 bedrooms and included

  • Separate main bathroom
  • Powder room downstairs
  • European style Laundry
  • Open plan Kitchen/Meals/Living
  • Outdoor alfresco space
  • Single garage
  • Exterior: Merbau timber deck, Lawn, Garden beds, Water tank, Clothesline
  • Conventional/Raft concrete slab
  • Acrylic Rendered Hebel panels cladding to ground floor, metal and cedar cladding to the first floor
  • Metal roof 
  • uPVC windows (Eurotech)
  • Square set plaster
  • Laminex kitchen
  • Caesarstone  benchtops
  • Fisher & Paykel  appliances
  • Panasonic Split system Heating & Cooling
  • Engineered timber flooring to common areas
  • 100% wool carpet to bedrooms 
  • Floor to ceiling tiles in bathrooms
  • Mosaic tile feature walls
  • Mixer taps
  • Cedar cladded entry doors 
  • Exposed aggregate driveway
  • Landscaped Gardens

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