There’s nothing more satisfying than a single-storey house that can well and truly knock your socks off. And to prove they exist, we’ve compiled the best single-storey house designs in the Clarendon Homes catalogue.
The floorplan itself is large but modest. The price – honestly, much the same. But in terms of street presence, the Berrington 38 stands out like the Eiffel Tower.
The homestead styling has been a crowd favourite in Australia for as long as we’ve been building houses. The mix of casual and formal living areas means you can chill in style or dine in class.
But if there’s one big reason you’d choose the Berrington 38, it’s that street view. If that’s not a statement, statements don’t exist.
This is what Hamptons design dreams are made of!
The floorspace features a retreat, living room, and family gathering space. And that’s on top of 4 generously spaced bedrooms and a comfortable alfresco space.
You’ve seen alfresco areas, but probably nothing like the Killara. A classic wooden look gives it that rustic, barnlike feel that high-priced restaurants would pay top dollar for. You could serve the most mediocre sausage sizzle from the outdoor kitchen and still feel like a master chef.
Cutting-edge is probably the best way to describe it. It’s as modern as charging your late-release iPhone with wind power. It’s as crisp as the coating on a freshly fried parma. It’s as gorgeous as a sunset over the ocean.
And somehow, it still feels homely as you enter the driveway. That’s its crowning glory.
If you find it easier to take in a house design by walking through it (rather than sifting through pictures online), you’re not alone. To discover what house design you find yourself drawn to in person, check out Clarendon Homes display villages near you.