Are you looking at building your first Clarendon home but are unsure of the cost structure? Remaining within your budget tends to be front of mind when building a home. It's important to understand that there are a few variables to take into consideration that may affect the cost of your Clarendon Home. For example, the location and size of your block of land will vary the total cost.
It's also important to consider other factors such as the size of your floorplan and any inclusions or upgrades you select, including the facade of your home. Naturally, the larger the home and the more upgrades or inclusions you select, the more your Clarendon home will cost, however, it may also add value if you ever choose to sell it later down the track.
The prices shown within this blogpost were accurate at time of posting. Please contact a consultant for current pricing.
The land you choose to build on will be the largest pricing factor to consider aside from your home. House and land go hand-in-hand, so ensuring your budget can accommodate both of these is crucial. Vacant land in South-East Brisbane roughly averages $376,800 as of March 2021 for a 600sqm2 block because of the proximity to the seaside, city and amenities. However, this is determined by the estate you buy in and whether it’s vacant land or a knockdown rebuild. Generally, land tends to be more affordable the more inland you go, and the earlier the stage you buy in, the lower the price. In saying that, buying (and knocking down) the worst house on the best street is always a hidden gem.
The floorplan of your home will influence how much you pay as price is determined on square-meterage. Furthermore, a double storey is going to cost more than a single storey plan of the same size because of material cost. This doesn’t mean you can’t get a gorgeous home for a great price, it just means our knowledgeable consultants will have to know your budget before helping you select a home that fits your lifestyle. You can browse our floor plans here and filter the amount of bedrooms, bathrooms, the home size and even the price with our filtering tool to find the perfect home for you.
Our new Boston 43 is a spacious home with a large home theatre, walk-in pantry, study, five generous bedrooms with two having WIR’s and an alfresco with Aspire inclusions starting at $349,600. Similarly, the Parkhill 34 is more suited to narrower blocks, with two living spaces as well as a rumpus upstairs, butlers pantry, five large bedrooms with two having a WIR and a corner alfresco all for the starting price of $297,700 with gorgeous Aspire inclusions.
Clarendon Homes have been building for 43 years and we’ve narrowed down the best options for inclusions in your home. Our two levels of inclusions make all the difference when fitting out your new home. Our Aspire Inclusions feature the most recent trends for an affordable price meaning you can build a bigger home for less. Whether you’re after a 25 square or a 43 square home, big homes are now affordable with our amazing Aspire inclusions, featuring high-quality Westinghouse appliances, stunning kitchen tapware options and square set ceilings to your bathrooms, ensuite and powder room for a stylish interior.
The new Bayside 39 MKII is the perfect home for entertaining with its large open-living family, dining and kitchen. These inclusions plus the Baysides home theatre, three living spaces and WIR in four out of five bedrooms, makes it the perfect home for all entertainers, starting at $332,300 with Aspire inclusions.
Our Crestmead 45 is one of the largest homes we have, with six bedrooms, four living spaces, a home theatre and a large his and her walk in robe. The grand home fit for a large family, starts at $364,600 with Aspire inclusions.
The Hawthorne 33 is the perfect inbetween sized home. Suited specifically to narrow blocks, this 10m wide house is home to four bedrooms, three living areas, butlers pantry and grand alfresco with Aspire inclusions for $295,400.
Our Luxe Inclusions feature upgrades for those looking on the luxurious side of life. Larger doesn’t always mean luxurious, but with our Luxe Inclusions you’ll build an extravagant home for an affordable price. Luxury, for less. Featuring elegant stone benchtops, extra high ceilings for opulent living and a feature front door plus so much more in your double storey home. The gorgeous new Bayside 39 MKII, perfect for entertaining, in the Luxe inclusions begins at $346,300.
As stated above, the large Crestmead 45 boasting six bedrooms starts at $381,700 for Luxe inclusions.
Finally, the Hawthorne 33 suited specifically to narrow blocks, starts at $306,500 for Luxe Inclusions.
We are proud of our extensive range of inclusions we offer from leading brands in design and technology and you can rest assured that you will be able to create your dream home! We want our home designs to suit your lifestyle, so that's why we allow moderate changes to our designs, including a bigger alfresco, wainscoting or even a butler's pantry in your kitchen. If you’re interested in making any additional upgrades our knowledgeable sales consultants can discuss pricing with you.
Your facade acts as the first impression of your home for everyone that walks past it. Picking a facade that resonates with you and the style you’re going for is key in tying your home together.
But how much do they cost? Clarendon Homes provide a complimentary Traditional brick facade with your new home in the brick colour of your choice, as well as different choices of feature front entry doors. However, if you’re looking for something more specific, we have a range of facade options in various designs to suit the style of your new Clarendon home.
If you’re interested in receiving an obligation-free estimate for your new Clarendon Home, visit your nearest display homes and chat to one of our friendly sales consultants.