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What’s Your Dream House Design?

06.11.19 - Style and Design

How did people choose their dream house design 20 years ago, when there wasn’t an online quiz they could take?

Thankfully we don’t need to know, because we’ve prepped a quiz that’ll guide you toward your perfect house design.



Paddington 29

This 5-bedroom home is perfect for growing families and first-home buyers. For the kids, there’s a spacious rumpus area upstairs, right around their bedrooms. For the grownups, you can enjoy drinks or some downtime in the alfresco area.

Even if you’re buying a smallish block, the Paddington 29 can offer enough space for everyone.

Find out more about the Paddington 29.


Hawthorne 33

Open-plan living at its absolute finest. The downstairs living space connects perfectly with the dining area, the kitchen and the alfresco. And if you’d prefer a quieter retreat, the upstairs rumpus space is perfect for a good book and cup of tea on a rainy day.

Find out more about the Hawthorne 33.


Sheridan 37

Stylish, sophisticated, and as modern as house designs get. Downstairs you’ll have the comfort of your very own theatre room, as well as two spacious living areas and your meals space. Upstairs, there are 4 roomy bedrooms and a pretty sizeable rumpus area.

Find out more about the Sheridan 37.


Parkhill 29

There’s not much better than the view of the living area from the front door. Unless you count the open-plan living arrangement between the meals area, kitchen and family room. And the stunning alfresco.

Parkhill 29 might only have 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, but it can pack more than enough space and style into a smaller block.

Find out more about the Parkhill 29.


Boston 43

On the floorplan, the crowning glory is the theatre room. But when you’re actually living in the Boston 43, you’re really going to struggle to tear yourself away from the kitchen views. The stunning Hamptons-themed kitchen feels like it’s straight out of a novel and takes the entire open-plan living area to a new level.

When you eventually decide to check out the rest of the place, you’ll be greeted to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and a 2-car garage. But you’re also welcome to sleep in the kitchen.

Find out more about the Boston 43.


Crestmead 45

When you decide to cram 6 bedrooms into a home, you might think you’ll end up a little cosy.


The Crestmead 45 boasts literally everything you’ll need in one home. 6 stunning bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, and even your very own terrace outside the master bedroom. Downstairs, you’ll find 3 living spaces and a home theatre.

Even if your family needs 2 cars to go anywhere, you’ll all have enough room in the Crestmead 45.

Find out more about the Crestmead 45.


If you’re still a little unsure, the best step from here is to actually see your dream house design. And to do that, check out your local Clarendon Homes display homes.

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