House Size: 16 squares
Squares are commonly used to define the size of a home. 1 square is equal to 9.29 square metres.
House Width: 10.5m
The distance between the two external walls that are the furthest apart. This is usually from the garage wall to the opposite side of the home.
House Depth: 15m
House depth can change based on your facade, so get the ‘working drawings’ with your preferred facade from your builder to confirm exact house depth.
Lot Width: 10.5m
The minimum lot width you need to build this design. It is ok to build on a wider lot, which would increase your side yard length.
Lot Depth: 21m
The minimum lot depth you need based on standard requirements. Make sure your builder double-checks that the design fits within the requirements of the estate in which you plan to build in.
Most commonly known as single or double storey. In some areas, a single storey is known as ‘lowset’ and double storey as ‘highset’.
Includes wet areas with a toilet, shower and vanity basin. Powder rooms are not included.
Living Areas: 1
Includes all open areas that are not meals, kitchen or study areas. Living, family, media, rumpus, lounge to name a few.
Refers to the size of the garage based on the number of vehicles you can fit inside. Single garage equals 1 car and double garage equals 2 cars.
This refers to an outdoor undercover area. Sometimes known as ‘outdoor living’.
Landscaping: Front & rearIt’s most common for landscaping and other turnkey items like fencing to be at your own cost after handover. There are some builders though that do include these items in their average completion price.
Average Completion Price
When people build this home they usually spend around this amount. This price is a
guide only. It includes a base price as well as an average allowance for site costs, estate
covenants and in some cases will include an allowance for a promotion also