Six Kit Home Design & Plans To Consider This 2018

Six Kit Home Design & Plans To Consider This 2018

If you are interested in copping a kit home, you landed on the right page! Kit Homes are not the typical and usual home we normally see. There are more affordable and smaller houses compared to the ones we usually see. If you are planning on buying a kit home then you definitely landed on the right page. Kit homes are becoming popular now because more and more people are considering going for a cheaper one than shed a lot of money for a mansion or other luxurious homes. Of course, you also need financing with kit homes even if they’re generally cheap.

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Paal’s latest design, the Franklin includes the much-desired feature of an attached twin garage and workshop. This large and luxurious Victorian-style country home has 455 square metres under roof. The home has four bedrooms, with an ensuite and walk-in robe attached to the master bedroom. As well, the Franklin boasts a rumpus or theatre room, and a study that can double as a fifth bedroom.


The Camden is just 13 metres wide and is suited for a corner block in town or for acreage out of town. The house has three distinct areas: the formal front and master suite, three bedrooms and a study at the rear and a common area in the centre as a true meeting place for the whole family.

Then there is the brick fireplace in the lounge to make everyone feel right at home.


The Robertson features a master bedroom with a walk-in robe, en-suite and a parent’s retreat that can also become a nursery. With built-in robes to all bedrooms, walk-in linen, walk-in pantry, three-way bathroom and spacious lounge, dining and family rooms, it’s a perfect family home.


This sprawling cottage-look residence of 470 square metres under roof boasts every comfort and convenience, including four bedrooms each with its own ensuite & walk-in robe, plus rumpus room, study and an Al Fresco area for outdoor entertaining. Bedrooms open directly onto a traditionally-styled ‘split’ verandah through french doors, as well as having internal access. These people-friendly features make the Richmond an ideal choice for families with teenage children or guests to stay, or who consider a 'Bed & Breakfast' concept.


Designed to fit on a 15 metre wide building block, the Windsor makes full use of internal space for maximum living room. Features include four large bedrooms, open plan kitchen, family and meals area plus a separate dining room which, as an alternative, can become a study or home theatre room.


New to the range of Paal quality kit homes, the Blackheath is an attractive cottage combining modern design within a traditional façade. A well planned three-bedroom home with separate living areas and open plan kitchen/family room. High ceilings, colonial interiors, and steep roof pitch add to the feeling of ‘old world charm.’ This design is suited to narrow blocks, is easily extendable and can be adapted to your personal requirements.


Author Bio: Mark Hipolito is a daytime writer for PAAL, one of Australia’s kit home financers that is run by SERVICE ONE’s team of loan specialists helping borrowers with their kit home finances.

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