Multi-living is on the rise, and it’s better than ever.
The housing industry has seen enormous change in recent years. Less land and higher prices has called for smarter building practises – and with that comes a change in how Kiwis live together.
The benefits of multi-living are extensive. With older children now choosing to stay at home for longer, families can enjoy living together without being under each other’s feet. Multi-living doesn’t have to mean sharing spaces. It can mean separate dwellings under one roof, attached flats, or “two-for-one” homes. These type of house plans open up all sorts of opportunities for more people to live together while still having their own space.
Landmark Homes’ have just released three new multi-living Ready to Build designs to offer homeowners options for future proofing their home whether as an owner occupier, or even as an investment opportunity.
These plans open all sorts of opportunities for more people to live together while still having their own space. Trends include the increase of multi-story properties in urban spaces, as well as adding secondary spaces as part of a home build for rental opportunities or home offices, or providing an additional income by renting to long-term tenants or Airbnb guests.
Check out Landmark Homes’ new multi-living house plans, and you’ll see why it’s the way of the future!
OCTAVE A perfect multi- family house plan 185.0m2
This splendid home is actually two completely separate homes under one roof! The floor plan is compact but incredibly functional; perfect for city living.
The main area of this house design comprises a 3-bedroom home with an open plan living, dining and kitchen.
Attached is another large, fully self-contained one-bedroom unit. The two areas are joined by two single garages.
The outdoor living areas for each home face different directions, which means occupants still have plenty of privacy from one another. Clad in a combination of weatherboards and Axon panel, this house has a traditional yet contemporary look that fits any environment.
The Octave is the perfect scenario for homeowners with ageing relatives who wish to remain independent but have the comfort of family close by.
It’s also a fantastic investment opportunity for those who want a home with an income. There’s even the potential for turn this into a double-income stream property.
HUKANUI If you are looking for spacious multi- generational living, this plans for you! 170.8m2
There’s space for everyone in the Hukanui!
Multiple living options abound in this versatile design. It’s ideal as a spacious family home, with plenty of room for both parents and teens. The spacious master suite is completely separated from the other bedrooms and includes a large ensuite and walk-in robe. The open-plan living area, kitchen and dining allows for communal gathering but easy access to separate areas.
This plan has been designed to offer opportunities for additional income. The separate living area comprises two bedrooms and a bathroom, which can be completely closed off from the main house. Each bedroom has direct access for entry from outside, which makes it perfect for an Airbnb.
The master suite can also be separated from the main living area. It even has its own access to the outdoors, so it could also double as an Airbnb option.
The spacious kitchen features a walk-through pantry with access to the garage, laundry and the outdoors; great for multiple users!
Clad in dark charcoal board and batten weatherboard, this home is smartly traditional yet modern. An excellent option for those who want to live together but separately!
FORTE– 169.5m2 The cleverly-designed Forte is smart and stylish, yet compact – and packed with features.
With two comfortable dwellings under one roof, the Forte is a fantastic option for those who want to look after ageing relatives. But it’s also a great opportunity for an additional income.
The main dwelling of this spectacular home comprises three bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms. There’s ample space in the open plan ‘great’ room, which also includes the kitchen, dining and living areas.
The second dwelling attached to the main house offers plenty of space and privacy. It includes two bedrooms and a large open-plan living area, while still allowing for easy access to the main dwelling.
Each home is completely self-contained, and each living area faces a different direction, so there’s unlimited scope for both family or guests.
Need an additional garage? No problem: this plan can be adjusted as required.
Clad in vertical corrugated iron with stunning cedar features, the Forte is a classic Central Otago pavilion style. A superb home in the town or country!
Call Landmark Homes today to discuss how our multi-living house plans can work for you.