Knock down rebuild specialist, Homestead Homes, has started construction of a new Taya design in Bobbin Head Road, North Turramurra.
The new Taya will replace an old brick veneer house that no longer meets the needs of modern families. Following demolition of the old house, the site is prepared and excavated for construction to begin. The owner has retained the existing pool in the rear yard, retaining site access for the construction teams.
The location is ideal for families, with easy access to St Ives Shopping Village, North Turramurra shops, city transport and both the Pacific Highway and Mona Vale Road. Children can walk to local Turramurra North Primary School and Samuel King Park Park, and older children will have a choice of private schools and sporting facilities nearby.
Knock down rebuild remains a popular option for Sydney families who want the convenience of a new, custom designed home in the neighbourhood they love. The large old blocks and tree-lined streets of the upper North Shore, together with proximity to shops and schools, make the area ideal for knock down rebuild construction. With demolition completed and the site now cleared, excavation has begun and the home will be ready for occupation in 32 weeks.
Thoughtfully designed, Taya is a popular choice for families, with four bedrooms plus a guest room providing extra flexibility. With the Taya’s family and dining areas opening to the rear pool and large backyard, the home is ideal for entertaining extended family and friends.
If you want to upgrade your home but don’t want to leave your neighbourhood, friends and amenities, contact Homestead Homes to discuss whether knock down rebuild is right for your family. We’ll work with you to design and build a luxury family home that will bring your ideas to life, and we can even organise demolition of your existing house for you.
To see our quality design and construction, visit our Bella Vista display homes for additional inspiration or simply contact us on 02 9629 5199 to discuss your knock down rebuild needs.