Homestead Homes’ latest knock down rebuild project, the ‘Ruby‘, is underway in Roma Road, St Ives. Homestead demolished the existing 55 year-old house then cleared the site, ensuring that the site remains in the best condition to start construction of the new double storey home and integrated pool.

The custom designed ‘Ruby’ luxury home is ideal for families wishing to knock down rebuild in established suburbs. Knock down rebuild  is increasingly popular on the Upper North Shore. Many families are frustrated by the limitations of their old houses, but are committed to staying in their leafy suburb close to friends, family, parks and schools. Homestead Homes’ knock down rebuild process allows families to get a brand new home on their existing block, often for less than the price of renovating their old home. It’s a lifestyle choice.

When undertaking a knock down rebuild project, tree and stump removal can be an issue with site clearance. On this occasion, tree and stump removal was completed in accordance with local Ku-ring-gai Council regulations. This may vary for different sites, depending on the building approval process for that site. When building, it’s always important to allow for tree removal or preservation before commencement of site clearance.

If you love where you live but your old home no longer meets your growing family’s needs, a Homestead Homes knock down rebuild may be the solution for you. We can even design your home with a new pool or around your existing pool or tennis court.

To see how Homestead Homes can custom design and build your family’s new dream home on your existing block, including an integrated pool, read our free Knock Down Rebuild report. To see our custom design and quality finishes for yourself, visit our display homes or phone us on 02 9629 5199 to arrange a walk-through.

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