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The number of bedrooms remains a key factor in forming a
Over the last 50 years the number of bedrooms in the typical
home has doubled from two to four, yet the average household size has decreased
with many homes today being occupied by one or two adults without children.
Regardless of our shrinking household size, the desire for
larger homes remains strong and the market often disproportionately values more
bedrooms than required. Extra bedrooms offer flexible lifestyle options and
buyers are aware of re-sale appeal.
When it comes to buyer interest, the number of bathrooms
ranks as the second most important feature with the market greatly valuing a
second bathroom or ensuite.
The common ‘games room’ of the last two decades has given
way to home theatre. Large flat screen TV’s with surround sound units and comfy
chairs demand their own space. Increasingly, this is becoming a central feature
of the modern home.
Suitable car parking is important, but doesn’t rate as
highly as living areas. The value of a lockable double garage with internal
access to the home varies in different locations.
Our climate is ideal for covered areas that open to the
yard and perhaps overlook a pool. A quality, functional and protected space in
the yard which expands the living area of the house and merges the garden with
the home are also highly desirable.