Find your House Design Quiz

Find your House Design

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Take this simple and fun quiz and we'll give you a shortlist of house designs that we think best match you. Once you've got your shortlist, explore the designs on our website or on display to find the "one".

Our questions are designed to serve as prompters to help you assess one house design against another. We hope the results are a helpful starting point!

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Would you prefer a double storey or single storey?

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Part 1

Living Space

Living spaces are where you relax, interact, and pursue your interests and passions. For every family the perfect living arrangement is different. The age and stage of your children, the diversity of interests in the family and who you entertain in your home will all drive your choices around living spaces.

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How many living areas would you like in your new house?

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Where would you like a games or rumpus room?

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Will you have a need for a dedicated study?

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Would you prefer a study in a central location to monitor internet activity?

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Would you like extra storage in the garage?

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Part 2

The Kitchen

It's much more than just a place where food is prepared - it is where we gather and chat, share a laugh, direct the household activities, catch up on what's happened in the day, discover new tastes, learn new things and entertain. It can be a place where homework questions are asked, ballet performances are practiced and the world's problems are solved. The kitchen is the heart of the home.

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Where would you like your new kitchen?

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Is it important to have a butler’s pantry or a galley kitchen?

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Is it important to have the laundry near the kitchen?

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Part 3

Rest & Recharge

At the end of the day we need a place to recharge. A place that is our own where we can relax and unwind. A place to be ourselves. A bedroom is more than a room with a bed. It is a space that is personal and private – where we can be on our own, do our own thing or share the company of someone special. A bedroom is a sanctuary where you can retreat, get some sleep and emerge to face the new day.

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How many bedrooms would you like in your new house?

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Where would you like your master bedroom positioned?

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Where would you like your master bedroom positioned?

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Would you like the master bedroom positioned away from the other bedrooms?

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Where would you like the minor bedrooms positioned?

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Where would you like the minor bedrooms positioned?

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Would you like a guest suite to accommodate regular guests or multi-generations?

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Would you prefer his and hers walk-in-robes in the master bedroom?

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Part 4

Design Flair

A new house gives you the chance to have a house that feels and functions just as you want. To create a home with flair, functionality, open spaces, light and personality, you need to have a think about some of our key design principles. After all, these elements will be what sets your house apart.

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Would you like straight or U-shaped stairs?

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Would you like a double entry door with wide entry?

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Would you like a split level house for a sloping block (available on selected single storey houses only)?

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Is it important to have bedrooms that are spacious even if it means having fewer bathrooms?

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Is it important to see from the front of the house all the way to the back of the house?

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Would you like to add bi-fold or sliding doors that stretch full width to the rear of the house?

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Would you like a house that opens to the backyard from the side or the rear?

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Would you like an alfresco at the side, rear corner or across the rear of your house?

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Part 5

About Your Land

There's a couple of practical things you need to keep in mind when you're looking to build a new house. First, you need a block of land. Second, if you do have a block of land, the size has a big role to play. These two factors will influence the type of house that will suit you.

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Do you own or have you secured land?

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If you have land, what's the lot width and depth?

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Living Space

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Rest & Recharge

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About Your Land

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