Your Perfect Home?
When considering your current living arrangements, are you making compromises, or are you living in your perfect home?
From the moment we begin the search for our first home, we come to realise that somewhere along the line, we’re going to be compromising on something we had set our hearts on. We begin with a picture of our ideal property and it’s fair to say it doesn’t always come along, and when it does, it’s outside of our budget!
We find the house with the perfect downstairs arrangements, but the bedrooms aren’t right. The house is lovely, but the garden is too small. The house and garden are close to perfect, but the location is undesirable.
Compromise is part and parcel of purchasing a home, certainly for those that don’t wish to be a lifelong house hunter! Even for those where budget is no object, they usually make sweeping changes. From a partial remodel to complete demolition and rebuild, significant changes are made to make the home ‘perfect’.
And even then, once a home is lived in, many realise that it isn’t quite as planned and so live with a compromise!
Creating the perfect living space is well within the means of many people, especially with the right advice at the point of initial consideration. Unless you’re a builder, it’s unlikely you know what’s really possible or what the cost implications are in creating your perfect home.
The removal of walls to create a more expansive, usable space, an extension or garage conversion can make the difference you’ve been searching for. You may be surprised at what can be achieved in a short time and with significantly less upheaval (and potential costs) of moving home in your search for perfection.
So, if you’re one of many homeowners that regularly thinks, “if only I could change…”, you probably can!
Now is a great time to explore your options and we’ll be happy to advise you.
If you’d like to discuss a potential project to create your perfect home, get in touch on 01284 386899 or email@example.com. Alternatively, you can simply click here to send a message.