Update from ANSA Homes regarding COVID-19

Introducing ANSA Homes’ Pinnacle Plus Inclusions Promotion

When shopping around for a builder to build your new home, among many other things you’ll compare inclusions packages that each builder offers.

As a home buyer, you will study inclusions packages and promotions, pouring over even the smallest of details. You will compare inclusions packages to measure up which package offers the most value where you most want it.

The problem is it can be hard to directly compare inclusions packages from different builders when the products and brands included can differ so much. It’s no surprise that home buyers seek support when assessing inclusions packages.

ANSA Homes’ approach to inclusions

At ANSA Homes, we showcase the value to you of the items we include. But we’re not really talking about the monetary value here. Rather, we emphasise the intrinsic and practical value of having these specific, very carefully chosen upgraded items in your new home.

Because it’s one thing to have a great new home, but it’s a whole other thing to have a great new home filled witha suite of items that truly make your new home feel just the way you like it.

Inside the ANSA Homes Pinnacle Plus Inclusions Promotion

The ANSA Homes Pinnacle Plus inclusions Promotion is a top-tier inclusions promotion. It contains many of the well-known high-end quality brand additions that can truly make your new home come to life just the way you want it to.

Across all parts of your new home, the ANSA Homes Pinnacle Inclusions Package delivers value through quality features, quality finishes, and quality brands as standard. In addition to this, with the ANSA Homes Pinnacle Plus inclusions Promotion, we offer customers a variety of high-end brands for both appliances and room features as a little extra luxury. These brands align with our promise of certainty for your build as they all stand for quality and luxury, helping you to have your new home, just the way you like it.

Here are just some of the key features, by room, that are included in our Pinnacle Plus inclusions Promotion.

Kitchen

  • Kitchen bench: Choice of SMARTSTONE 40mm thick pencil round edge or 20mm thick with up to two waterfall edges, in standard range of colours.
  • Kitchen sink: ABEY double bowl stainless steel undermount sink with 25-year manufacturer guarantee.
  • Kitchen splashback: Window splashback to kitchen, fixed sash up to 2100mm W x 400mm H, includes tile or glass splashback reveal.
  • Kitchen cabinets: Increased overall kitchen cabinet height to 2300mm.
  • 2 USB charging points.

Appliances

  • Cooktop: SMEG 900mm gas five burner with flame failure in stainless steel finish.
  • Oven: SMEG 900mm underbench eight function electric oven in stainless steel finish.
  • Rangehood: SMEG 900mm concealed undermount stainless steel.
  • Dishwasher: SMEG 600mm in underbench in stainless steel finish.
  • Microwave with Grill: SMEG stainless steel with trim kit.

Bathrooms

  • Vanity cabinets: Wall hung custom made vanity cabinets with POLYTEC woodmatt, sheen or fine grain melamine doors & 20mm Smartstone benchtop. Soft closing doors to vanity cabinets.
  • Bath tub: Freestanding CLARK round 1600mm bath to bathroom with 10-year manufacturer warranty (available where space permits).
  • Tiles: Wall tiles up to ceiling height in ensuite, including square set cornice (excludes separate WC areas).
  • Floor wastes: Integrated square tile insert.

Laundry

  • Cabinets: 1600mm long floor cabinets and overhead wall mounted cabinets, and 400mm wide broom cupboard with POLYTEC woodmatt, sheen or fine grain melamine doors, laminated benchtop.
  • Tub: CLARK 45L single stainless steel drop in tub 8520 with concealed washing machine connections, 600mm high tiled splashback behind benchtop (25 year manufacturer guarantee).

Exterior

  • Alfresco: Floor tiling to alfresco & front patio, including riser tile to exposed edges using ANSA Homes selected tile range.
  • Roofing: Your choice of COLORBOND© roof with Anticon blanket, or BRISTLE Prestige range flat profile roof tiles with streamlined ridge capping.
  • Windows: Increased ground floor window heights to suit 2600mm H ceilings (excludes sliding/stacker doors).
  • Security: BOSCH security alarm system, including up to five detectors, one touch keypad, internal/external siren, two remotes.

These are just some of the key features included in the ANSA Homes Pinnacle Plus inclusions Promotion. Don’t just build your new home – fill it with the premium brands that you and it deserve, with the Pinnacle Inclusions package and the Pinnacle Plus Promotion by ANSA Homes.

Find out more about ANSA Homes’ Pinnacle Plus Inclusions package now or contact a team member to find out how you can start your home building journey today.

ANSA Homes named finalist in NSW Excellence in Housing Awards

ANSA Homes’ Sierra display home at Marsden Park has been named a finalist in the display home category of the Master Builders Association of NSW’s Excellence in Housing Awards 2020.

The annual awards celebrate excellence in construction, innovation and quality in the building and construction industry in NSW. The Housing Awards showcases the very best in residential construction.

The event attracts a broad cross section of the residential building sector, including project home builders, contract builders, apartment constructors and contractors specialising in additions, alterations and renovations.

The Sierra is a four bedroom, three bathroom double-storey luxury family home. It is one of three ANSA Homes display homes at Homeworld Elara Marsden Park in Sydney’s north west.

Luxurious and spacious Sierra

The spacious Sierra provides generous living areas over two floors and plenty of features, such as a grand fireplace in the main living area and a mud room opposite the internal garage door.

The large open plan living/dining/kitchen area is one of the Sierra’s most popular features. The kitchen includes a marble island bench, large butler’s pantry and servery-style windows that open-up to an alfresco area on two sides.

The Sierra is designed to allow plenty of natural light [and] is best suited to a larger block.”

Downstairs includes a study and a media room, which could also be used as two ‘working from home’ zones to fit some of the post-COVID changes many families are now experiencing.

As well as the spacious master bedroom and three bedrooms upstairs, the Sierra design also incorporates an additional TV room or living area – depending on your family’s requirements.

The Sierra is designed to allow plenty of natural light – but also to balance the need to be cool in summer and warm in winter.

Sierra’s dimensions

The Sierra’s double-storey design is best suited to a larger block. It is 11.21 metres wide and 18.86 metres long, with a total size of 309.85 metres square (33.31 squares) and a 13.36 metre frontage.

Build your home with certainty

At ANSA Homes, we are guided by our Certainty Promise. When we work with clients on designs for new homes, we always incorporate smart storage ideas. Together, let’s create your dream home design – just the way you like it.

Display home at Marsden Park

Visit us at HomeWorld Elara Marsden Park and see the Sierra in person, or view the 3D walkthrough from the comfort of your home. For more information about our acclaimed Sierra design, call us on 1300 757 810 or submit an enquiry form online.

The new Australian suburbia and the rise of knock down and rebuilds

While the supply of land for housing in Greater Sydney is decreasing and lot sizes in general have been reducing in size for more than a decade, the suburbs themselves are currently on the cusp of revitalisation. It’s one of the many unexpected consequences of the COVID pandemic. We are seeing it in 2020, and we will continue to see it in our post-COVID world.

In a recent article in The Australian, demographer Bernard Salt noted that COVID is giving home owners more time to spend in their homes and their local communities.

“The great work-from-home social experiment is jolting into life the suburbs surrounding our biggest cities,” Salt writes. “And in the process, it is snatching time back from the commuting monster, returning it to those in Australia’s suburban heartland.”

Many experts are predicting that there will be a fundamental shift in the number of people working from home in the future even as we emerge from the pandemic. As a result, home owners are rethinking what they actually need in their home, and looking at ways to reimagine their existing home so it better suits how they now want to use it.

Knock down and rebuilds on the rise

Knock down rebuild projects have become increasingly popular since the early 2000s, following rapid increases in land prices alongside decreasing lot sizes in major cities.

With home owners spending more time at home, many are now reassessing their homes and what they want from it. For example, they’re realising that their homes are not well-equipped for working from home, especially if multiple family members are working from home. They’re realising that they want a dedicated home office room in their home, as well as other special use areas, such as a permanent home gym.

At ANSA Homes, in recent months we’ve seen an increase in inquiries from home owners in established suburbs across Greater Sydney looking to knock down their existing home and start afresh with a new design. They are telling us that they know, love, and want to stay in their local community, but their existing home no longer suits how they are now living. That’s why the idea of knocking down their existing home and building a new one on the same piece of land is so appealing.

“Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, many home owners were seeing the idea of knocking down an existing home and rebuilding as an attractive option,” says ANSA Homes Founder and Managing Director Mark Maloney. “With the growing shortage of land in the capital cities, more people are opting to stay where they are. They are choosing to knock down and rebuild, replacing their tired old house with a great new home.

Knock down and rebuild versus renovation

Before choosing between a knock down and rebuild and a renovation, it’s important to understand the key differences between the two. The main difference comes down to predictability around total cost.

Renovation costs are difficult to predict, so builders need to build a contingency into the quote to cover unexpected expenses that may arise. This is partly because every renovation is a bespoke project that is time-consuming and labour intensive. 

In some cases, repairing major structural damage, sourcing the right kinds of materials, or modernising an old house to bring it up to date in terms of energy efficiency and overall quality has the potential to be very costly and time-consuming.

In contrast, brand new homes can be built quickly, using proven systems that maximise efficiency and save time. As a result, our customers are favouring knock down rebuilds over renovations to create the home they want to live in in 2021 and beyond.

When you build with ANSA Homes, we don’t just build your new home, we build your new home just the way you like it. To explore your knock down and rebuild options with ANSA Homes, contact our team on 1300 757 810. 

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