It is no surprise that the popularity of sloping block and split-level home designs is increasing, with many buyers rushing to take advantage of the ‘million dollar views’ building on a sloping block can provide.
Building on a sloping block is attractive to buyers for a variety of reasons. Not only does it provide stunning elevated views from the comfort of your home, but it also enables an added level of creativity with your home design, often for a more affordable land price. Data shows sloping blocks often offer a lower purchasing price than their flat-land counterparts.
However, it is important to note that building on a sloping block can present unique engineering and design challenges. For this reason, there are a number of things you should take into account if you’re thinking of building on a sloping block. From specialty home designs to costs, contracts and approvals, it may seem like there’s endless things to consider.
While building a home can be stressful, with the right professionals by your side building on a sloping block doesn’t have to feel overwhelming.