When purchasing a house, there are various things that you need to keep in mind. You need to take into account the number of people that will live in. In doing this, you need to put into consideration their different needs. Consider if there will be any pets living on the property, as well as the different architectural preferences of each family member. In this article, we are going to discuss two of the most common type of Australian homes and their differences.

●   Queenslander houses

“Queenslander house” is a pretty modern term used to describe the architectural style that is typical for Queensland, Australia. This type of architectural style can also be found in New South Wales and has many distinct features that make it unique.

Queenslander houses are ideal for those who appreciate fine architectural details and a more traditional look. They are also cheaper than other types of houses. Depending on terrain’s surfaces they can be narrower or wider, so as to accommodate the entire family. Be on the lookout for an adequate amount of space both inside the house as well as outside (in the garden).

●   Hampton houses

“Hampton houses” are the newest addition to the premium houses portfolio and can be seen more often in Melbourne. Their façade roof lines have a mixture of wide-open porches and gables. The interior of a Hampton-style home has lots of open space and big rooms that always benefit from an increased amount of natural light.

Hampton houses are recommended for those who want to live in luxury and can afford to spend more on their dream property. You will always notice the Hampton palette in such a house that includes greys, creams, whites, and blues.

These houses are often generous in terms of spacing and amenities. They often come with a big garden, a swimming pool, paved alleys, discrete outdoor lighting and more.

When purchasing your dream home, it’s important to take into account your spacing needs, your preferred architectural style, and your budget. Always try to get the best deal for your money!