Grand Designs Australia


Have you outgrown your home? Is it shabby and no longer suiting your needs? Renovating your existing digs, selling up and buying, or building elsewhere are three possible solutions to these common housing conundrums, but there’s a fourth option that’s also worth considering: knocking down your house and building a new one in its place. We quizzed Rawson Homes’ senior marketing manager, Ann Duong, about the benefits of the knock-down-rebuild approach and why it’s becoming

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