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Carolina 1 354

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Bath
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Park
14.15m
Wide
16.74m
Deep
354.65m2/ 38.2sq
House Size
16.75m
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Carolina 2 353

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Bed
2.5
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2
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14.15m
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16.74m
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353.09m2/ 38sq
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16.75m
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Carolina 1 311

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Bed
2.5
Bath
2
Park
14.15m
Wide
14.64m
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310.56m2/ 33.4sq
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16.75m
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Carolina 2 310

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4
Bed
2.5
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2
Park
14.15m
Wide
14.66m
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309.86m2/ 33.3sq
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16.75m
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Carolina 1 268

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4
Bed
2.5
Bath
2
Park
12.2m
Wide
14.64m
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267.28m2/ 28.7sq
House Size
14.8m
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Carolina 2 267

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4
Bed
2.5
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2
Park
12.2m
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14.66m
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266.89m2/ 28.7sq
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14.8m
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Carolina 1 251

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Bed
2.5
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2
Park
12.2m
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13.9m
Deep
250.88m2/ 27sq
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14.8m
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Carolina 2 250

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4
Bed
2.5
Bath
2
Park
12.2m
Wide
13.9m
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250.78m2/ 27sq
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14.8m
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Carolina 1 185

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3
Bed
2.5
Bath
1
Park
8.68m
Wide
14.07m
Deep
179.94m2/ 19.4sq
House Size
11.28m
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Monaco 2 211

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4
Bed
2
Bath
2
Park
12.2m
Wide
17.94m
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211.37m2/ 22.7sq
House Size
14m
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Monaco 2 185

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Bed
2
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2
Park
12.2m
Wide
16.27m
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185.6m2/ 20sq
House Size
14m
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The Sloping Site Specialists

If you are looking to build on a sloping site, you have found the ideal builder. Montgomery Homes dominates the market when it comes to building on a sloping block. We offer split-level home designs for almost any land type – whether your block slopes uphill, downhill, sideways, or is an unusual shape, we have creative solutions for you.

Montgomery Homes utilises both bearers and joists as well as split slab techniques to allow your home to caress the curve of the land. Building a split-level home design like this avoids excessive excavation and the need to dig deep into the land to place a flat, one level slab.

Our renowned split level technique can result in flatter driveways, more managable retaining walls, and will drastically improve your street appeal.

Take full advantage of the unique
character and opportunity of your sloping site

Adjustable down slope house plans in Newcastle, Sydney & the Central Coast.
The downward sloping block house designs specialist.

Looking to build a house on a downhill slope?

Here at Montgomery Homes, we have architectural home designs suitable for blocks of all shapes and sizes. We know building on uneven land can be a real challenge, so we’ve simplified the home building process with smart, innovative down slope house plans.

Featuring stunning architectural designs and minimal excavation costs, our downhill slope house plans are second to none.

Talk to our team of home building professionals in Sydney, Newcastle, and the Central Coast. We’d love to help make your dream home a reality.

Carolina 311 with Grande Façade, Box Hill
Carolina, Box Hill

How we make house designs on hill slopes more affordable

We’re committed to making the home building experience fun and affordable, so our experienced team will make sure to stick to your budget - without compromising on the dream!

Through our ingenious downhill slope house plans, we minimise the cost of the excavation which is often needed for sloping blocks. Rather than cutting deep into the block like most builders do, we follow the natural contour of the land and then use the excavated soil to level the land and make way for your new home. This reduces the need for expensive retaining walls and potential drainage issues when it storms.

Over the years, we’ve perfected the split level home building process, so you’re guaranteed to get an elegant and cost efficient home build. With less excavation and retaining walls comes a more affordable house design on a hill slope - there’s a reason we’re called the sloping site specialists!

Architectural designs perfect for a house on a downhill slope

The major benefit of downhill slope house plans is the unique architectural design. In contrast to a standard level home design, downhill sloping homes have a tiered “step” or “split” design, separating each level of the house and creating a more spacious atmosphere. Plus, downward sloping block house designs often have luxurious high ceilings and a stunning grand entrance which will be sure to impress guests with an immediate “wow” factor upon entering your home.

You won’t soon forget the incredible view from the windows and balconies, either. If your block slopes downwards from the road, our split level home designs will complement the downhill nature of the block and leverage potential views and natural breezes.

We’ll maximise views from the hill or sloping block where we’ve built, so you can kick back, relax, and admire the neighbourhood from your private paradise.

Carolina, Box Hill

Contact the Montgomery Homes team in Sydney, Newcastle, or the Central Coast. We’re experts in down slope house plans.

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Meeting Their Families Needs: Sloping site

Keith and Cheryl were planning their retirement in the stunning Northern Beaches and wanted to be able to help their son and his family enjoy the same beautiful lifestyle near the beach. They seized the opportunity to secure a sloping block of land and built a split level home that easily accommodated them all. Discover how the two families were able to live independently in their brand new home.

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