The Riviera design is one of our stand-out split level designs and is the perfect home to complement an uphill sloping site. The Riviera is well suited to a growing executive family and caters to the increasing trend of multigenerational living. Inside the home, a stunning entry awaits. With elegance and space surrounding you, you’ll…
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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.
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Customisable uphill slope house plans in Sydney, Newcastle, and the Central Coast. Discover our premium uphill house designs.
Looking to build on an uphill sloping site?
Here at Montgomery Homes, we know building on a sloping block can be a challenge, but we’re known as the sloping site specialists - meaning we can build on blocks of all shapes, sizes, and slopes. With more than 200 architectural home designs to choose from, you’re bound to find a home design to fall in love with!
Featuring innovative designs to help with drainage, maximise views, and keep costs down, our uphill slope house plans are ideal for your block. Talk to our team of home building professionals in Sydney, Newcastle, and the Central Coast.
How we make uphill slope house plans more affordable
For three decades, we’ve been building a strong reputation as the sloping site specialists. Now, we’ve perfected the art of uphill house designs and built thousands of homes for families, couples, investors, and individuals with big dreams throughout the state.
With our customer’s budgets in mind, we’ve developed a unique split-level building technique to minimise site and excavation costs. When building on a sloping site, most home builders cut deep into the land to make room for the new home design. However, this often requires large, expensive retaining walls.
At Montgomery Homes, we follow the contour of the land to minimise excavation and use the loose soil to create the foundation for your new home. This reduces the need for excessive retaining walls and keeps costs low, leaving more room in your budget for the little things like decorating, upgrades, and landscaping.
Breathtaking uphill house designs and a lifetime of benefits
In contrast to standard level home designs, uphill slope house plans often have a tiered, step-like or split design which creates a spacious, open plan atmosphere. Uphill house designs can also offer luxurious high ceilings - so much extra space to grow, decorate, and impress your guests!
Need some inspiration for building on an uphill sloping block? If your block slopes upwards from the road, consider placing the garage on the lower level and incorporating a balcony or an enchanting deck so you can take in the view. At Montgomery Homes, we’ll make sure to maintain the incredible view from your sloping block.
Watch the sunset from the window or “wow” guests from the balcony. You’ll have your own private paradise with our uphill slope house plans.
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.