Trend Connection launches dual house project

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Trend Connections has been designing and building quality new homes with exceptional value in the Sydney area for the past few years.

The Trend management team and construction staff has over 50 years combined experience in the building industry and believes in giving the best value for their client’s hard-earned dollars. Known for their long-standing reputation for outstanding designs, inclusions and build quality, Trend is well on its way to becoming the largest builder in Sydney.

Their new project — The Dual – is the first time any builder has incorporated a “granny flat” into the main house design and this has been designed to meet with the new complying development rulings. The Dual is a six-bedroom, four-bathroom, two-kitchen home that is designed to incorporate in-law accommodation or a separate rental property within the unique structure of the design. “The Dual” is truly a unique family living or investment opportunity home.

Trend Connection Homes also has a large portfolio of house and land packages throughout the Sydney area. For those wishing to add more personality to their home, Trend also has multiple luxury packages available to suit any budget and lifestyle. These luxury upgrades have been specifically packaged to ensure you receive quality products at low prices.

So at Trend you can have a choice of Granny flat designs, as well as a mixture of single and two-storey designs, which we can alter to suit your requirements and budgets. Duplex designs are now making a comeback into the market and Trend offers custom home designs thanks to in-house architect. Clients at Trend are guided through the entire building process step by step, from initial concept designs, throughout the tendering process.

To organise an in-house appointment, please call 8824 4339.

Published in The Indian Sun (Indian Magazine  in Australia)

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