Some Clients love big houses, others love it concise and portable. Here is why you should consider smaller units for your housing needs.
Now when I say small houses, please, don’t imagine some poor little space. 2 bedrooms doesn’t mean 8foot by 8foot rooms. Rooms as comfy as 20foot by 15foot will do with an elaborate walk-in-closet.
You can have a luxury 2-bedroom bungalow (fitted with basic spaces of living room, dining, kichen with pantry) alongside
Gym room (incorporating outdoor with it),
Fruit/wine cellar room over-looking a public or private swimming pool,
Indoor sport lounge like table tennis or snooker.
All with just 2 sleeping bedrooms.
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Most parents are currently planning this for retirement, once the kids are grown. It’s a perfect retirement home idea and for those that love a lot of outdoor activities and entertaining friends, this is good for them.
We no longer create spaces that are not in constant use. The outdoor spaces give room for a lot of greenery, outdoor activities and gardens.
Our focus is moving away from the average 50year old Nigerian. Younger people especially the Gen Z are becoming millionaires daily and they are not looking for big houses any longer.
They want freedom and the ability to be mobile and big houses has a way it creates inertia in the mind if you are required to relocate at any time.
They also want their space and privacy and are not necessarily thinking about extended family members moving in with them.
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If you agree with him and you are desirous of developing your own plot, I’m here for you.
By the way, are you a big house lover or a small house lover?
Another reason why you should consider smaller units for your housing needs.
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