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Two Storey Designs - High Rise by WINNING Homes IQ

At WINNING Homes IQ it is our passion to help people buy and move into their very own first home. If you are looking to take the next step in choosing your home design, our two storey High Rise designs are perfect for people and families who want more space.

Our process focuses on keeping things simple, from helping our customers with finance options, securing land and building the home of their dreams. With over 30 years of experience in building, we understand the expectations of quick and affordable home designs and ensure that we offer homes that will be loved by our clients for years to come.

The High Rise two storey design offers high-quality finishings throughout with an affordable price tag and is perfect for building on narrow blocks. The design is well suited to a variety of lifestyles and family sizes, without compromising on style and cost.

Key features of our two storey design include:

Elevate your living space with a two storey home designed and built with your needs in mind. You can own a High Rise home with our available finance options:

Get that WINNING feeling with us – for more information on our two storey homes, get in touch with the WINNING team today!

Maximise your block

For home buyers that want to maximise the space available to them on a narrow block, building a two storey home is a good way to go. With a double-storey home, it means that you can have more bedrooms and living spaces. With lot sizes decreasing in Perth, take advantage by building a WINNING two storey house design and land package from WINNING Homes IQ.

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