Building a new custom home can provide you with the opportunity to truly add your own personal touches. But in some cases, such as adding a trapeze in the back yard or constructing a large look-out loft that is specific for bird watching, one-of-a-kind features may not necessarily be a big selling feature when you eventually go to sell the property in the future.
But there are still ways to give a newly built home your unique signature, while at the same time projecting the “wow factor” for a potential purchaser later on. Just some of these can include:
- A spa bathroom. If you’re seeking a great place to relax in privacy, a spa bathroom could be an ideal feature to add to your custom abode. This could include an actual sauna – and it should ideally include a soaker tub (with whirlpool jets), a separate shower, and heat lamps.
- Outdoor pool and kitchen. One of the biggest perks of living in the Sunshine State is the year-round temperate weather. So, what better way to take advantage of that than to include an in-ground swimming pool, along with outdoor cooking facilities like a grilling station, and a place to sit and enjoy your meals.
There are also some not-so-unique areas where you can still make your home stand out, while at the same time making it “yours.” These can include a commercial grade kitchen with quality appliances, technological conveniences (such as the ability to control lights, locks, and alarms even when you’re not there), and a dressing area in the master bedroom closet (or even in all of the closets).
If you’re planning to build a new custom home in Orlando or the surrounding Central Florida area, give us a call. We’ll show you what’s possible to create – and to enjoy for many years to come in your custom new home.