When searching for a house for sale online, you might have read a word multiple times, “a ‘luxury’ house is available for purchase.” After reading this headline, one thinks there must be something unusual about this house. Whether it’s just the price, location, modern conveniences, or the combination of various expensive things.
However, luxury is not about how much cash you spend on the house. Rather, it’s more subjective to what high-end buyers expect from this particular property.
If you are planning to purchase a luxury house or thinking about whether to describe your home as a luxury property consider the following qualities of a luxury house.
Inevitably, a ‘luxury’ house price tag depends upon the property’s location. A billion-rupee house in a shantytown may not be luxurious. But, a similarly priced house in a better locality such as DHA, Bahria Town, or Model Town would be one of the priciest and most luxurious residences in the city.
No matter which country, state, or city, luxury houses are in the most coveted areas. Whether they are on sandy slopes, on the mountain, sun-kissed beach, or overlooking the majestic sparkling lights of the city. If you want to get a luxury house, you must look for a prime location. And such areas are continually evolving: just look around you, and you will see new shopping malls and trendy restaurants turning an ordinary space into a hot spot, making it the most engaging area for high-end buyers.
The construction architecture, finishes, materials, furnishings, appliances, and design must be a cut above what is considered standard. Wood, marble, crystal, hardwood, and high-quality tools have all become standard components of luxury houses.
From bowling alleys to movie theatres, from temperature-controlled swimming pools to arcades, and from manicured lawn to decontamination showers, luxury houses include the most elegant facilities and amenities.
It is not wrong to say that terrazzo is another most significant interior design trend of the year 2020. You might not think of it, but it is an older trend that has come back with a modern twist. Made from a mix of glass, quartz, marble, or granite chips suspended in a polished resin or cement – terrazzo has become a retro-luxe option that can be used in kitchens and washrooms, even in the hallway.
Larger patterns in several shades present a fresh feel to space, and this is why terrazzo is going to be significant. There are various ways to bring this trend into your house, where terrazzo covers everything from washrooms to floors, to the kitchen to even coffee tables.