Are split-level homes making a comeback? In light of what we discussed in this article, it is easy to see that split level houses are making a strong comeback. Putting up a split level home for rent or investing for appreciation are highly recommended approaches if you want to capitalize on this trend.
Can a split-level be converted? The unique floor plan and exterior of a split-level home often makes it difficult to make large changes when renovating, but with good planning and flexibility, you can transform your vintage 50s place into a modern-feeling, friendly gathering place.
What are the disadvantages of split-level houses?
- Lots of Stairs. No matter how much variation there is between split-level homes, one common characteristic is the number of stairs.
- Limitations for Remodeling.
- Broken Up Entertaining Space.
- Uneven House Lot.
- Perception of Being Outdated.
- Possibly Difficult to Sell.
Why don’t they build split-level homes anymore? Because split levels are still seen as unfashionable, there’s a lower demand for them, and they usually sell for less than ranch-style homes of the same age and square footage. If you can get beyond the downsides explained above, you can often get a fully functional house at a discount price.