With half a century of experience, innovation, strength and stability behind us, we’re honoured to continue the Oswald Homes tradition, delivering an exceptional building experience every step of the way.

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For over 50 years, we’ve been delivering a premium building experience – the Oswald Experience – which has earned us an enviable reputation for award-winning design expertise, fine craftsmanship and first-class customer service.


Your Oswald home starts with a conversation; a getting-to-know-you chat that gives your Oswald Homes designer those all-important insights into what you like in a home, what you need, and what your ideal home looks and feels like. As your custom design takes shape, we’ll use our state-of-the-art 3D modelling and virtual reality software to give you an exciting peek into the future, so you can experience your new home before we even lay the first brick.


Working hand in hand with your project manager/interior designer, you’ll be guided through the selections that will help define and reinforce your home’s style. You may have been inspired by an idea you’ve seen in the Oswald Homes showroom or in one of our displays. Maybe it’s a feature you spotted on your travels, online or one that you’ve designed yourself? Whatever the idea or inspiration, we’ll work with our trusted trades and suppliers to bring it to life.


You’ve taken a virtual tour of your new home and you’ve chosen all the fixtures, features and finishes. Now it’s time for the vision to become a reality. Your project manager will outline what to expect when keeping you up to date with the progress on-site as construction moves from one stage to the next. Your new Oswald home will be built to your exacting standards and specification and comes with our Statutory Six-Year Warranty and Oswald’s own comprehensive maintenance period.

Every Oswald build is different. And every home that Oswald builds is different.

Because that’s just the way you like it.

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