The prebuild process is a little tedious, but that is the same with most builders. Allworth at the time we’re not very good with assisting with selections or interior finishes, not sure if that has changed recently, so be sure to have a good idea of what you want it to look like.
The Carlisle already came with their top finish package at the time so included a fitted laundry, stone bench tops with waterfall ends etc. I did the flooring after handover, as the Allworth range is very basic. I do recall the kitchen people thinking it was a licence to print money, so be prepared to pay through the nose for any kitchen upgrades, especially the benchtops.
All in all the building phase went pretty well, just a couple of things I had to get them to sort out. They did get it to handover in around 20weeks from memory, but pretty sure I had a timeline at the start of the post.
They are definitely a value for money builder that are great if you know what you want and don’t want and fancy frills or a Mac Jones display home.