Is it good to buy south facing house?

Is it good to buy south facing house?

Most people follow`Vastu Shastra guidelines when buying a Site or looking for a house. The direction that the house (main door) or site faces is of the most important consideration. In fact as per Vastu Shastra, a South facing house/site can be very auspicious provided certain Vastu principles are applied correctly.

Why are south facing homes better?

The main advantage of a south-facing house or garden is the amount of sunlight you’ll enjoy. As the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, the south side of any house will see the most hours of sunlight during the day – especially in the Northern Hemisphere – so a south-facing garden takes advantage of this.

Why do Tamilians buy south facing house?

The most important factor is the correct placement (location) of the main door/entrance door. Hence, with South facing houses, one thing that can make it auspicious is the correct positioning of the entrance or main door of the home.

Should I buy a house with north facing garden?

I think it depends on the size of your garden and what else surrounds it. A north-facing garden will be over-shadowed by the house for at least some of the day, but if it’s longer than the shadow, that’s not much of a problem and could be an advantage in heat like this.

What direction should garden face?

The easiest way to tell if your garden is south facing is to stand in it, facing to the rear and use a compass or app on your phone. If the compass says ‘south’, your garden is south facing. Alternatively, if you want to know what direction a garden faces at a house you’re keen to buy, you can find out on Google Maps.

Why does North Facing get more sun?

For houses, in general an orientation capturing sunlight from the north is the most desirable because it will deliver radiant heat into the house. Essentially this will act as passive solar heating in winter, but in summer it is easy to shade the northern facades of the house to stop the heat from penetrating.