Building a new 3-bedroom home and looking for design ideas? Whether you’re in the early stages of your journey, or are just finalising the finishing touches, a great place to find inspiration is to look inside real-life homes built by real people like you.
In this article, we’re featuring four stunning 3-bedroom modular home projects that are sure to get you excited. Modern, stylish and with plenty of wow factor, each home showcases what is possible when you choose a floorplan that fits your needs and add your own spin to make it truly yours.
1. The Tambo at Bowral, NSW
When our client was looking to build a 3-bedroom home in Bowral, a large town in the picturesque Southern Highlands of New South Wales, the Tambo ticked all the boxes.The combination of the natural wood hues of the cladding and decking and the bold Cubehaus facade, give the home a modern and stylish feel that looks right at home in the rural setting.
The home includes three good-sized bedrooms, with an ensuite and walk-in-robe for the main. The bright living area includes bi-fold doors opening out to the optional front decking, which make a real statement and adds some serious class. The addition of the optional carport and shed add storage space and both blend seamlessly with the exterior to complete the look. With a base price of just $207,310 (at the time of writing) the Tambo offers great value and is one of our most popular 3-bedroom homes.
2. The Seaford 16 at Eden, NSW
Located on a beautiful bush property just north of Eden, New South Wales, the Seaford 16 was the ideal fit for this project. With 9-foot ceilings, the home feels spacious, breezy and light filled throughout. The gorgeous open-plan living space opens out on to the stunning deck and some amazing views.
The floorplan was slightly modified to suit the block, and the master bedroom features an ensuite and sliding door access to its own private deck. The kitchen is a highlight, with a large walk-in pantry and optional designer light fittings. The exterior has been customised to include the Cubehaus facade on the bedroom side and the Skillion facade over the living zone. The base price of the Seaford 16 (at the time of writing) is $264,200, which is good value for this impressive 3-bedroom home.
3. The Anglesea at Lake Tyers Beach, Victoria
When our clients made the sea change from Melbourne to Lake Tyers Beach in Gippsland, Victoria, they chose a customised version of the Anglesea design. The two-storey home makes a statement by the water and the first-floor deck takes full advantage of the stunning views.
Bedroom 1 is situated on the ground floor looking out over the water and includes an ensuite. Bedroom 2 plus a second bathroom are also located on the lower floor, plus a full-size laundry and separate toilet. The open-plan kitchen and dining space opens out to the ground level deck and has internal access to the large garage. Bedroom 3 is upstairs and features a walk-in robe and ensuite, plus, a large separate living area with first-floor deck access. The Anglesea’s base price is $323,430 (at the time of writing) and with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, it’s a great choice for a large family home.
4. The Sorrento at Somerville, Victoria
For our client’s new home project in Somerville, Victoria, they were looking for a design they could customise to make their own. Our team worked with them to adjust the floorplan and add some unique features, and the result was this beautiful 3-bedroom version of the Sorrento.
The large, centrally located open living zone is truly spectacular. With bi-fold doors that open out to the decking from both the family and formal dining area, it brings the outside in, creating the ideal place to entertain or relax and enjoy the views. Bedroom 1 has sliding door access to the deck and includes an ensuite, and is located in a separate wing to Bedrooms 2 and 3 for added privacy. The base price for the Sorrento is $268, 770 (at the time of writing) which also includes the alfresco (usually an optional extra).
Final Word on 3-Bedroom Modular Home Projects
With so many floorplans and design options out there, narrowing it down can be tough. But when you have a list of your essentials, work with an experienced builder, and check out real-life homes for inspiration, you’ll be well on your way to designing the 3-bedroom home of your dreams.
Over to You
Are you looking for ideas and inspiration for your 3-bedroom home? Or do you have some design tips to share? We’d love to hear from you!
Project Consultant at Anchor Homes