If you’re attracted to the style and sophistication of contemporary homes, modular designs are an ideal choice. From compact and understated to spacious and luxurious, there’s a great selection of floor plans to suit families of all sizes.
To help you find the perfect contemporary home for your needs, we’re highlighting three of our favourites – the Anglesea, Shoreham 14, and Sorrento.
Each design has its own charm and includes features that add a distinct contemporary feel. We’re sure you’ll love them too!
With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, the Anglesea is a stunning example of a large, contemporary modular home. Looking equally at home in bush, urban or coastal locations, the two-storey design makes great use of space and packs in plenty of features.
All three bedrooms are generously sized, and two include their own ensuite and walk-in-robe. This makes it perfectly suited to a holiday home for up to three couples, or as a permanent residence for a family with older children.
The upper floor includes a deck to take in the views, and the optional double garage provides lots of storage space and looks fantastic.
With a base price of $323,430 (at the time of writing), the Anglesea is hard to beat if you’re looking for a large, contemporary modular home.
2. Shoreham 14
The Shoreham 14 offers contemporary living at it’s best. The three bedrooms are all situated along one side of the house, which creates plenty of room for a spacious open-plan living area on the opposite side.
The large living area windows allow you to take in the views over the optional deck that includes sliding door access.
The kitchen is a generous size and features a walk-in pantry plus an island bench, so you can chat as you cook. Bedroom 1 includes an ensuite and walk-in-robe, while Bedrooms 2 and 3 are situated on either side of the main bathroom for convenience.
The design offers flexibility with regards to facade options too, which allows you create a look you love.
The base price for the Shoreham 14 with the contemporary split-skillion facade option is $214,880 (at the time of writing), and with the sleek and modern Cubehaus facade is $232,640 (at the time of writing).
If you’d like a contemporary family home that has all the practical features you need, plus a little luxury, the Sorrento is definitely one to consider. With three bedrooms plus a smaller fourth that can be used as a study, there’s lots of room for all the family.
The centrally located living zone is wonderfully spacious, and the raked ceiling adds height and abundant natural light in through the highlight windows.
The design also includes a theatre room, and you can choose to remove the wall to extend the living area if you’d prefer. The large alfresco area is included in the base price and can be accessed directly from the living area, for easy entertaining throughout the year.
With a base price of $268,770 (at the time of writing), the Sorrento offers plenty of value and luxury to families looking for a contemporary home.
Final Word on Contemporary Modular Designs
The Anglesea, Shoreham 14, and Sorrento are all stunning contemporary homes, and each has their own set of features that make them unique.
From the three bedrooms and three bathrooms of the two-story Anglesea, to the spacious living area of the Shoreham 14, and the stunning alfresco of the Sorrento, you’re bound to find a contemporary modular design that fits your needs.
Over to You
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