The Shoreham 14 is a compact modular home design that’s ideal as a small family residence or holiday home. Its main features of note are its efficient use of space, open plan design, and versatility when it comes to facade options.
Kitchen, Living & Dining
One of the Shoreham 14's main features is the spacious, open plan meals, living and kitchen areas.
With only 5 square metres of passageway throughout the entire home, the use of space is extremely efficient.
The kitchen has plenty of surface space thanks to the island bench and there's also plenty of storage space thanks to the generously sized walk in pantry with ample shelving for any home chef's needs.
The Shoreham 14 has three bedrooms along one side of the home. The master bedroom gains added privacy from being situated in a corner of the home and includes a walk in wardrobe for extra storage space as well as an ensuite for even more privacy. The second and third bedrooms have built in robes, and the third bedroom could easily double as a study thanks to the privacy gained from being in the opposite corner of the house, and the natural light provided by the large window.
The wardrobes in all bedrooms come fitted with a shelf unit and hanging rail as standard, and all bedrooms use the SmartRobe system with a sliding door to maximise the use of space.
Bathroom, Laundry & Toilets
The Shoreham 14 has a spacious main bathroom situated between the second and third bedrooms. The central toilet is standalone, providing extra convenience.
The main bathroom includes a bath for soaking in after a long day at work, which can be seen in the above image from our Bayswater display home. The top bathroom photo shows the ensuite and includes several optional upgrades such as floor to ceiling tiles and open shower screen.
The laundry provides lots of cupboard space as well as an exit to the rear of the home.
Outside, the Shoreham 14 lends itself perfectly to a wide range of facade options. The images at the beginning of this article show two variations - one with the split skillion facade and the other with our popular Cubehaus facade. The differences between the two facades are mostly cosmetic, however they do have different ceiling heights (see below.
An optional deck is also available along 1 side of the home - shown in merbau wood in the display home photos above. The shorter length of decking near the front door is included in the base price.
Other Notable Features
- The Shoreham 14 has high 9-foot ceilings throughout in the Cubehaus variation and raked 2.4m-3.6m ceilings in the split skillion facade option, giving a wonderful feeling of space throughout the home.
- The home shown in these images is our Bayswater display home and is shown with vinyl plank flooring, one of the most cost effective and durable modular home flooring options.
- The display home shown in these photos is 6-star energy rated thanks to the double glazed windows along the long northern facing side of the home. This double glazing provides greater energy efficiency as well as noise reduction throughout the home.
- The Shoreham 14 has a base price of just $189,050 (at the time of writing) with the split skillion facade, and $204,640 with the upgraded Cubehaus facade, demonstrating why it's one of our top selling modular home designs.
Click on the image below to take a virtual tour of the Shoreham 14.
The Shoreham 14 modular home design is ideal for a growing family, a couple, or a family holiday home. Its contemporary design, open plan layout, and versatile facade options make the Shoreham 14 a great value modular home. You can view the Shoreham 14 in person at our Bayswater (Melbourne) display centre.
Project Consultant at Anchor Homes