A beachy feel and communal living is just what you'll want at
your weekender home. Take a look at Sarah Homes' Streeton 3
If you like the style of a beach house but want all the elements of a modern home, then perhaps the three-bedroom Streeton 3 design from Sarah Homes is the one for you.
Upon walking through the Streeton's sliding doors you'll find an open plan floorplan with kitchen, dining and living room across the front section of the home. This layout provides plenty of home entertainment space and makes the most of the floorplan while keeping in line with the home's laid-back design.
The kitchen is set to one corner of the space but houses plenty of worktop space and cupboard storage along with stainless steel appliances. It overlooks the spacious dining area which is surrounded by long windows on three angles, giving the main area of the home an astounding amount of natural light.
This design has an emphasis on entertaining and creating a relaxed environment, which is just what you want when you're away at the beach.
The hallway behind the kitchen leads to the back of the home where three bedrooms, a laundry and bathroom are scattered. The main and second bedrooms are next to each other and both have ample wardrobes for storage and easy accessibility to the bathroom which contains a bath and shower in one room, a separate toilet and separate vanity area.
The laundry seconds as a small throughway from the back sliding door and the third bedroom is alongside, and has enough room for two sets of bunk beds.
The Streeton 3 measures l2.9m width and 9.3m depth and is designed to suit coastal blocks with its condensed layout leaving plenty of room for the trademark Sarah Homes decking. The decking remains a flexible fixture in this design and aims to meet the needs of families and their specific entertaining needs.
Measuring in at ll9sqm, this compact design incorporates a laid-back feel and provides families with communal space to enjoy time together.
10-Jul-2016 - The Sunday Mail Home Magazine
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