The Suburban’s kitchen and living areas are open plan and compact. The kitchen makes good use of the available space by being discretely situated along the rear wall. This ensures lots of room to move around without compromising on space for bench tops, cupboards or appliances.
The Suburban’s two bedrooms are situated at each end of the house, which is great for privacy. Both bedrooms also have built-in robes, a luxury in a home of this size, and a sliding door out onto the optional deck and verandah along the front of the home. Highlight windows allow in extra light and help with passive heating. The images below show the bedrooms with carpet and vinyl planks to the living/meals area, one of several flooring options available throughout the home.
The Suburban makes good use of its available space by having a compact yet comfortably-sized bathroom. The toilet is situated in the main bathroom to save on space and the laundry is tucked away behind French doors opposite the bathroom.
The Suburban comes with our single-skillion facade as standard, which is generally used, but not limited to our single module homes such as this design and the Brooklyn. The feature image shows the optional 1.8m deck and verandah and exterior Weathertex Weathergroove and Colorbond cladding chosen from our standard range.