Sandy Point Modular Home
3 Beds + 2 Bath
A double-story blissful family modular beach house that opens outwards to capture the beautiful coastal Victorian landscape.
The contemporary home maintains a striking street presence and has been set very sensitively into the landscape. The introduction to the home is welcoming and creates a sense of expectation. The floor plan over the two levels is clever and generously proportioned, providing multiple living areas and a brilliant division between the private and social spaces.
A modern coastal Arkular design, it employs passive solar principles and thermally efficient materials, including comprehensive insulation in walls and ceilings, a north-facing orientation and expansive double glazing; the home reflects serious consideration of sustainability, style and function.
Bushfire Attack Level
The property is located in a Bushfire Prone Area and has a Bushfire Attack Level Rating (BAL) of 29, with the inclusion of a 10,000L water tank for water supply for firefighting purposes and non-combustible sarking and insulation
The defendable space of the property extends 50 metres, meaning vegetation (fuel) has been modified and managed to reduce the effects of flame contact and radiant heat associated with a bushfire.