Timber-frame home supplier Scandia-Hus is launching the new Mulberry show home at its West Sussex headquarters.
The new demonstration model mixes traditional and contemporary styles, and is the third show home to be built at the site by the Scandinavian house builder. Powered by an air source heat pump, the Mulberry house incorporates the benefits of advanced Swedish technology, using sustainably sourced timber to create an airtight structure.
The one-and-a-half-storey chalet bungalow has three bedrooms, open-plan spaces and vaulted ceilings in places.
The traditionally designed mock Tudor-style Oakleigh and the contemporary Adelia – powered by a ground source heat pump – are also available to view.
Visitors to the show centre will get the chance to experience first hand the quality of a Scandia-Hus kit home, as well as discuss projects with one of Scandia-Hus's knowledgeable team members.
There will also be the opportunity to research the products used in the builds, such as windows, doors, kitchens, underfloor heating and the luxury spiral wine cellar featured in the open-plan kitchen/dining space. One-to-one consultations with experienced project managers will also be available to discuss individual self-build requirements in more detail.
An open day, to be held on March 19, 2022, will feature various seminars throughout the day. More details will soon be available online. Visits can be booked by appointment before that date.