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Modular Home Designs

Below you find our current and past home models. Homes labeled Model Home, or Model Home For Sale are available for tour at the indicated sales center. All homes marked Order Only, are not on-site to tour, but available for custom order.

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Atlantic ICMA95075 Modular Home

Spacious kitchen with large island and a big utility room.

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Atlantic ICMA95252 Modular Home

This open concept home features a beautiful kitchen and large utility room.

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Commodore 3AM2805P Modular Home

The sliding barn door at the walk-in pantry adds rustic charm.

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Commodore PG251A Modular Home

This slant island kitchen and large nook with bench and desk have been a best seller for years.

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Commodore 3AM2803V Modular Home

The kitchen features a double barn door walk-in pantry and a huge kitchen island.

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New Image NI127 Modular Home

This 9/12 cape cod home features many upgrades such as solid pine interior doors and a granite island top.

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New Image NI127 Modular Home

This 12/12 roof pitch cape cod gives you room to grow.

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New Image Franklin Modular Home

The offset floor plan gives this home curb appeal.

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Pleasant Valley Brighton IIA Modular Home

This home features a raised kitchen snack bar and master bedroom tray ceiling.

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Pleasant Valley Davenport Modular Home

This open concept floor plan is perfect for entertaining.

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Pleasant Valley Bridgeport B Modular Home

A ceramic shower, beautiful cabinetry, and a walk-in closet can be found in the master suite.

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Pleasant Valley Worcester Modular Home

The built-in covered porch at the front door leads into the great room with a stone fireplace.

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Modular Homes Built to a Higher Standard

Modular homes are beautiful residences built in a controlled factory environment and designed to be set on a permanent approved foundation on private property. Built to the IRC Code, modular homes get constructed in sections, or modules, and are then transported to the construction site 70-90% complete. On-site the sections are set on a foundation and completed to create your new home. Modular floor plans consist of many different styles and sizes, such as ranch, split-level, gable entry, cape cod, chalet, log sided, and two-story.

Green Building Methods Reduce Waste and Cost

Employing the factory-built concept is more efficient than on-site construction. That efficiency translates into the homebuyer saving thousands of dollars, or enabling them to purchase more home for the money. The factory-built concept minimizes waste, as planning allows you the use of material that would normally be scrap. And, by taking advantage of buying material in bulk, manufacturers add to the savings. Modular construction also offers price savings that other methods cannot. Since modular construction can be completed in up to 35% less time than site-built construction, there is a reduction in financing costs. Therefore, interim construction financing gets significantly reduced or eliminated.

Top 10 Modular Home Facts

  • Modular homes can be customized.
  • Most modular home companies have in-house engineering departments that can make custom changes for you.
  • Modular home designs vary in style and size with 1000’s of floor plans and options choices.
  • Modular homes are permanent structures — “real property.”
  • Modular homes can be built on approved crawlspaces and basements.
  • Modular homes are considered a form of green building.
  • Modular homes are faster to build than 100% site-built homes.
  • Home loans for modular homes are the same as site-built homes.
  • Modular homes appraise the same as their on-site built counterparts do.
  • Taxes and insurance on modular homes are the same as site-built homes.
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