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4 Modular Home Floor Plans Picked For You

Interested in a modular home? Check out a few of our favorite Clayton Built® models, along with tips on searching for homes that are available in your area.

When you’re deciding which type of off-site built home to purchase, what are some factors you’ll want to consider? Some people prefer homes that could be moved to a new location in the future, while other favor a permanent foundation. You may be considering how many home sections you want or details like the roof pitch. Maybe you’re still learning about the differences between a manufactured and modular home.

Regardless of where you are in your journey to finding your dream home, the Clayton Built® team wants to be there every step of the way to answer your questions and provide the resources you need to make the perfect choice.

If you’re looking for a multi-section home constructed in an indoor building facility, then transported and assembled on a permanent foundation according to local codes, you’re probably interested in a modular home. Below, we’ve put together some of our favorite modular home options from across the country and a few tips for finding modular homes that are available in your area.

1. The Drake

Modular home kitchen with a large breakfast bar and white cabinets.

If you’re on the lookout for a larger modular home, then The Drake could be a great option for you. This model is 1,980 sq. ft. home, with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a gorgeous contemporary style. The open floor plan, large breakfast bar and bonus room are a few of our favorite features throughout this home, but the primary suite is definitely a showstopper. French doors lead you from the large primary bedroom into the bathroom, where you’re greeted with double sinks, a built-in vanity and enough storage cabinets for all of your personal items. Not to mention this bathroom is complete with a beautiful separate tub and shower, making this room your ultimate retreat.

2. Taylor 6430-9062 Sect

Primary bathroom with a large soaker tub and walk-in shower.

The Taylor 6430-9062 Sect is another one of our larger modular home options, with a uniquely modern twist. This 1,920 sq. ft. home is complete with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and plenty of built-in features to make it truly one of a kind. Elements like the gray brick entertainment wall in the living room, sleek sliding doors in the primary suite and a built-in mudroom create the perfect flow of modern design throughout the floor plan. With so many gorgeous features throughout this home, it’s hard to choose just one, and one of our favorite parts is the customization options. This model gives you enough flexibility to change aspects like countertop options and deluxe bathroom upgrades to truly make this home your own.

3. 3328 Classic

Modular home kitchen with oak stained cabinets and a large dining area.

Contemporary and modern styles are always a solid choice when you’re considering a home, but maybe you’re a fan of the more classic look. The 3328 Classic is a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2,026 sq. ft. home filled with timeless features from floor to ceiling. Amenities like the brick fireplace and covered porch are a few touches in this home that create a cozy and homey feel. It’s the details that matter, and when you walk throughout the open floor plan, you will find those small details built right in, like thick crown molding and large windows to ensure your home is illuminated with warm natural lighting.

4.The Rio Grande II

A large modular home floor plan with ceiling beams and open windows.

We’ve talked a lot about the various styles and intricate features that make up different Clayton Built® modular homes, now let’s talk about a home that brings it all together. The Rio Grande II is 2,280 sq. ft. home with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. This stunning model combines the best of both worlds with those small details, like natural wooden ceiling beams and crisp white features, while also incorporating notable elements like a separate dining area and private, split bedrooms. From the large kitchen to the open walk-in closets, this model is sure to check everything on your must-have list.

Searching for Your Perfect Modular Home

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We wish we had the time, and space, to talk about all of our favorite models, but we also want to show you how to find the perfect modular home in your area. Start by visiting our easy-to-use Find a Home page, where you can see available Clayton Built® models and general pricing in your area. From here, you can input the ZIP code of the area where you wish to purchase a home and select filters for things like your preferred price range, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, and best of all, modular construction.

Interested in a modular home, but having trouble finding a home model you like that’s available in your area? The good news is that most manufactured home HUD models have the ability to be built to modular specifications, so make sure to ask your local home center consultant if this is an option in your area. Not sure where to find your local home center? No problem! You can easily schedule an appointment below.

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