If you’re interested in buying a prefabricated house to call your next home, you have a few options to consider. For example, some people prefer a home that can be moved to a new location, while others are looking for a permanent foundation. You may be considering what size home you want or details like the roof pitch or front porch. Or maybe you’re still learning about the difference between a manufactured and modular home.
Wherever you are in your journey to finding your dream home, the Clayton Built® team wants to be there to answer your questions and provide the resources you need to make the perfect choice. If you like the idea of a home that’s built to local codes in an indoor facility and then assembled on permanent foundation, a modular home may be the right choice for you. Below, we’ve put together a list of our favorite modular home models from across the country and at different price ranges, plus a few tips for finding modular homes that are available in your area.
With 9-foot ceilings and at 1,404 sq. ft., the Somerset DR 5228-MS012 Sect home model feels open and airy with plenty of room for everyone. The 3 bedroom, 2 bath home boasts contemporary features and fixtures in the kitchen and bathrooms. Notable amenities include a large kitchen island, a utility room, a separate soaking tub and a double-sink bathroom vanity.
2. Highland Park
The Highland Park 6430-MS038 Sect is one of our larger modular home models with a midcentury modern twist. The 1,920 sq. ft. home is complete with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and plenty of built-in storage. Sleek sliding doors in the primary suite and a built-in mudroom create the perfect flow of modern design throughout the home.
3. Michigan AVE
The Michigan AVE 6028-MS026 Sect is the perfect model for anyone who works from home. The office nook is a great spot to make video calls away from the busy parts of the home. And at 1,620 sq. ft. with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, the floor plan has plenty of room for everyone. The 9-foot ceilings also open the space up, and features like the pantry, mudroom and garage option make this model truly feel like a home.
Contemporary style homes feel refreshing and updated, and the Mountain RD 5630-MS045 Sect home model is no exception. You’ll find sleek design features throughout the home, from the white kitchen to the beautiful, oversized shower tiles. The 1,690 sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms features an open floor plan, covered porch, large kitchen island and fireplace that adds coziness.
5. Lombard St
The primary bathroom suite in the Lombard St 6428-MS031 Sect model is enough to make you want to call it home, but if that doesn’t sell you on it, its 1,728 sq. ft. and 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms will. This model combines contemporary style with farmhouse accents like the distressed wood details and farmhouse sink in the kitchen. The split bedroom design is great for families with children or if you live with roommates. And amenities like a fireplace and utility room help elevate this surprisingly affordable floor plan.
6. The Wave
If you need a lot of space, one of our biggest models is The Wave. It features more than 2,000 sq. ft. and 4 bedrooms with 2 baths. It has more of a traditional feel but with modern amenities like vaulted ceilings, a kitchen island and open floor plan. It’s a great place to call home for big families or small.
7. Sunset Blvd
Enough storage can be hard to come by, but the Sunset Blvd 6830-MS039 Sect features plenty of built-in options for the family that loves a clutter-free home. Not only does the bathroom in this 2,040 sq. ft. and 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home have floor-to-ceiling cabinets, but you have more built-in storage in the mudroom, too.
8. Fifth AVE
All your farmhouse dreams will come true with the Fifth AVE 6030-MS036 Sect, from the shiplap details and barn-style pantry door to the wire-brushed oak wood ceiling beams. The 1,800 sq. ft model with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms not only features a beautiful, large primary suite, but a kitchen with a farmhouse sink, island and large pantry. One of the standout features is the coffered distressed wood look of the ceiling above the large kitchen island that gives the home a high-end feel.
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