This Oregon single wide home is gorgeous! Everything about it is beautiful; the lawn, the patios, and the home create a perfectly polished property. And that’s just on the outside, the interior is just as awesome!
These photos remind me of a train model build. You know, those photos of the little miniature towns and mobile homes? At first, that’s what I thought I was looking at.
Once I got sight of the interior I knew this was the real deal!
It happens to be for sale in Aurora, Oregon. The tall trees and lush green are indicative of the Northwest.
Perfectly green surroundings. Nature has always provided the perfect privacy fence!
The interior is just as gorgeous.
Beautiful Oregon Single Wide Interior
This Oregon single wide has a great mix of shabby chic and old world tavern style. Think flea market fabulous with a shot of vintage. Regardless of how you describe it the combination makes for one beautiful home!
The pale muted walls and ceilings along with the bold flooring choice allow the unique decor to really shine. I just can’t get enough of this home!
Notice the terra cotta floor?
New Windows = New Home
Installing new windows makes a huge difference in older mobile homes. The modernize the home instantly. Windows are the best investments for older mobile homes because it changes both the interior an exterior and can reduce energy consumption by a significant amount.
Windows are the best investments for older mobile homes because it changes both the interior and exterior and can reduce energy consumption significantly.
The warm fall colors mated with the minty green are a perfect combination for this Oregon single wide.
I could see myself living here and loving every minute of it. Too bad I don’t have an extra $169,000 laying around anywhere.
This is a charming property and a real jewel of a manufactured home. It’s everything I love about factory-built homes: affordability, potential, and simplicity. The decor is tasteful and unique. The surroundings are beautiful and the large windows are perfect.
You can get more information about the home here.
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