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1974 Manufactured Home Is Picture Perfect

We love it when we come across remodels like this 1974 manufactured home. Full of upgrades, this home has all the designer qualities that make this home fit for the cover of a magazine. Listed and sold for $239,000 in a 55+ community in California, we think you will appreciate this transformation as much as we do!

High-End Designer Interior

There’s little doubt that the interior of this 1974 manufactured home was taken down to the studs and completely remade. The upgrades include:

  • Quartz Counters and Large Center Island
  • Tiled Walk-in Shower with a Double Sink Quartz Counter Vanity
  • Large walk-in closet in the master bedroom and in the bath
  • Double Barn Doors leading to Master Bath and Walk-in Closet
  • Guest Bath with Beautiful Soaking Tub and Quartz Counter Vanity
  • New paint in the interior and the exterior
  • Recessed lighting
  • Water-resistant flooring throughout
  • Plus new plumbing, new roof, new electrical, and even new windows (double-pane and energy efficient)

The owners were able to take what was once a typical 70s manufactured home and update it into something brand new rather than tear it down and replace it.

Love the lighting choices.
Hanging the curtains higher is a great way to make the ceiling appear higher.

Related: 5 Ways to Make Low Ceilings Appear Higher in Mobile Homes.

The pendant lights complete the kitchen.
Love how the flooring flows through the home.
The entire home has such a classic look.
This soaker tub is AWESOME!

Magazine Cover Ready Exterior

The outside of this 1974 manufactured home is amazing as well. It includes three entertaining areas, a composite wood deck, and two additional paved exterior areas, There’s even an artificial grass area and an enclosed yard. No grass to mow! This home really does have it all.

You can never have too much entertaining space.
1974 manufactured home exterior
No grass to mow!

There is so much potential for manufactured homes, especially ones that have good bones. If you have the time and the budget to work with remodeling is always a great option.

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  1. Thanks for this inspiration! We have a 79 double wide that needs rehab and wondering if it is worth it to fix up. I’m feeling more positive about it after reading your article.

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Kim Alley

Kim Alley

Kim Alley has been a part of Mobile Home Living since 2017 and has written over 300 articles for the site.