These 3 New Single Wide Manufactured Homes Are Simply Splendid
Single wide manufactured homes have come a long way since the trailer houses of the early 1930s. Today’s new designs range anywhere from as small as 500 square feet to over 1,000. With many layouts and decor styles to choose from, the possibilities are endless. Today, we are sharing three single wide manufactured homes that offer different features and decor styles that make them popular choices.
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Our first design is the Fox Creek from Fleetwood Homes and has 3 Beds and 2 Baths. This 902 square foot home is available for delivery in Virginia, Delaware, Kentucky, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Maryland, Washington DC. Currently being sold for around $49k, this split floor plan is a popular model because it offers a choice of 2 or 3 bedroom option depending on the needs.
The second of our three single wide manufactured homes is the 926 Advantage Plus 7616 from Clayton Homes (not sure why they name them such strange names!). Starting in the $80,000 range for the basic model. Of course if you make changes or add options that number will climb. This design is also available in the eastern part of the U.S. and offers more upgrades than a basic single wide mobile home design including:
- A kitchen island
- Double sinks in the master bath
- Separate tub and shower
Also, this design offers a more finished look on the walls and ceilings, no battens or popcorn ceilings in this home!
Our final home is offered from Oak Creek Homes and has a starting price of around $91,000. Featuring a newly designed kitchen with an island as well as plenty of cabinets and a nice open floor plan. Another feature we like about this design is the placement of the heating vents in the ceiling rather than the floor which helps to maximize space. There’s also LED lighting throughout which is very contemporary. This home is offered in the Southwestern part of the country, but the good thing about these designs is that if you see a home you like, more than likely your local dealer can help you find a home close to that design.
We are not a big fan of the wall board on the vanity wall but other than that this bathroom is pretty awesome.
Whether you are just starting out, looking for a temporary home while saving to build or buy your dream home, or have decided to downsize, single wide manufactured homes are a great solution. With prices ranging from 20k’s to upwards of 90k, you can find the perfect home to meet your budget and needs.
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