4 Hot Florida Mobile Homes For Sale in 55+ Parks

We love to cruise the internet looking for cool mobile homes. This month we are sharing 4 Florida mobile homes for sale in 55+ parks.

55+ parks are just that, they only allow owners that over 55. Some parks are known for being very strict but most are pretty laid back. Based on Zillow, these 4 Florida mobile homes for sale could be considered bargains for their location.

Keep in mind, while these homes are available at publication, they may be sold by the time you read this. Homes aren’t staying on the market long!

1980 Double Wide for $17,000

Location: Ocala, FL

Price: $17,000

1008 sq ft 42×24

2 Bed 2 Bath 

Our first home is located in one of the many senior parks in Florida. Move-in ready with a space rent of $657, which includes water, sewer, trash, lawn care, and use of the amenities.

It even includes most of the furniture and has privacy, it sits on a gorgeous private lot in the park.

A few minor updates would make this kitchen stand out.
Senior Parks Kitchen
Love this rounded kitchen.
Awnings are a must in the Florida heat.

Related: 40 Mobile Home Awnings, Carports, and Patio Covers

Perk of this lot? No neighbors in the backyard.

Waterfront Living In This 1974 Mobile Home

Location: New Port Richey, FL

Prices: $42,500

2 Bed 2 Bath

HOA Fees: $695

If you have always wanted to live by the water this furnished 2 bedrooms/ 2 bath mobile home is a must-see.

It’s definitely one of our favorite finds today. HOA fees are listed at $695 which seems to be about the norm for most of the senior parks in Florida. We especially love the kitchen in this beauty!

Mobile Home Living Room
Can never have too many windows.
Senior Parks Mobile Home Kitchen
Nice little breakfast bar.
Love this layout

Related: 33 Beautiful Backsplashes in Mobile Homes.

Mobile Home Dining Room
Small fireplace to break the chill.
Mobile Home Water Area
Who wouldn’t love sitting by the water.
Mobile Home Exterior
Love these colors.

1985 Double Wide is a Bargain

This 2 Bedroom/2 Bath mobile home is a steal at $18,500. It includes 2 sunrooms and has been recently updated with tons of new updates.

The only updates we can see that might be in order would be some new flooring. Finding a home with unpainted paneling is fairly rare. I think paneling isgreat – I’d probably leave one wall with and paint the other 3.

The lot rent/ HOA fee is $760, which includes water sewer, garbage, fire rescue, and taxes.

Mobile Home Living Room
Huge living room.
Senior Parks Mobile Home Bedroom
An update to the lighting would be an easy way to change the look of this bedroom.
Mobile Home Kitchen
Wallpaper would have to go.
Mobile Home Exterior
Carports are a staple in most Florida homes.

Farmhouse Style Double Wide Wows

Our final home isn’t quite like any of the others we have shared today. With a price tag of a whopping $110,000, this home has been completely renovated in the popular farmhouse decor style. Here’s the listing:

Beautiful 55+ Community 2 bed 2 baths fully renovated, completely renovated in Farmhouse style, butcher block, and granite countertop, white shaker cabinets, floating shelves in the kitchen, modern Pendant lightings, brick wall bathrooms, grey and white bathroom shaker cabinets, modern furniture, wood flooring, renovated Florida Room; furnished, light gray painted walls, walk-in closets, all new appliances, inside-outside porches, huge laundry room and storage room, clubhouse side, NO land Rent, HOA $225 monthly which includes water, maintenance, basic cable service.

Take a look at this beauty!

Farmhouse Double Wide Interior
We are a big fan of pendant lighting.
Farmhouse Double Wide Kitchen
Butcher block counter tops!
Farmhouse Double Wide Breakfast Bar
This mobile home is a beauty.
Farmhouse Double Wide Built Ins
Even the built-in has been updated.
Farmhouse Double Wide Master Bath
The brick makes a nice backdrop.
Senior Parks Farmhouse Double Wide Exterior
What’s a Florida home without some palm trees?

As you can see from the listings we shared today, lot rent in most senior parks across Florida is somewhere in the range of $500-600, which typically includes most of the basic utilities and use of the amenities that the community offers. Although a little steep, if you can find a home that’s a bargain, it may be well worth the investment for the perks that come with community living.

Big thanks to our friend Steve from the Manufactured Housing Facebook group for finding the hot mobile homes in Senior parks we have shared today. If you haven’t checked out his group yet you need to take a look. Also, be sure to join our Mobile Home Living Facebook group as well, to show off your remodeling projects and get tips and advice from other mobile home living owners!

As always, thank you for reading Mobile Home Living.

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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.


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  1. Hello. We are very interested in the one listed for $18,500. Can you give more information of it’s location and application process. I would love to talk to an agent. Please contact me by email and I will give you a phone number.

  2. Looking at the one that was listed as waterfront living 1974 mobile unit 2br 2ba furnished $42,500 had canal in back yard. What is distance to the beach/ocean? Can we have a boat on the canal?
    Did not see name of park.