5 1960s Mobile Homes For Sale this Fall

There’s just something about older mobile homes that make them special. Maybe it’s just the fact that they have survived after all this time and are still providing a great home to a family. That’s why this month we are sharing 5 1960s mobile homes for sale that we found on Realtor.com.

Keep in mind, these homes were available at publication, but may not be on the market for long.

1968 Mobile Home in Connecticut is Just Waiting for the Right Buyer

We love this 2 bedroom/1 bath mobile home listed for $32,900. At only 660 square feet it would make the perfect project home for someone who is DIY handy. The interior is full of paneling, but a fresh coat of paint would be an easy fix for that if you wanted to brighten it up. Some built-ins offer extra storage and a nice size yard that includes a carport. Also, it looks like the bathroom has recently been updated which is a plus!

Not sure we would paint this paneling.
This kitchen could use some color.
Fresh paint would brighten up that built-in
1960s mobile homes for sale connecticut exterior
Very well maintained.

1963 California Mobile Home

It’s not often that you find an updated mobile home in California for this price. This one bedroom/one bath 620 square foot is a steal for $20,000. Not only does it look great on the inside, but it’s also in a prime corner spot in a mobile home community.

Furniture placement helps keep this space from feeling crowded.
A colorful backsplash would make this kitchen stand out.
Breaking up the tile design adds character.
So friendly looking.

Florida Mobile Home is Small but Cute

It’s hard to believe that in today’s market this 2 bedroom/1 1/2 bath home is listed for only $16,900. Light and bright with new flooring and a recent update, this home is move-in ready.

Nice size living room.
Making the most of the space with the washer and dryer.
Maybe some fresh bushes with some color?

1969 Mobile Home in Oregon

This 2 bedroom/2 bath double wide is a rare find at $36,000. With a mostly all original interior, except for new flooring and windows, this is a handyman’s dream, all it needs is a little love.

That’s a lot of paneling.

Related: How to Paint Wood Paneling in Mobile Homes.

The backsplash brightens up the kitchen.
Would you paint this built-in or leave it as is?
This double wide is a rare find.

Beach Ready Mobile Home in Myrtle Beach

We love this remodeled 2 bedroom/2 bath single wide listed for $65,000. Perfect for those who are looking to be close to the beach but not oceanfront.

Floors are updated throughout.
Small kitchen but plenty of cabinets.
Love this grey.
A little landscaping would make a huge difference.

We really enjoyed searching for these 5 1960s mobile homes for sale this month. It was really tough to narrow it down to just 5 vintage beauties. Be on the lookout for next month’s article where we will be sharing 5 1970s models on the market!

Thanks 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,
    I love your website! Lots of really good information. We are looking for a vintage mobile home that can be put on our 11 acres in Oklahoma County. Do you have any resources we could check? Love the 60’s models but would go south something from the 70’s. Would like to fix it up. My husband is a heavy haul driver so we could move it but closer to home would be preferred.

  2. Nice. Thank you. These are always so fun.

    But…. waiting for this “grey” fad to die, just die.

    And no: don’t paint wood. That hutch is just fine.