5 70s Mobile Homes For Sale in October

There is just something special about 70s mobile homes. Maybe it’s the curved kitchens that were so popular during that time or the built-ins that seemed to be in every home, all we know is that they have stood the test of time. This month we are sharing 5 70s mobile homes that we found listed online for sale. Each has something different to offer and each is just looking for the right owner!

If you missed last month’s sale post you can take a look here at the 5 1960s Mobile Homes We Found For Sale.

Just a reminder, although these homes were available online at publication, the links may not still be available as homes are sold quickly!

1970’s Charm in Oregon

If you are looking for a double-wide that has all the original charm of the ’70s then look no further. This 3 bedroom 2 bath home is listed for $69,800 and has most of its original features. This home would be perfect for a DIYer with some time on their hands, or as a starter home for a family.

70s mobile homes oregon exterior
A split living room and family is featured in this double wide.
Breakfast bar for quick meals.
Oregon dining room
Built-ins were super popular in the 70s.
Very well-maintained exterior.

Transformed Single Wide in Ohio

Our next find is a 1979 single-wide that has been completely renovated. Listed at $70,000 this 2 bedroom 1 bath home is amazing. Take a look at the listing:

Welcome home to this fully renovated mobile home; the transformation is completely breathtaking! Open the door to be blown away by the open concept from living to kitchen. The kitchen has plenty of counter space, cabinets, two lazy susan cabinets, granite counters, soft cabinets that close. All brand new appliances stay. Do you like to bake or cook YOU will want to see this kitchen!

The Master bedroom is spacious includes two closets. Two bedrooms, the second bedroom includes the washer and dryer, plenty of room for a bed or an office. The bathroom has a double sink with a vanity, walk-in shower, and don’t forget to hook your music up for the spa-like atmosphere! This home has been completely refinished from top to bottom with a new roof, furnace with 95% efficiency rate, and all brand new appliances that stay.

Ohio living room
Very cozy setup.
Remodeled kitchen and breakfast bar.
Ohio bath
This bathroom is amazing.
Even the exterior got a facelift.

Ocean Living in Maryland

This 2 bedroom 1 bath tiny home is only steps from the beach! It’s pricier than what we usually like to share in our sales posts, at $244,499, but the owners did such a wonderful job with the remodel we wanted to include just to share how much potential can be found in 70s mobile homes.

Maryland interior
Looks like the only original part of this single wide is the ceilings.
Light and bright describe this entire interior.
Maryland bedroom
Smaller bedrooms can definitely be a challenge.
The bathroom/laundry space combo makes the most of the space.
Maryland porch
You can use this outdoor space well into the Fall.
70s mobile home maryland exterior
The landscaping adds to the beachy feel.

Enjoy The Desert Life in Arizona

Not often can you find a remodeled, fully furnished mobile home priced this low. Listed at $19,900 it would make a perfect spot to retire at, is completely remodeled and move-in ready!

Arizona interior
The proper furniture placement makes all the difference.
Love the color.

Corner Lot in Florida

Our last of the 70s mobile homes this month is in the Senior capital of the country, Florida. It’s a 1972, 2 bedroom and 2 bath home, with a listing price of $38,500. This fully furnished split floor plan also has a fully enclosed lanai that adds more living space as well.

Florida interior
Beautiful interior.
Love the backsplash.
Florida exterior 1
Florida living at its best!

One of the biggest features we found in this month’s 70s mobile homes is the addition of mini-split HVAC systems. If you are unfamiliar with the term HGTV explains it like this:

Simply defined, ductless air conditioning systems (also known as mini-splits) link individual room units to an outdoor compressor. The indoor unit contains evaporator coils cooled with refrigerant. Warm air from the room blows over and is absorbed by the coils. From there, the refrigerant transfers all that inside heat to the outdoor unit.

This makes them perfect for older mobile homes that aren’t equipped with heat pumps for their heating and cooling. We all know that traditional air conditioners are loud, use a lot of electricity, and are eyesores. However, mini-splits take up very little space and are much quieter. Also, there’s the added bonus of being energy efficient.

We hope you have enjoyed this month’s sales post and as always, thank you for reading Mobile Home Living.

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