For a girl that grew up in a hollow in southern West Virginia, California was the epitome of cool. It has everything: beaches, mountains, sunshine, and snow. It even has movie stars and mobile homes! Not just your ordinary mobile homes though, they have a ton of high-end luxury manufactured homes for sale in California.
I picked these 5 manufactured homes for sale because they are each beautiful. They are also really expensive though perhaps not for the booming California economy.
116 Pali Drive
1 Bed/1 Bath
116 Pali Drive Palm Springs, CA
This 1 Bed/1 Bath small manufactured home is in Palm Canyon Mobile Club, a park that has recently gone through a rebirth. The park is all ages and has 229 spaces. The majority of the homes are vintage with 100 new manufactured homes installed recently. Monthly space rent: $682.50. This park is evolving and I look forward to seeing it thrive in the years ahead.
The home had been on the market for a couple of months and was changed to a sold on Christmas Eve – that was a great present for someone!
The list of features includes quartz counters, designer hardware, and clerestory windows.
6 Yosemite Road
3 Bed/2 Bath
6 Yosemite Rd San Rafael, CA
California has the 5th largest economy in the world and a real estate crisis in the making because there are just too many people and not enough homes. This means homes like this luxury manufactured home for sale in California are going for $497,000.
Half a million dollars will buy you a manufactured home in a park beside a small stream. The interior is spacious and clean and has a great stone fireplace that has been painted white and gorgeous flooring. Space rent is $970 a month.
You can learn more about this luxury manufactured home for sale here.
63 Paradise Cove Road
1 Bed/1 Bath
63 Paradise Cove Rd Malibu, CA
Low supply and high demand make for happy sellers and sad buyers, except in this case. The buyer of this $749,000 luxury mobile home in California will be a very happy person indeed. It’s retro-freaking-fabulous!
I cried like a baby when I finally got to visit Malibu, CA in September. My daughter still makes fun of me! I didn’t get to tour the Paradise Cove Park but we did get to eat lunch at the Paradise Cove Cafe which is right below the park. I got to see a couple homes!
We were going to sneak up the stairs from the cafe but I figured the park tenants deserved privacy and respect. I would have loved to see this home up close, though! Maybe someday I’ll gain legitimate access to the park. Till then, I’ll keep looking at all the luxury manufactured homes for sale in California online.
The listing calls this home an ultra-hip surf retreat and I agree even though I don’t surf.
The park sits atop a rolling bluff above the Pacific Ocean but only a few homes in the park have ocean views. This home doesn’t have the view but it does have a small creek nearby. The listing describes this home better than I can:
“This super cool, vintage, Flamingo home has been given a clean, sophisticated makeover with wide plank floors, marble and stone finishes, and a crisp black and white pallet. Designer details maximize the storage and the space of this home and create an ideal, chill seaside weekend retreat
….A Premier location and a short stroll or golf cart ride away from one of the most coveted stretches of beach/surf in Southern California.”
You can learn more about the home at Realtor.com.
23777 Mulholland Hwy Spc 151
4 Bed/3 Bath
23777 Mulholland Hwy Spc 151 Calabasas, CA
This luxury manufactured home for sale in California has 1,800 square feet of living space that includes 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. It’s in a small community and it looks like the lot rent and HOA fees are around $1700 a month (if I’m reading the listing right).
The listing states that the entire home has been gutted and remodeled. Features include new roofing, plumbing, windows, flooring, framing, insulation, electrical, tankless water heater, drywall, and new wood siding. The asking price is $349,000 which may be a very good deal considering the entire home is new.
You can see this home’s listing here.
Home decor is an art form, especially with this home! The realtor used an app to add furniture and decor to the photos and they did a great job! I love the subtle colors.
It’s difficult to make Ikea style cabinetry seem warm and welcoming. The Swedish kitchen units are known for their easy-to-clean and sleek functionality but whoever designed this double wide’s kitchen made it work nicely. It’s not too modern or too traditional and with the right bar stools and a little color, this is going to make one gorgeous space.
23 Bali Lane
4 Bed/3 Bath/
23 Bali Ln, Pacific Palisades, CA
This last home is also in Palisades, CA and goes for a little more than half a million. Yep, half a million and the agent states they’ve drastically reduced the price. But, there’s a reason for that price
This home sits on the top row of the Pointe Dume Park in Palos Verde, across from Will Roger’s Beach. No other homes are above you which is rare for homes with ocean views in that area.
The agent states the home is luxury and has a chef’s kitchen with high ceilings and open floor plan. It also includes custom fixtures and hardware, wide plank flooring, and new Samsung appliances.
This home has an epic view so the price makes sense. I could definitely get used to watching the sunset from here.
Here’s the listing to the home on Realtor.com
Luxury Manufactured Home for Sale in California
It’s hard to wrap my head around the price of these luxury manufactured homes for sale in California but the state has the highest personal income in the nation, gorgeous views, and perfect weather so it makes sense to have more expensive property.
Have you found an awesome manufactured home for sale? Please share them with us! We love to see beautiful homes!
PS Here’s a pic of me at the Paradise Cove Cafe! Just getting that close was a dream come true!
As always, thank you for reading Mobile Home Living!
15 thoughts on “5 Luxury Manufactured Homes for Sale in California (January 2019)”
You forgot to visit Bayside Village MHP in Newport Beach. Many beautiful manufactured homes on the bay. A few for sale too.
Check it out! BVHOA Facebook page.
I’ll put it on my list for the next trip! I plan on visiting again as soon as my daughter graduates from high school in 2 years. I will be traveling in my Airstream and staying for a while so I will have plenty of time to creep around all the parks. I had a 15-year-old with me that just doesn’t get her mother’s obsession with mobile homes but she was a good sport for the most part (her and her father made fun of me because I started crying as we walked around Paradise Cove – I’m still kicking myself for not walking up those steps…lol). Thank you!
I live in So Calif and have my entire life. I also live in a mobile home. The areas you featured are some of the most expensive in Calif. While of course that is where you find most of the luxury mobile homes, those prices are not the norm for Calif. You are paying for the view or the status of saying you live in Malibu or Palm Springs and wouldnt we all like to boast. I live above the city in a small town at the base of the San Bernardino mountains. My city is not well known but I do wake to beautiful views, singing birds and crisp clean air every day and I certainly didnt pay this kind of money for my home. Thank you for making me grateful for what I do have!
I did choose the most expensive places but only because I had tickets to fly to a conference in LA and I got to eat at the Paradise Cove Cafe and drive around Malibu. It was an absolute dream come true! I’d never been out West before so I was in awe the whole time. CA is so gorgeous! I would love to live there – you really are very fortunate to live in such a beautiful state. I see why everyone always wants to move to CA!
Great article Crystal. On a little less Grandiose but very ergonomic note. We live in a completely remodeled Singlewide in a unique 80 unit 55+ community in Sutter Creek, CA. We have a deeded lot and the Common Areas are resident owned. I would be thrilled for some of the older homes that come up for sale periodically to look like ours or some of the homes in your article. The homes here currently sell for $90k to $160k. You own the lot and the HOA’s are only $78/month.
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We just published an article about resident-owned communities! I wish all communities were resident-owned. I’d love to feature your community, all I need are some photos and a few details (just like the comment). Please email me at email@example.com. Sharing awesome homes and communities helps to show the world what true mobile home living is all about.
I’m painting my mom’s mobile and I’m not sure if I should match the ceiling and corner trim with the walls or paint them a different color, ex: light gray walls with white trim. I have already put in baseboard molding and painted it white and may do a white crown molding as well.
I’m a big fan of white ceilings and white trim. I think it adds a clean look to the space and the white helps light bounce around so it helps small spaces feel larger.
Best of luck!
I loved seeing the possibilities of what I could do with my 30-year-old mobile home that I purchased new in 1989. Thanks so much for this website.
Crystal! These are fantastic finds! I love Califronia too, wish I’d stayed, lived there in the 70’s.
Great to see a picture of you! Did you cut your hair? It’s adorable.
Say, I’m applying for a weatherization program that is federally funded, so may take a while, but I’ll be documenting the journey and upgrades and will post on my blog. I’m hoping it’s something I can share so others can benefit from the program as well.
Meanwhile, thanks for all you do to rock the mobile home community!!
Thank you! It’s always great to hear from you, I think of you often!
I did chop off all my hair! It’s a lot easier to manage and much cooler in this SC heat.
I hope you get the grant! Learning about the application process and then the updates they do would be a great resource.
Thanks for commenting – it always makes my day to hear from a friend.
Best of luck!
Hi jeni – can you tel us more about this Federal program?? The name at least, I’d like to see if I qualify.
Julia, you can get more info and applications here:
Hope this helps!
I am in Visalia ca, and just had the electric company come offer a program to save energy they changed the old heater motor and shower heads. And stuff. I believe the company was synergy! I am also on a waiting list for another weatherization program through a company called proteus. They come and do alot more such as changing out windows and stuff of that nature. I hope that info helped out a little!
That’s great to hear – thanks for letting us know about it! If we can replace our older appliances/heating and cooling units we can reduce our energy consumption and save money. It’s a win-win!