This month we are continuing our series by sharing 5 Midwestern mobile homes for sale. This is one of the bigger sections of the United States, covering a total of 12 states that includes: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. It was tough to narrow our search down to just five amazing mobile homes.

Don’t forget, although these listings were available online at publication, they will sell quickly and won’t be available for long.

Beautiful 2005 Double Wide in Michigan

This 4 bedroom/2 bath home is listed for $87,500 and is just gorgeous. Move-in ready, this is just the kind of larger manufactured home that is perfect for a growing family. The home includes both a living room and family room and a nice size kitchen with plenty of counter space.

Which do you prefer carpet or hardwood flooring?
The color palette complements itself throughout the home.
Skylights are nice but can be a lot of work.
midwestern mobile homes michigan exterior
Nice curb appeal.

1969 Single Wide in Ohio

Listed at $35,000 this older 2 bedroom/1 bath home is the perfect purchase for a DIYer. With all of its original vintage charm, including the paneling and the built-ins, we see unlimited potential in this tiny home.

The first project for whoever might purchase this older mobile home looks to be some ceiling repair, whether it might be to replace the ceiling with drywall, or perhaps upgrade the ceiling with something different, the ceiling will need some work.

Plenty of natural light floods this space.
What a nice piece of property.

1985 Manufactured Home in Missouri

This is our favorite find for this month, a completely updated single wide listed for $119,000. The home includes two add ons, a front foyer, and small back addition. Take a look at this listing:

This beautiful home is ready for you! Gorgeous setting, 1.52 +/- acres, big, detached two car garage + shed. PLUS lots of updates: home & garage roofs replaced Oct 2021, newer siding, flooring, kitchen counters & backsplash, completely updated bathrooms-one with a marble shower, some newer windows and freshly painted interior. Both front and rear deck have been redone too.

Spacious living room with lots of natural sunlight is open to the big kitchen with a breakfast bar, dining area, and lots of cabinets and ample counter space. Dining area has French doors to the back yard. Big main floor laundry area with storage cabinets. Main floor master bedroom with full bathroom. Plus three more big main floor bedrooms. Outside you’ll find a big, level yard surrounded by woods for added privacy and a very beautiful setting.

The perfect office or small bedroom.
The tile work is not something you see in most homes.
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Very well maintained.

1992 Double Wide in Indiana

This 4 bedroom manufactured is listed for $99,900 and has had many updates including:

  • New laminate flooring
  • Fresh paint and trim
  • Updated lighting
  • Remodeled bathrooms

Sitting on a corner lot, it has a huge fenced backyard that’s perfect for entertaining. This home is perfect for a family.

Perfect for a family.
The kitchen/dining combo is super cute.
Looks like the owners have been updating the landscaping.

2000 Single Wide in South Dakota

Our final midwestern mobile homes find has a listing price of $47,000 is completely updated as well. The entire home has a neutral palette that would make decorating a breeze. We especially love the color of the kitchen cabinets and the bathroom sink upgrade is awesome.

This greyish flooring has become super popular.
Love that window.
Updated vanities.
A little more landscaping would make a huge difference in this exterior.

During our search of Midwestern mobile homes for sale, we couldn’t help but notice that many of the homes listed online included a decent amount of land with them. This seemed to affect the prices, with many homes being priced well over $100k. But, if you are looking for real estate at an affordable price, manufactured homes are a great way to go.

Stay tuned, next month we are traveling to the Southeastern part of the country to see what homes are available.

As always, thank you for reading Mobile Home Living.