This month’s 5 favorite single wide mobile homes for sale come from sites such as Craigslist, Zillow, and our friend Steve’s facebook groups, Manufactured Housing and Manufactured Housing and Mobile Homes.
We’ve chosen homes from sea to shining sea: Maine, Oregon, South Carolina, Virginia, and Mississippi. Prices start at $6,500 and end at $44,000.
Finding single wide mobile homes for sale is so easy these days with the world wide web. We have a hard time narrowing down the ones we like best!
Our first find is this remodeled 980 sq. ft. Zimmerman
The fact this home’s paneling has never been painted makes it a rare find. The gorgeous faux wood beam ceilings are another rare treat.
The aesthetics of this home are unique. The built-in fireplace to the unique garden tub surround and lowered light treatment are unusual.
Yellow Bathtub Remedy
Like many bathtubs in mobile homes, this tub has turned yellow but it’s an easy fix that will take just a few hours.
The yellow is supposedly caused by an additive added to the plastic. There’s no way to reverse the yellowing but we found 3 tried and true remedies here that will make the tub look new again.
Mobile homes are the original tiny home and have been around for almost a century. They just don’t have the ridiculous price tag and are better regulated than the ‘tiny homes’ that are so popular today.
Anyway, this 2 bedroom, 768 sq. ft. single wide is located in a 55+ park in Oregon and it is a beauty.
Listed for $44,400, it has been totally updated with new lights, flooring, and paint. It also includes a nice size porch for entertaining.
If you live in Mississippi and want a turn-key mobile home, this 2014 Sunshine Presidential is a great choice.
With 1140 sq. feet this 3 bedroom is $35,000 making it $30 per square foot. Even adding the transport costs needed to move the home from its current location will still make well below $35 per square foot.
The old saying, “don’t judge a book by its cover” is relevant in this situation for this 3
As you can see below, the interior has been gutted and transformed into a gorgeous home that rivals any of the newer homes on the market today.
Admittedly, the asking price is a bit excessive, I’m sure the price could be negotiated.
If money is tight, this 1983 2
For the price of $6,500 makes this one of our favorite single wides for sale this month!
The cabinets in this home are original and they look to be in great shape. The unique layout of this kitchen is really neat.
The placement of the back door is perfect for an addition to the kitchen. This home has a lot of potential!
Learn more about building mobile home additions here.
To be almost 40 years old, the siding on this mobile home looks good. You can paint metal mobile home siding fairly easily, see 3 great examples here.
This deck has a lot of potential.
Our favorite single wides for sale this month included mobile homes that offer a little bit of everything. So, whether you are looking for a move-in ready home, one that needs a little TLC, or something temporary, one of these 5 homes will do the trick.
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