Modular Home Styles
The beauty of an affordable, energy-efficient modular home is that it can be tailored to your design preferences–inside and out. Popular modular home styles include:
- Colonial: This classic, American-style home is often referred to as a "salt box," and its simple, symmetric architecture lends itself to virtually any community. Colonial homes offer more square footage than other floor plans, and include features adapted from Dutch, French and English influences.
- Ranch: For those desiring single-story living, modular ranch homes are ideal. This revived home style typically incorporates simple, open floor plans that are free-flowing and excellent for entertaining.
- Split-Level: Like a Colonial or other two-story style, modular split-level homes have a small footprint–making them desirable for confined property spaces. Choose from stacked split, split entry and raised ranch styles.
- Raised Ranch: An evolution of the 1950s and 60s ranch style, raised ranch modulars provide the convenience of a ranch floor plan with added space for guests and growing families.
- Cape: This quaint, Colonial-inspired style is a compact modular design that is popular for its affordability and efficiency.
- Multi-family: Modular building systems are a cost-effective, attractive option for multi-family structures. Multi-family modular styles include duplex, 4-plex and condominiums.
- Duplex: A popular multi-family modular option, duplexes come with adaptable floor plans and budget-friendly features.
- Beach Style: Built to offer protection from the waves, these coastal home plans can be customized with panoramic windows to optimize the beachfront view.