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Cumberland III Raised Ranch Home

The Cumberland modular home floor plan offers the growing family space in the basement for additional bedrooms or an entertainment room The kitchen, dining room and living room are positioned on the right side of the home. The living space is open and airy providing easy living and entertaining space. The bedrooms are separated from the living space by the hall way. The general bathroom in this modular home floor plan is large with 48 inch vanity. The linen closet should be changed to be opened from the bath. The common bedrooms share the general bath. The master suite is large with a semi walk in closet. Installing a custom closet is recommended to minimize spousal clothing disputes, The mater bath is tight and functional. The second bath will never be an oasis, but will add to the resale value of the home. The first floor of the home will need to be completed on site. I would recommend adding a third full bathroom, laundry a home office and a recreation room. width of the house would also accomodate a side entry or front load two car garage. This home is delivered as two modules. This is a boxy but good modular home with good interior layout and bones.

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The rendering of this modular home shows the house on a forward sloping building lot. allowing for a front load garage. In addition, the rear of the house is at grade allowing for either a screened in porch or patio to be added to the floor plan for outdoor living space. Most raised ranches have cantilevers in the front to give the home some dimension. Cantilevers are notoriously leaky space leading to comfort and energy loss. I would highly recommend having the cantilever area insulated and air sealed with a minimum of two inches of closed cell spray foam. In addition this area will require a solid air barrier and additional insulation. If duct work is installed in the cantilever be sure to insulate and air seal the duct work with spray foam insulation.

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