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Bristolane

1135 sq... ft.

Lyndalee

1155 sq. ft.

Lewistown

1056 sq. ft.

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Newburg

1056 sq. ft.

Montgomery

1202 sq. ft.

Baltimore

1236 sq. ft.

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Locksley

1265 sq. ft.

Morefield

1293 sq. ft.

Clifton

1320 sq. ft.

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Trafalger

1540 sq. ft.

Jamestown

1583 sq. ft.

Miller

1659 sq. ft.

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Brookpark

1650 sq. ft.

Kulpmont

1650 sq. ft.

Milton

1990 sq. ft.

Modular Home Ranch Floor Plans

The first modular homes were ranch homes. The American ranch home originated in California as large single floor living spaces. After World War II ranch homes became very popular with growing families who required more living space than the two bedroom bungle homes built directly after the war.

There are a number of different types of ranch homes: typical straight ranch; raised ranch; split level ranch; T-ranch and L-Ranches.

Straight Ranch Floor Plans - The straight ranch offers single floor living space. The bedrooms in these floor plans can be grouped together on ones side of the home or the bedrooms can be divided by the living space. The straight ranch is the most popular due to functionality of single floor living space with a large foundation space. The modular homes were typically ranch floor plans.

Raised Ranch floor plans are very close to straight ranch homes. The major difference between a straight ranch and raised ranch is the split stair case found in raised ranches. In addition the ranch is raised out of the ground extending to the "raised" in its name. In the infancy of the modular home industry, straight and raised ranches were the only two types of modular homes floor plans available for home buyers.

The demand for homes with dimension lead the modular home industry to offer T-ranches and split levels. These two floor plans types are very similar. T-Ranches and split level modular homes cost more than a straight ranch due to additional foundation corners and roofing construction. Most T-Ranches can be built as split levels and vice versra. The split level at on one time the most desired floor plan in the United States, the popularity of split levels and raised ranches have waned recently where as T-Ranch and Straight Ranch floor plans have gained more popularity. ProBuilt Homes provides modular homes for: CT, DE, MA, MD, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VA, WV, & VT.