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Modular Homes in Massachusetts

Cape Cod Modular Homes

Cape Cod modular homes are very popular in Massachusetts. Cape Cods originated in the New England states and maintain their popularity. With heavy snows in Massachusetts having a higher roof pitch puts less strain on a modular home roof. Steep roof also deliver a perfect place for additional storage space. Original Cape Cod homes were small simple homes with a central fireplace. As this style of home became larger and larger, the need for dormers to allow additional light into the livable attic space. Modular homes can be ordered with narrow three foot dormers to wider dormers that can accomodate a full size bathroom. Dormers on a Massachusetts modular home adds charm and curb appeal to the home.

Two Story Modular Homes

Building a two story modular home in Massachusetts delivers the most square footage for the dollar. When a two story modular home is delivered and set on the homes foundation in Massachusetts, the home is close to 90% complete. This the case with the functional boxy but good modular home. Two story homes are economical because there is half the foundation and roof system to buy. Adding a steep roof to a Massachusetts prefab home will add space, improve curb appeal and resale value. Two story homes are more traditional than ranches and Cape Cods.

Ranch Modular Homes

The American ranch originated in California and has become the most popular style of modular home in America. Ranch houses deliver casual modern single floor living. Ranch homes in Massachusetts can have all of the bedrooms located on one of the ends of the home or the bedrooms can be split giving the master suite privacy. Many older Americans are opting for the convenience of a ranch home. Although not as popular as the standard ranch plan, raised ranches are an exceptional value.

Modern Modular Homes

Most modular home factories do not offer standard plans for a modern modular home. Most modern plans have either shed roofs or flat roofs. The interior of a modern home is no longer the minimalist design, but large open space for flexible design. Modern modular homes in Massachusetts cost due to the high end finishes often installed in these fantabulous homes.

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