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Modular Homes in Michigan

Modular Ranch Homes

Ranch homes are by far the most popular modular home in Michigan. Ranch homes deliver wide open casual living space at an affordable price. There are raised ranches, T-Ranches, split levels (modified ranch plan) and the typical boxy but good standard ranch floor plan to choose from. Many people in Massachusetts build attached garages to ranch homes, some others like to have a breeze way to protect the home from the cold michigan temperatures in the winter. Ranch plans built on a basement foundation deliver large areas of storage space or the opportunity for a family room or entertainment room.

Cape Cod Modular Homes

Their is nothing more quaint than a cape cod home. Cape cods are symmetrical in design with dormers and a centered door. After a modular home in Michigan is finished, add a picket fence and you have the American dream home of the fifties. Modern Cape Cods have a master bedroom on the first floor with two bedrooms on the second level. Cape Cods are great homes for both growing families and down sizing families.

Two Story Modular Homes

The American dream has grown into large two story mansions in Michigan. Two story homes can be small smart living or large spacious made for formal living. Large, two story modular homes often have dens, sitting rooms, formal dining and living rooms in addition to the less formal great room. Most two story modular homes come in four sections and the modules are stacked on top of each other.

Michigan Modern Modular Homes

The midwest is full of modern architecture both commercial and residential. Modern modular homes can be used as a country retreat or as a primary residence. When building a modern modular home, most people try to get the most living space out the least amount of space. This minimalist approach demands close attention to design details to make the home functional.

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