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Building a home in South Carolina was a dream of my parents since we started visiting Myrtle Beach in 1968. My father found North Myrtle beach a quiet beach community with Coastal Carolina college situated between Myrtle Beach and Conway a great place for our family to vacation at the beach while he taught summer sessions. Horry county has grown since my early summers in the south. The housing stock in Myrtle Beach has also changed. Where small beach homes once stood, the sky is scraped by multi story condominiums, time shares and hotels. In 1985 I was a realtor in Myrtle Beach, one of my first listing was a modular ranch home which was on leased land. Some of the perceptions of modular homes have changed in the last thirty years while some of the perceptions are still misperceptions. Many people call double wide trailers modular homes where as they are actually built to Hud code. Homes built to HUD code are considered trailers, double wides or manufactured housing. The reality is modular homes are built stronger than typical stick built homes and offer home buyers the opportunity to build modular ranch homes, two stories, condominiums and Cape Cod floor plans.

South Carolina Ranch Homes

Ranch homes are extremely popular in South Carolina. Ranch homes are very popular in the cities of Columbia, Spartanburg and the Columbia. Modular construction in South Carolina require a crawl space or full basement. Many homes in coastal regions of South Carolina are built slap on grade to minimize the inopportune indoor swimming pools in crawl spaces and foundations. Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach and Socastee have a many ranch homes for the snow birds demanding single floor living homes.

Two Story Modular Homes

Large two story homes are built through out South Carolina replicating plantation homes to the American McMansions built in the sprawling suburbs of Charleston, Greenville and Columbia. Two story modular homes in South Carolina can be small and economical or large sprawling mansions of fun beach homes with decks and widow decks. If you are building a large new modular home, you could find savings as large as 30% compared to site built homes.

Cape Cod Modular Home Floor Plans

Cape Cod floor plans built in South Carolina often have wrap around porched which create low country living homes with bonus space on the partial second floor. Cape Cod style homes are also very popular as a basis for beach homes. Modular homes can be built on pilings in beach communities as easy as they are constructed on a crawl space foundation.


Building modular homes in South carolina has become more and popular. Many of the factories as far north as Pennsylvania. Some Pennsylvania modular home companies have opened factories in the southern states to service the growing areas of North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. All of the new modular homes built for the state of South Carolina meet all local and state building codes.

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