Friday, December 4, 2020

Nationwide Modular Homes Big Part of Martinsville, VA Newest Community

Called Five Points, the neighborhood plans adjoin the five-way intersection in Martinsville of Fayette St, Memorial Blvd S and W Church St.

The plans for the neighborhood include new townhomes and cottages. They range from $125,000 to $155,000 on average, though prices vary based on final designs and building and construction costs

Leading the project, Nationwide Homes and Silverpoint Homes will create the neighborhood using modern modular home building techniques.

“Nationwide Homes, a member of the Cavco family with 20 manufacturing plants located across the United States, is very proud to be a part of this very exciting and much-needed development here in our hometown of Martinsville,” said Don Aheron, general manager of Nationwide Homes. “Nationwide Homes has been in business here in the city for over 60 years and is committed to helping improve our community and the lives of our associates and neighbors. It is our goal that this project will help pave the way for future improvements and act as a template for other areas across America to do the same.”

Dwayne Shell, Silverpoint Homes general manager, looked forward to collaborating on the Five Points project.

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2 comments:

  1. Are these homes manufactured, modular, or "CrossMod"?

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  2. True off-frame modular homes on permanent foundation. Project is less than 15 miles from manufacturer. Homes are ~1,000 square feet.

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