Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Anything is Possible in a Custom Modular Home

In many parts of the country, the thoughts of builders offering custom modular homes must seem like an episode of Mission Impossible but in the Northeast and MidAtlantic regions, custom modular factories turn out fantastic homes for the most discriminating new home buyers.

A great example of what is possible with modular construction can be found in the Modular Home Builders Association's January "Modular Home of the Month'.

Designed by architect Kristin Fogarty-Yi, AIA, Principal at OBJEKT Architecture, this picturesque home has all you could imagine, and more! 

With a vaulted living room, a classic dining area, and an in-law suite, this house is all about gathering together as a family. 

Built by Dreamline Modular Homes, the modules for this home were fabricated in Pennsylvania at the factory of Excel Homes

If you must isolate, this house offers plenty to do, with a crafting room for the children, two studies, a gym, and a sports court. The massive 14-foot kitchen island has seating for eight for casual dining and a formal dining room with seating for ten. Including the finished attic and basement, this estate checks in at 9,600 square feet! 

From the flooring to the light fixtures, and built with the finest of finish materials, there are no details that were missed on this home.

CLICK HERE to visit the MHBA website

1 comment:

  1. Good thing this community did not have a restrictive covenant prohibiting modular homes!