Wednesday, April 7, 2021

A Colorful Cape is Modcoach's "Home of the Week"

This Modcoach "Home of the Week" shows another example of what is possible when someone chooses a modular home, especially in the Mid-Atlantic region. With 4 bedrooms and a colorful and a fresh look, it was an easy choice to make.

Beracah Homes' Red Rooster is a Cape Cod-style home (story & a half/traditionally unfinished upstairs, but most customers finish) and is a well-laid-out floor plan. 


There are many features to fall in LOVE, with this floorplan. As a Cape Cod style home, the upstairs is naturally unfinished. A Beracah roof pitch on a large Cape Cod style home can create a large amount of unfinished space, which can be finished off - now, or later. In the Rooster's case, the unfinished upstairs is large enough to accommodate a full den, 2 large bedrooms, a full bathroom... and storage.



Downstairs is wide open, and includes 2 bedrooms (with baths) and features a separate large wash/utility room, 1/2 bath and access to the garage.  The owners' suite bedroom can be situated, just as the optional sunroom to capture some beautiful sunshine at whatever time of day you choose. 




The kitchen is spacious and provides open space access into the living room, and the dining area/near the sunroom.  For those with a good size lot and are looking for a spacious home that can be customized with a lot of charm... the Rooster is crowing!

Beracah Homes is located in Greenwood, Delaware and serves the Eastern Shore region of Delaware, Virginia and Maryland.


Gary Fleisher is the Managing Director and contributor of the Modcoach Network and its affiliated blogs. Email at modcoach@gmail.com

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful Home, well crafted. Doesn't appear they are as well known throughout mainland Virginia like they are in the Coastal communities of Eastern Shore, Maryland and Delaware. Would like to know more about their modular processes, as in how do they differ from the 4 Big C factories. Quality control and building to code quotes stop at the factory gate.

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