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Small Cottage Style Manufactured Homes

Posted by Brazier Aimee on Tuesday, 18 February, 2020 10:18:03

Charming Cottage Style Manufactured Home The cottage style is a unique home fashion because it is hard to define, yet easy to recognize. Flowing fabrics, white furniture, overstuffed seating, aged patinas, and worn wood are often used to achieve an intimate style. Fortunately, this 1979 charming cottage style manufactured home has them all!

Typically, a Cottage house plan was thought of as a "small" home with the origins of the word coming from England where most cottages were formally found in rural or semi-rural locations; an old-fashioned term which conjures up images of a cozy, picturesque home. The Cottage house plan has, in the past, been thought of in terms of a two story home with lower living space and second floor bedrooms, unlike the bungalow styled homes which were, in the past, mainly one story homes.

Small cottages do not charm on looks alone. Sure their petite proportions make them very photogenic, but cottage style homes also pack a powerfully efficient punch inside and outside. The smaller the square footage the cheaper the construction costs, furniture budgets, and power bills.

Need a little more room? We partnered with San Francisco-based prefab firm Modern Cabana to create a pared-down modular project that provides a bit more square footage without the need for an over-the-top home addition.. The resulting guest suite and home office function separately as highly flexible bonus rooms.

Treehouse Riga, a compact modular home Appleton & Domingos Treehouse Riga is a small modular dwelling with two bedrooms in a compact 44 m2 (474 ft2) floor plan. The tiny house was designed by architects Appleton & Domingos for modular home builder Jular. Treehouse… Continue reading →

Modular Cottages . Among the many modular home designs available from Westchester Modular Homes, Inc., modular cottages and modular cabins have become some of our most popular choices for single-living and small family households.