A Single Wide is a great option if you are looking for a smaller manufactured home at an affordable price. A single wide is considered a manufactured home. Manufactured homes are built to the standards and specifications of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (H.U.D). These homes are built on a steel frame for transportation which is also the permanent support for the home. Manufactured homes usually come in a ranch style and typically have a
3 ' 12 pitch roof. Interior walls in manufactured homes are typically pre-covered vinyl over gypsum panels with baton, however drywall is an option in many manufactured homes. Manufactured homes come with a title however if you put the home on a permanent foundation it will be considered real estate and there for taxed as real estate.
The Fenwick(#3) is a skyline manufactured home. It is
16 x 60, 936 square feet. This home has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms at opposite ends of the home. Utility room is located right off the kitchen with back door access.
The Rushmore (#2) is a Skyline manufactured home that has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. It is 16 x 70, 1,090 square feet.
This home has an open floor plan with rustic vinyl plank everywhere except the bedrooms! Master bathroom has a walk in shower with glass door!
The Tarheel (#1) is a Skyline manufactured home that is 14 x 66, 885 square feet. This is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home that comes with a washer and dryer! This home would be great to go into a community with both entrances being on one side of the house!
The Franklin (#19) is a Skyline manufactured home. This home is 14 x 68. This home is 936 square feet with an 8 foot front porch off the front! Right off of the living room you have a sliding door that leads you to that front porch!