Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Do You know what a Modular Home is?
I find that most folks immediately visualize single wide in an ultra-rural setting.
I promise, nothing can be further from reality.
Off-frame modular homes tend to look and feel just like stick-built homes.
They are factory-built structures that are designed to be placed over a crawl space or full basement. Whereas on-frame modular homes are built on a permanent chassis (similar to a single or double wide), off-frame modular homes are more conventional and adhere to local and state building codes. They are often built to higher construction standards, as well!
The major difference between a stick-built and an off-frame modular is the former is built all on the home site. The latter is built in a factory and assembled later at the home site.
For more information, contact us!!
Fantastic New Listing in Swannanoahere.
It was built in 2002 and has been meticulously maintained by the original owner. It is a one-story dwelling with a full, unfinished basement that also houses a 2-car garage. There are 3 bedrooms and 3 full baths.
The huge master suite boats a double master bath and a large walk-in closet. Plenty of room for shoes, shoes and shoes here!!
Nestled in the little town of Swannanoa, it is just a few miles from the highway, making accessibility to Asheville a cinch.
Gleming hardwoods throughout the main living areas, with vaulted ceilings and a fireplace in the living room. Very spacious kitchen features stainless steel appliances and a sunny dining nook for modern convenience.
The basement is very spacious and an easy finish for those wanting to expand their living quarters further. A walk-out door also allows easy access to the current wooded lot of 1.87 acres.
Expansive deck off the rear of home is a great place for private entertaining, BBQs or just taking in the beautiful scenery that surrounds this lovely area.
For more information, let us know. And always remember, our professional buyer services are always free!!