Mobile Homes Charleston SC
If you’re in the market for owning a new mobile home and you think that living further away from town is best for you, or you want the most “bang for your buck”, then a manufactured / mobile or modular home is definitely the perfect solution. Manufactured homes have come a long way and many of the floor plans and models available now a days are gorgeous well designed family friendly homes. Companies like Clayton Homes & Oakwood Homes here in Charleston have made this process not only affordable but also simple. With literally hundreds of available floor plans that even exceed 2500 sq ft and 5 bedrooms you’re likely to find exactly what you want. Charleston SC is the most expensive city and area to live in all of South Carolina and mobile homes for sale Charleston SC have become very popular, with many buyers who live in Moncks Corner, Summerville, Goose Creek, Ladson, John’s Island, Hanahan, Hollywood, McClellanville, Cainhoy, Knightsville, Meggett, Ravenel, Ridgeville, Adams Run, Jedburg, Santee and Pinopolis. Throughout the tri-county area of Berkeley, Dorchester or Charleston counties you’ll likely find the perfect home site for you in one of these wonderful towns.
- SINGLE WIDE – Singlewide homes range from as small as 600 square feet up to 1,330 square feet. Singlewide is 18 feet or less and the length is 90 feet or less; the most common measurements for single wide homes is 72 feet wide by roughly 15 feet wide totaling 1,080 square feet. Singlewide homes are shipped as one unit on one semi-trailer.
- DOUBLE WIDE – start at around 1,067 square feet and go up to 2,300 square feet. Doublewide homes usually are width of 20 feet or more and their length is 90 feet or less. They most often measure 56 feet long by 26 feet wide with a square footage of 1,456. Doublewide homes are shipped as two separate pieces that are later joined together seamlessly to make a completed doublewide home.
- Below are all the lots and land home sites listings in and around the Charleston SC area for sale on MLS for your next mobile or modular home.
Modular housing and homes are not at all like (similar) but not alike to mobile homes. Their name comes from the fact that they are built and designed in “modules”, or pre-built sections. Wikipedia defines modular homes as:
“Modular buildings and modular homes are sectional prefabricated buildings, or houses, that consist of multiple sections called modules. “Modular” is a method of construction differing from other methods of building. The module sections are constructed at an off site (sometimes, remote) facility, then delivered to the intended site of use. Complete construction of the prefabricated sections are completed on site. The prefabricated sections are sometimes lifted and placed on basement walls using a crane, the module prefabricated sections are set onto the building’s foundation and joined together to make a single building. The modules can be placed side-by-side, end-to-end, or stacked, allowing a wide variety of configurations and styles in the building layout”.
There are many million dollar modular homes here in Charleston SC in very prominent neighborhoods in Mount Pleasant, Isle of Palms, Sullivan’s Island and surrounding areas. For the most part the thing you’re saving the most is time when going modular.
MOBILE HOMES (a.k.a manufactured)
Mobile homes like modulars are built inside a factory but are less custom. With a modular you can hire an architect to design a home just like a custom stick built, but with some minor modifications to accommodate a modular process. With mobile homes most are built in the same pre-fabrication factories, but the floor plans are already common, completed and familiar and can’t be modified as well are much less intricate. Usually most mobile homes are going to be a ranch style single story home, but there are two story mobile homes.
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