THE Hawthorne ii.
1984 square feet
Open, airy, sophisticated living is what this home is all about. This open floor plan modular home makes entertaining family and friends a breeze. And at the end of a busy day there is an elegant bath and spacious walk-in closet awaiting your return.
The Process of Building a Modular Home
The process of building a modular home is similar to the process of building a traditional home. However, there are some important differences. First, modular homes are built in a factory setting, which allows for greater efficiency and quality control. Additionally, because modular homes are built in sections, they must be assembled on-site by a qualified contractor. Finally, because modular homes are often customized to the specific needs of the homeowner, the design process may be more involved than it is for a traditional home.
Building a modular home is a great option for those who want a high-quality, custom home without the hassle and expense of traditional homebuilding. If you’re considering a modular home, be sure to work with a reputable dealer like Shorten Homes to ensure that your home is everything you’ve dreamed of.
- Over 1900 square feet
- Front Porch
- Factory built recessed porch in front with board and batton siding
- Shaker siding in huge front dormer
- Gigantic kitchen, den and office area
- Unique Barn Door to large master bath
- Huge walk in closet
- Recessed Lighting throughout
Any home that Shorten Homes sells can be customized to your style, be sure to visit our campus in Scranton, PA for a custom modular home quote and see models that are currently for sale.