If you are looking for new manufactured homes for sale or modular homes for sale, you have come to the right place. We can customize any of our floor plans to suit your specific requirements and lifestyle. From engineering modifications to customizing tile, lighting and floor coverings, trust Palm Harbor to help you build a home that is uniquely your own. Ask your Palm Harbor housing professional about specifics on modular home floor plans and manufactured home floor plans and our manufactured homes for sale.
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Finding the Right Floor Plan for You
Whether you are building a modular or a manufactured home with Palm Harbor Homes, one of the most important steps is to choose a floor plan to support your current lifestyle and accommodate any probable household changes. Other factors such as lot size, landscape and future marketability should also be factored into this decision.
The Bonanza Flex with the extra flex space perfect as a media room, study, family room or entertainment room - see floor plan and more pictures
When determining the size for your new home, start with a few basic questions about your current household situation.
- Are you planning to expand your family in the near future?
- How long will your children be living at home?
- Is there a possibility of extended family moving in with you?
Then lifestyle preference questions must be considered such as your need for entertainment space, a gourmet kitchen, a formal dining area or a large, open great room. Also, consider extra living areas in your plan for things like hobbies or working from home or even incorporating an outdoor living space. Be sure to take a look at Palm Harbor's Flex Space rooms available on many of our standard models such as this popular Bonanza model home, available in Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Louisiana and Arkansas.
After determining your space needs for your new home, take some time to consider your overall layout. One key factor here is your own need for personal privacy or your preference for everyone to be "together." Knowing your lot layout will impact decisions such as placing your kitchen and living areas at the front or back of your home. Don’t overlook small but critical items such as the location of kitchen pantries, linen closets and laundry rooms, as well.
Knowing the size and layout of your new home will help to speed up the process of finding the right Palm Harbor home for you and your family and move you closer to living in your dream home.