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    manufactured houses that really appeal to me

    Check out these manufactured houses that I think are so cool. I wish I could build one of these on a nice piece of land:

    https://www.mapleleafhomes.ca/home/countryview

    https://www.mapleleafhomes.ca/home/homestead

    I really like the wrap around porch on the second one.

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    I love both of these, with a slight preference for the Countryview. I find with smaller houses, its often difficult to find ones with entry spaces/mud rooms or only have 1 bath.

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    Those are amazing! I can't believe they're manufactured--I wonder how much they are.
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    The rooms appear so big in these photos. I like an entryway with a closet rather than a shelf with hooks but probably the hooks are more efficient in use.
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    I am going to try to find out how much they are--they are from Canada, and I saw them on a Maine website for modular/manufactured homes. So not sure how far they will ship.

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    Those are both great. The big one would be a bit large for us and we’d have to get them to trade the bath tub for a nice modern tiled shower. The smaller one would work for us but I generally prefer the front door a bit more removed from the living room. Perhaps even putting a pony wall there would be enough to satisfy me.

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    Nice! I like the bigger one (plus the fact that it can be built on a basement). Just a little more space between the -- umm -- spaces. Might allow for a little more flexibility a few years down the line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveinMN View Post
    Nice! I like the bigger one (plus the fact that it can be built on a basement). Just a little more space between the -- umm -- spaces. Might allow for a little more flexibility a few years down the line.
    I agree about the basement!

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    Very nice! I especially like the Countryview.

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    I like the Countryview--just the right size for me. I also like the idea of reasonably priced mobile homes on one's own lot, as I've mentioned before.

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