Massachusetts Modular Homes

Massachusetts modular home direct from the factory

Thinking about building a home in Massachusetts?
Save more and get more home by ordering direct from the factory!

Having your home built off-site can accelerate the residential building process in Massachusetts. Unexpected costs and delays can be controlled. All homes built in our factory will meet Massachusetts State building codes and local town building codes. This saves you the stress often associated with designing and building a house.

  • You Can Build Any Blueprint Off-Site
  • Deliver and Set it on Your Massachusetts Property

ANY Home Architectural Style or Traditional Massachusetts Residential Styles can be Built at the Factory

Building a modular home in Massachusetts - showing the house set.

All the most popular home styles in Massachusetts can all be built in our modular home factory. In fact, modular homes can be built from almost any architectural plan. Here are some of the more popular home styles you will find in Massachusetts, and we can build them for you at less cost and less time and less waste:

  • The Cape Cod. This is one of America's oldest house styles.  It was a popular style through the 1840s and later experienced a revival when builders began to fill developments with capes after World War II.  A Cape Cod home is usually symmetrical in design. The roof is a steep gable type covered with shingles. Originally, capes were small in scale.   Now, there are many large capes with additional wings and dormers to increase their usable space.
  • The Gambrel. The gambrel has a ridged roof with two slopes on each side, the lower slope having the steeper pitch.  The shape of the structure allows for a maximum of attic storage while still providing a weather tight roof.  Due to its efficiency of storage the gambrel roof is often found on agricultural buildings as well as residential. The gambrel is thought to be attributable to the Dutch since Dutch colonials have a similar roof style.
  • The Colonial. The colonial is currently the most popular architectural style in the country.  It was developed in the 18th century which is considered the “Colonial” period.  The original colonials were symmetrical with four equal sized rooms on the first floor and four rooms above.  The basic colonial still has two windows on either side of a central doorway and five windows across the second floor.  The floor plan for the standard colonial is a central hall with stairs, a living room to the left that is two rooms deep and a dining room on the opposite side with the kitchen behind it.  All bedrooms are located upstairs.
  • The Garrison Colonial. It is widely-thought that the garrison colonial's style was influenced by colonial block houses that were used for protection against intruders.  The overhang section was there to provide a good vantage point from which to safeguard the house from intruders.  Other historians dispute this and say that the style was taken from the popular Elizabethan townhouses of the period that were being built in the overcrowded cities of England.  This was due to the fact that the overhang area created additional living space on the upper floors.
  • The Saltbox. In 17th Century New England, adding a single-story lean-to shed to the back of a house was a clever way of increasing space.  By the 18th Century, the lean-to was being built into the original construction.  The hallmark of a Saltbox is the sharply sloping gable roof that resembles boxes which were used for storing salt in old country stores.  The front of the house is a two-story structure while the back slopes down until it becomes one story.
  • The Tudor. The most distinctive feature of the Tudor house is called half-timbering.  In this type of construction the actual framework of the house is left exposed and the space between the timbers is filled with brickwork or white stucco.  This presents the appearance of what has sometimes been referred to as a "black and white house."  Modern Tudor houses are often created using decorative woodwork that is, actually, false half-timbering.  Other characteristics of the Tudor style are diamond-pane windows, steeply pitched roofs, Tudor arches and bay windows.
  • The Ranch. The first ranch home was designed by Cliff May and was built in San Diego, California in 1932.  The ranch style embraces the ability to move freely about, all on one level, without steps and into private patios and back yards. Today, many one-story homes are referred to as ranches.
  • The Split Level. The split level home originated in the 1950s and 1960s with the purpose of having a separation of the formal, informal and sleeping areas of the house.  The basic split level has the main living on the second level.  This is where the living room, dining room and kitchen are.  The bedrooms are located in a separate wing on the same level.  It is standard to have the lower level function as a family room as well as additional recreation and storage areas.

These are not the only homes found in Massachusetts.  There are also Victorians, Queen Annes, Dutch Colonials as well as Contemporaries. He point that you can own the one you like best and have it built safety in a controlled environment.

Here are a few of the benefits that standard on-site construction cannot meet:

  • To build your modular home, you can select one of our floor plans as-is and have it customized, or we can build any custom home blue print.
  • Once we have the selected floor plans your home will be built in our factory in a totally controlled environment.
  • Customizations can include features such as the use of “green” and energy efficient materials and appliances. Not only will you save money now, but also in the future.
  • Constructed in a controlled, closed environment, your home will not be delayed by inclement weather..

With over 25 years of experience we can help you build the home you want. By ordering directly from the factory you can save even more money. Building a home can be stressful, but with Factory Direct Modular Homes it doesn’t have to be.

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We Deliver Modular Homes Factory Direct to these States

New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Delaware, Vermont, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and West Virginia