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North Carolina Modular Home Unlike Any Other
We have toured several models at Future Homes in North Carolina. Each time we step into one of the model homes, we are pleasantly surprised and it seems like each one is getting better as we go along. The “Carolina Ranch” is no different.
This North Carolina modular home may be the best tour we have done yet! Future Homes specialized in building modular homes throughout eastern North Carolina and has model centers in Hampstead and Hubert, NC.
North Carolina Modular Home Floor Plan and Price
The “Carolina Ranch” by Future Homes contains:
- 1686 Square Feet
- Three Bedrooms
- Master Bedroom: 12ft 7in X 15ft 6in
- Second Bedroom: 12ft 7in X 11ft 10in
- Third Bedroom: 12ft 7in X 10ft 10in
- Two Bathrooms
- Utility Room
- Optional Front Porch
- Price Approx: $269,000* Unverified based on national avg $160/sqft
North Carolina Modular Home Exterior
One of the best things about Future Homes is that most of the floor plans and exteriors can be customized quite a bit. The “Carolina Ranch” for example has several exterior options. In this model, the home is set on a red brick foundation and is wrapped in a buttery, cream-colored vinyl siding. It is accented with red shutters and a red gable which really pulls the home together and makes it stand out.
The front porch is an optional feature that adds a lot to the exterior and appearance of the home. There is plenty of room for a nice outdoor table or swing. I also really like the fans on the ceiling of the porch. Not only do they provide much-needed air flow, but the appearance really gives the home a touch of Southern charm.
Another really nice design aspect that this model has is the stone pillars on the porch. That isn’t something that we have seen a lot of throughout the models that we’ve toured. It really makes the home noticeable and in a good way!
North Carolina Modular Home Interior
The living room has large windows facing the front of the home allowing plenty of natural light to flow inside. At the back of the room is a dark wood paneled accent wall. This is an optional feature but does add a lot of character to the room.
The dining room is bright and airy with a double sliding glass door to the rear leading out to the back deck or patio. There is a chandelier hanging from the ceiling in the middle of the room above the space for a table that could seat four or six people. There is also space for a buffet table or narrow hutch along the far wall of the room.
The next stop on the tour is the kitchen, which is right next to the dining room. The kitchen is in an “L” shape along the outside edge with an island in the middle. I love that standing at the island, you are in the middle of the home and can be a part of everything.
There is space for four barstools on one side of the island and cabinets and drawers (with soft close) on the other. There is also a beautiful and quite large stainless steel sink and dishwasher to match.
The main “L” of the kitchen is home to the stove and refrigerator as well as a plethora of cabinets and drawers. This kitchen has drawers and cabinets of every different size and shape imaginable. From extra-long drawers to tall pantry cabinets, this kitchen can hold all the kitchen gadgets and tools you could ever need!
Turning the corner from the kitchen, there is a hallway leading to the utility room and master bedroom. The utility room is located at the far end of the hallway. There is side door access to the home with a nice built-in hall tree with hooks for coats and cubbies for shoes.
There is obviously a place for washer/dryer hookups, with a utility sink to the side and shelving above. Heading down the hallway back towards the kitchen and master bedroom there is a utility closet that houses the water heater but also some shelving. It would be perfect for cleaning supplies or linens.
The master suite in this North Carolina Modular has everything you could ask for! It’s very roomy and has space for a king or queen size bed with a full set of bedroom furniture, there is a nice sized walk-in closet lined with shelving and shoe rack shelves, and lastly, the windows on the side of the room allow lots of natural light in, making the room very bright and airy.
I just want to start by saying that I love the layout of this bathroom! The vanity is located on the left as soon as you walk into the bathroom. It is a double vanity and there is ample counter space on both sides of the sinks. Below, there is lots of cabinet and drawer space, and above the counter is a huge mirror with vanity lights at the ceiling.
The shower is located at the back of the bathroom and this has to be my favorite thing in this house. It is a huge walk-in shower with beautiful tiling all the way around and a half-glass wall at the front.
There is a large rainfall shower head hanging from the ceiling and a removable shower head on the wall as well. I also really like the long window at the top of the wall in the shower. It gives the bathroom extra lighting, which is especially nice in the shower.
The second and third bedrooms are located back across on the other side of the home down their own hallway along with the second bathroom. The first room is at the front of the house. It is the larger of the two rooms, although the difference is only about one foot. Coming into the room, the first thing that you notice is the large windows at the front. The room is quite spacious and has a walk-in closet in the far corner.
Across from the first bedroom is the second full bathroom. It has a single vanity to the left when you first come through the doorway. The vanity in this bathroom is the same as in the master, just single instead of a double. Next to the vanity is the toilet and at the back of the room is a shower/tub combo.
The final stop on this tour is the third bedroom. It is pretty much the same layout as the second, just a tiny bit smaller. It also has a nice-sized closet and plenty of space for a twin or double bed.
I think that does it for our tour of the “Carolina Ranch” by Future Homes. What did you think of the home?
Thank you for touring with me and as always…I’ll see you in the next one 🙂