This Modular Home in North Carolina is the Most Amazing Yet!

May 2, 2022

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How cute is this modular home in North Carolina? It is one of my favorites from Future Homes! Future homes is based in eastern North Carolina and has been in business since 1993. They have modular home floor plans ranging from 900 to over 3500 square feet and you are able to customize any of the floor plans to fit your personal needs. Not only does Future homes have a wide variety of floor plans, the home that they build are beautifully designed and crafted.

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They even have a certified green builder on staff to make your home as efficient as possible. So if you are looking for a modular home in North Carolina, look no further!

Modular home in North Carolina floor plan

The “Carolina” by Future Homes Contains:

  • 2,139 Square feet
  • 3 Bedrooms:
    • Master Bedroom: 13ft 5in X 16ft 5in
    • Second Bedroom: 11ft 2in X 14ft 3in
    • Third Bedroom: 11ft 2in X 14ft 3in
  • 2.5 Bathrooms
  • Utility Room
  • 1st Floor Master Suite

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Exterior

I know it’s just my personal opinion, but this home is absolutely adorable. It is your quintessential beach cottage and I love it! The exterior sticks with the beach theme for this model, although there are several other options if you are looking for a different color  or even different siding options. This model has a mix of blue and grey with white trim.

Modular home in North Carolina exterior

Heading up the walkway to the home you are greeted with a wide staircase leading to the front porch. There is enough room for some nice rocking chairs or a swing to sit and enjoy the sound of the waves crashing on the beach. I also really like the wood decking as opposed to vinyl. It adds to the beachy feel to the home.

Living Room

Coming into the home you are greeted with a wonderful open floor plan. The layout really makes it feel light and airy right off the bat. The first room we come to is the living room.

Modular home in North Carolina living room

It is very open and bright and has two huge windows that add to the openness by allowing lots of natural sunlight in. I love the shiplap accent wall at the back of the room that hides the staircase to the second floor.

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Kitchen/Dining Room

Opposite the living room is the kitchen and dining area. Again, lots of windows and lots of light. I do like that there are picture windows above the cabinets that don’t go all the way to the ceiling in the kitchen. That isn’t something I’ve seen before but it gives a really nice touch to an otherwise boring space. Speaking of cabinets, there are plenty of them. The kitchen is an L shape and is lined with cabinets and at the end of the L is a tall pantry cabinet.

Modular home in North Carolina kitchen

Across from the main span of the kitchen is a beautifully large island. The island has room for four barstools on one side. On the other is a stainless double sink, dishwasher, and more cabinets. I do like the contrast that was used in the kitchen. The cabinets along the wall in the L are a deep brown, but the ones on the island are white. The pendant lights and tray ceilings also add a really nice touch to the room.

Modular home in North Carolina dining room

Just past the Island is the dining area. It is a nice size room and has plenty of room for a table for four or six.

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Master Suite

The master suite is located on the first floor past the kitchen and it is a huge room. This bedroom could fit a California king bed along with an entire bedroom set and maybe even a treadmill or elliptical! There is a walk-in closet with shelving in the corner of the room and in the opposite corner is the door to the master bathroom.

Modular home in North Carolina master bedroom

The master bathroom has large single vanity as soon as you walk in to the left. There is plenty of counter space and lots of drawers underneath. I love the marble countertop and the giant mirror that spans the length of the vanity.

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There is another vanity on the other side of the giant garden tub. My favorite thing in bathrooms is when there are two separate vanities. I don’t know about you, but I love having my own space in the bathroom. Not only for me, but for all of my bathroom necessities.

Modular home in North Carolina bathroom

Opposite the vanities and tub is a walk-in shower with a rainfall showerhead. The shower has really nice tiling and recessed lighting above. Just beyond the shower is a linen closet and the water closet.

Half Bath & Utility Room

Heading out of the master suite and back into the hallway, the next stop is the half bathroom. Just past the bathroom is the utility room. Here you will find the back door accessing the porch or patio, whichever you prefer. In addition to space for the washer and dryer, there is also a utility sink and some counter space with cabinets above and below.

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Second Floor

Coming up the stairs, there are two bedrooms at the opposite ends of the house. They are separated by a free space/ loft kind of area. This would be perfect for a game room or set it up with desks for a homework space. It could also be a great place for a gym depending on what you are using the upstairs for. In that area there is also the door to the second full bathroom. This bathroom has a single vanity and a shower/tub combo.

modular home 2nd floor layout

The second floor bedrooms are identical and at opposite ends of the house. They are both actually really big, which is nice for the guest bedrooms. They also both have walk-in closets, which again is really nice and somewhat rare.

Modular home in North Carolina bedroom

That pretty much sums up the “Carolina” modular home in North Carolina, designed and built by Future Homes. What did you think of the home? Do you love the upstairs free space area? What would you turn it into?

Thanks for touring with us and as always…I’ll see you in the next one:)

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