Mobile homes come in a variety of models and styles, depending on the manufacturer. Mobile home models include single-wide and double-wide and single-story and two-story. Mobile home styles include Victorian, ranch, log cabins and cottages. The cottage, or standard box, style and single-wide model is the most popular mobile home on the market.
Standard Model or Cottage
The standard, or cottage style, mobile home is a basic rectangle design that is a single-wide or double-wide model. A single-wide, standard box mobile home is usually 18 feet wide and up to 90 feet long, while a double-wide mobile home is generally 36 feet wide and up to 90 feet long. A cottage style home can have two, three or four bedrooms and one to several bathrooms.
Victorian Style and Model
Victorian style mobile homes include different models. A Victorian mobile home usually has two stories with large pillars or columns in the front. The second story commonly has two bedrooms and a bathroom, while the lower level has living and kitchen areas as well as the master bedroom.
Ranch Style and Model
The ranch style mobile home is designed to resemble a home found on most ranches in the southern United States. It usually has a large front porch or surrounding porch. Ranch style homes are typically single-story or two-story, with a number of bedrooms and bathrooms.
Log Style and Model
The log style mobile home is commonly seen in camping areas or country settings. Most log style mobile homes use imitation logs on the exterior. A log style home can be single-story or two-story and comes with a variety of bedrooms and bathrooms.
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