Finding the home of your dreams is no easy task. There are many options available and narrowing down the list of choices before deciding on “the one” can be a little overwhelming. The popularity around modular homes continues to grow with time. These types of homes have proven to offer a variety of benefits, making them a great housing alternative. Many are choosing them as their next home because they come with a variety of customizable features that can be tailored to each family’s individual taste.
If your mind is already set on a modular home, your immediate next step is to identify the perfect floor plan that will fit your lifestyle. Are you thinking about going smaller? Or do you want to move into a large space that allows you to host the family when they come to visit?
Continue reading to discover our most popular floor plans and us this list to help make your final decision.
Top Viewed Modular Homes Floor Plans
The Imperial: Model IMP-2421A
For retired couples moving to Florida with plans of downsizing, this is the ideal option. Featuring 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, this 1008 square feet beauty gives you enough space to be in a comfortable home without having to worry about the maintenance of a big space.
An option that offers little more space. Like “The Imperial Model IMP-2421A”, this model also has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, but has more square footage: 1530 to be exact! That means more room to host friends or set up that hobby space you’ve always wanted.
The Imperial 45213B
With a total of 1386 square feet, things are starting to get bigger with this floor plan. Offering 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, this is the perfect floor plan if you intend to have guests stay over from out of town.
The Imperial Limited: Model IMLT 45617B
Looking for enough space to have the whole family over? If the answer is yes, this is the best floor plan for you. With 1493 square feet, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, this modular floor plan leaves extra room to have a place to watch movies or give the grandkids their own room.
Why Jacobsen Homes?
When you invest in a Jacobsen Home, you can have the peace-of-mind that you will be living in a house that was created using green materials. The construction method used produces less waste, reducing labor cost and helps conserve energy.
We recycle products to prevent the waste of potentially useful materials, which reduces the consumption of fresh raw materials, and reduces energy consumed in conventional waste disposal.
Ready to make your big move into a modular home? It’s time to talk to a Jacobsen Homes expert! Founded in 1959, our quality, flexibility, and customer service set us apart from other builders in Florida. Take the first step to your dream home, schedule a tour