2-Story Manufactured Homes You Must See

2 Story manufactured homes
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Two-story homes have many advantages. Some folks love the great views, while others appreciate having different spaces for bedrooms and living areas. Still others prefer the smaller footprint of a two-story home and how it provides more space on a smaller lot size.

For many years, it wasn’t possible to buy a manufactured home with two stories. But as the popularity of modular homes has soared in the 21st century, two-story manufactured homes have become a common sight.

Come along with us for a tour of some of today’s best two-story manufactured homes. These gorgeous modular homes are built to elevate your lifestyle and provide a delightful place to live, work, and play.

1. Simplex Homes Jefferson

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The Simplex Homes Jefferson celebrates American architectural traditions with a revival of the classic colonial-style design. At 1,650 square feet, the Jefferson is spacious enough for most families, and its numerous windows create bright and even lighting throughout the house.

Jefferson Homes
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The Jefferson’s floor plan is simple but effective. It eschews the open-plan layout of many of today’s homes in favor of a classic two-story design that provides separation between living and bedroom areas. A spacious kitchen is ideal for cooking family meals, and a formal dining room is great for enjoying them.

2. Westchester Custom Colonial I

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A more grand and vibrant take on the classic colonial, the Westchester Custom Colonial I is a luxurious two-story manufactured home that includes a bevy of options for customizations. Homebuyers can create the house of their dreams by adding a Victorian turret, Jacuzzi tub, two-story foyer and more.

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Photo courtesy of Westchester Modular Homes Inc.
2 Story
Photo courtesy of Westchester Modular Homes Inc.

The Custom Colonial I has space galore, making it perfect for large and multigenerational families. A computer room and bonus room provide lots of space for hobbies and working from home, while a grand staircase foyer gives the home the elegant feel that a Victorian colonial should have.

3. Home Store Oyster Cove

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A classic design with the flavor of New England coastal architecture, the Home Store Oyster Cove looks good just about anywhere. It’s a large and impressive home with 2,692 square feet of space, a recessed porch and a sun deck above for soaking up rays.

Oyster
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You’ll never lack for entertaining space in the Oyster Cove, which features a living room, family room and an upstairs sitting room with access to the deck. Three full bathrooms are present and accounted for, including a master bath with a corner tub and separate shower.

4. Impresa Modular Holgate

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The beach and the mountains come together in the beautiful Impresa Modular Holgate. This two-story, 2,074 square foot modular home combines the popular coastal stilt house style with the impressive facades of mountain-style chalet architecture for a home that’s truly distinctive. The Holgate features both a full-size downstairs deck and an optional upstairs princess balcony that make it easy to catch a sea breeze whenever you feel the need.

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2 Story
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The Holgate’s floor plan includes three generously sized bedrooms, three and a half baths and all the closet space your heart could desire. The kitchen is equipped with abundant counter space, including an island counter, and an upstairs flex room gives you extra space with access to the princess balcony. It’s a perfect vacation home that works equally well as a primary residence.

5. Rochester Homes Lake Terrace

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The Lake Terrace is an unmistakably modern creation, with a variety of styles in play that integrate smoothly into a single structure. A prominent garage provides a place of pride for vehicles, while a recessed porch offers extra privacy and Cape Cod-style triple dormers increase available space in the finished attic. (This technically makes it a so-called “2.5 story” house.)

Rochester
Photo courtesy of Rochester Homes.
Rochester
Photo courtesy of Rochester Homes.

The building’s floor plan includes an open structure on the lower floor, with a living room and dining room that flow together into a modern kitchen. On the upper floor, you’ll find a balcony overlooking the foyer, plus three large bedrooms. A walk-in closet, spa-style shower with bench, and soaker tub complete the luxury of the master bathroom suite.

Want more great options for large manufactured homes?

Check out these big mobile homes or read our guide to five-bedroom manufactured homes to see more of what you’re looking for. To learn about the key factors to look for when buying a manufactured home, make sure to visit our Mobile Home Buyer’s Guide.