Magnificently Built Modular Homes
Regardless of the size, the colonial style modular homes in Stoughton, MA share several characteristics. One of the most remarkable features of colonial homes is the symmetry of their exterior design. The entry door is always found in the front middle of the home, often with two sidelight windows on either side. The second floor of most colonial homes often have five windows, the middle being situated just above the entry door. In addition to a medium pitch roof, Colonial style homes may also include paired chimneys adding even more to the home’s exterior symmetrical features.
As Colonial architecture evolved, additional features have been added by architects and homeowners to make each home unique. The Montgomery colonial style floor plan is one of those unique colonial style modular homes. It has five windows on the second floor and the traditional style entry door. However, is offers an elevated brick foundation and wide front porch which makes the floorplan and style of the home stand out from the rest of the colonial style homes. Additionally, The Montgomery modular home has one longer side which makes room for the 2 car garage and proposed bonus room which is built above.
Modular construction ensures that your new colonial home is custom-built with the features you need and the design accents you want. There are a wide array of customization options so your new colonial style floor plan can be built to your liking. The second level offers an open floor plan so you can easily add rooms for more customized indoor space especially as your family’s needs change in the future. The master suite with a master bath is located on the main floor with the family room, living room, kitchen space, and dining area while the rest of the bedrooms are found upstairs.
To find out more about The Montgomery or other colonial style modular home floor plans, contact Avalon Building Systems.
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