Modular Homes with an Unfinished Second Story
We just visited Premier Homes of the Carolinas. All of the model modular homes on display now have an unfinished upstairs. Three have the upstairs completely unfinished. One has half the upstairs finished and the rest unfinished.
All of the models have changed since the last time we were there. I don’t know the names of them, so I am going to start on the left.
This is the first model.
The stairs are finished with carpeting.
Once you are upstairs it opens into a really large unfinished space.
When you turn to the left, there is a large unfinished area.
It has a double dormer window, which adds space.
There is another unfinished room to the right from the stairs.
And this area is above the porch. I’m not sure how you would finish this.
This is the next model. Upstairs has a lot of windows!
It is all one really big unfinished room.
This is the end wall. The three dormer windows and end wall windows make it very nice and bright.
This is the stairwell. It is finished on the downstairs side.
Upstairs this home has one large unfinished room.
The dormer windows give a lot of light and extra headroom.
The stairs are on one side of the living room.
They are unfinished now.
And they lead up to the unfinished second story.
This is what it looks like upstairs. One side has a double dormer and a large double window.
There is a lot of space. This looks like it is the Mainstreet Elite Craven II or III from Nationwide Homes. I’m not sure. We really weren’t paying much attention to anything but the upstairs.
The last one is the Homestead Farmhouse I, I think. I had wandered through last year while they were still building it.
Upstairs are two bedrooms and a bath that are finished. They are in the area to the right.
This is the area over the open floor plan living, dining, kitchen room.
You can see the construction where it is unfinished. The roof is held with hinges.
The hinges let the roof be folded after it is built at the factory. Then it is unfolded when the house is assembled.
These are all at Premier Homes of the Carolinas, 6080 Asheville Hwy, Hendersonville, NC.
(I don’t work for them. They don’t pay me.)