The October 2016 MHBA Modular Home of the Month is Classically Customized

WESTON, MASS. – The October 2016 Modular Home of the Month from the Modular Home Builders Association (MHBA) is a classically customized home.  

Dreamline Modular Homes created this traditional, 2-story home in Weston, Massachusetts. With 4,400 square feet and 4 bedrooms and bathrooms, this custom home is the perfect size for a family. The home’s curb appeal is comforting elegance that fits perfectly in its wooded surroundings. Upon entering the home, a custom spiral staircase is the feature component in the foyer. Moving further inside you come to the heart of the home, a beautiful open kitchen that looks into the family room. 

Many interior and exterior custom architectural elements make this home stand out from others. An eye-catching copper roof draws the eye to the home. The customization of the home continues inside with a mudroom with built-ins that are perfectly suited to catch a busy family’s things. Hardwood flooring flows from the foyer into the bedrooms upstairs. The home is more than lovely, it also received a HERS rating of 44 for energy efficiency.

The Modular Home of the Month showcase is an opportunity for MHBA member companies to display their projects to architects, engineers, contractors, developers, owners, students, and more. MHBA selects one home each month to be featured on social media and our website. 

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About the Modular Home Builders Association:

Founded in 1977, the Modular Home Builders Association (MHBA – formerly the Modular Building Systems Association or MBSA) is the only national organization dedicated to serving the modular home builders and manufacturers. MHBA promotes the advantages of modular construction to the general public, builders, and government agencies in an effort to improve construction productivity and efficiency and prides itself on recognizing outstanding examples of modular homes. MHBA advocates at the state and federal level to ensure a fair and competitive playing field for the modular home building industry.