Contrary to popular belief, the concept and building of modular homes are not of recent vintage.
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Modular homes have a great century of history. Factory-built and premade houses date back to the 1900’s, companies such as Sears Roebuck sold pre-fabricated homes through catalogs, delivered on trains. Many of these early Sears modular homes are still standing and look great. These early houses were inexpensive for the time and started the way
New World Home. This 3,100 sqft. modular farmhouse was designed by New World Home on the farm owned by former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman. Behind the facade of a traditional farmhouse, builders installed bamboo floors, a re-claimed-wood kitchen island, water-conserving kitchen and bathroom fixtures, and many energy- efficient appliances and sustainably produced materials such as: •