16 x 80 Homes

The differences between the 16 x 80's is the kitchen and the bath. The rest is just square footage. It is a question of priorities. If you make one room bigger, another is made smaller. It is a zero sum game.

I have put pictures of each of the kitchens of the 16 x 80's below. You will be able to see the kitchens of each of the homes. I recommend this in looking at the floor plans. View the kitchen pictures of the homes. Match the picture with the floor plans when viewing plans.

Some of them offer optional baths. We can put any bath in any of the homes. If the bath requires more room (they usually do), then another room gets smaller. Some folks say that “I don't need a big bath, you only do a couple of things in the bath”. That is true. However, some folks like a big bath. We can do either. My homes are priced with the standard bath.

The latest trend is to not put in a dining room in a single section home. I used to complain, “where do you put the table?”. They have been putting in a large island that you can put bar stools up to. It hit me that the floor plan was not designed for a dining area. I don’t know how the public is going to accept that. Oh, they have a dining area drawn into the plan. They have only displayed the home with drop leaf tables. If you have an interest in that, please let me know. We can do some really snappy things without having to worry about a dining area.

  1. 1680 203 204 $68,1251680 203 204 $68,125
  2. 1680 205 206  $69,5451680 205 206 $69,545
  3. 1680 209 210 $69,4401680 209 210 $69,440
  4. 1680 215 216 $69,9301680 215 216 $69,930
  5. 1680 235 236 $70,7851680 235 236 $70,785
  6. 1680 239 240 $70,2201680 239 240 $70,220
  7. 1680 247 248 $70,3301680 247 248 $70,330
  8. 1680 257 258 $70,4251680 257 258 $70,425
  9. 1680 261 262 $70,2451680 261 262 $70,245
  10. 1680 265 266  $70,7301680 265 266 $70,730