RED BANK, N.J. (PRWEB) September 08, 2017
Gary Allen Modular Home worked with Ritz-Craft to create the perfect suburban haven for families looking to live outside of New York. The efficiently built home is 4,050 square feet including 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a finished basement and an attic with plenty of storage space. One of the highlights of the home is a study that can easily be converted into a mother-in-law suite with an ensuite bathroom.
The open concept home welcomes the family with perfect curb appeal in a mahogany wood porch. Upon entering the elegant home, hardwood floors provide a shining path straight into a large kitchen that features carrara marble countertops and backsplash. The home features LED lighting accompanied with numerous windows that provide a wealth of natural lighting adding to the overall efficiency of the home. The first floor has a beautiful gas fireplace for the family to gather around. The second floor holds all the bedrooms and includes a master bath that features an elegant walk-in shower.
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.
For more information on MHBA, modular homes, and the monthly contest, please visit http://www.modularhome.org.
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.