Our 6 Favorite Floor plans for Mobile Homes


Thinking about making the big leap to mobile home life? We wholeheartedly support you! But if you’re planning on buying a manufactured home brand-new, you’re going to want to consider the many different options available to you. As you’re deciding on the best choice, you’ll take many walk-throughs, watch tons of YouTube videos, and look at various different mobile home floor plans. This can be confusing to the first-time buyer, but we’re here to help you figure it all out.

What are floor plans, exactly? Floor Plans provide a birdseye view of the layout of a given space, offering a quick glance of every room, window, door, appliance, cabinet, sink, tub, or toilet, helping you visualize your life in a certain home. They’re also meant to help you get a better understanding of sizing, with precise measurements that will help you decide if it’s sized right for you. Floorplans even provide some insight into things like flooring (such as which rooms are carpeted and which are tiled) and other finish options.

Know How to Read a Floor Plan

Make sure you know how to read and understand mobile home floor plans before you start your journey. In general, the walls are usually marked with solid lines, but they may be filled with a pattern in some cases. Windows will usually be drawn in with white single or double lines. 

Pay close attention to the doors and which way they open and close to see whether or not this will affect your vision for the home. You may be able to alter the location or add windows and doors, depending on the builder. One of the beautiful things about manufactured homes is that they’re new, which means there’s often some opportunity to customize!

  1. Deluxe: Heritage Home Center Pacifica 8249 – This huge mobile home offers nearly 3,000 square feet of living space, with an open great room at the center, flanked by a full dining room and a small, formal living space. The 40-foot by 70-foot beauty features three standard bedrooms plus an optional fourth bedroom and den, and those who love to entertain and spend time outside will appreciate the roomy front porch. This is a great large manufactured home for those buyers who don’t particularly want to downsize and may even want to move to something bigger.


Heritage Home Center Pacifica 8249

  1. Spacious: Champion Homes Innovation — With 2,300 square feet of living space, this Champion beauty features a spacious living room and four full bedrooms, perfect for entertaining and hosting guests. Two full baths with double-sink vanities and full bathtubs for soaking make this model ideal for larger families. The roomy kitchen features an island at the center, which could serve as space for prepping or enjoying weeknight dinners. You won’t feel like you need any more space with this generous floor plan.


Champion Homes Innovation

  1. Spacious: Jacobsen Homes Imperial Model IMP-7604 – This 2,460-square-foot casa offers four bedrooms, two baths, and two living retreats for entertaining, relaxing, and watching TV. The spacious, open concept kitchen opens up into the formal dining room—another great feature for those who love to host parties and holiday dinners—while the 12- by 14-foot master bedroom comes with an optional oval-shaped tub and dual-sink vanity in the large en suite bathroom. You even get a bonus room (perfect for storage or your washer and dryer) and can have the living room finished with an optional fireplace if you so desire.

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Jacobsen Homes Imperial Model IMP-7604


  1. Spacious: Clayton Greensboro – This attractive four-bed, two-bath beauty from Clayton adheres to a more traditional mobile home layout, but offers 2,280 square feet of living space, complete with split bedrooms, a bonus room, a utility room, and an open floor plan that caters to entertainers. We love this unique layout because it offers many features you generally don’t get in a traditional mobile home, such as a foyer, a fireplace, and a roomy kitchen island. A walk-in master closet is just the icing on the cake of this expansive floorplan! 

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Clayton Greensboro


  1. Medium: Platinum Homes Jackpot X-7033 – If you’re looking for something a bit more reasonable in size, consider the Jackpot model from Platinum Homes. It’s still plenty roomy at 1,900 square feet, so it’s perfect for a family of four or less, but it doesn’t go overboard with the square footage. This attractive three-bed, two-bath abode makes the spacious 20-foot living room at the center of the layout, with the master bedroom and roomy en suite bath nestled into the western half of the unit. What we love about this simple but practical layout is the second full bath, which is flanked by two bedrooms, making it perfect for the whole family


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Platinum Homes Jackpot X-7033


  1. Compact: Factory Select Homes Pueblo – Talk about efficiency! Anyone looking for a small but well-designed mobile home should consider the Pueblo from Factory Select Homes. Offering a surprising 600 square feet of living space, this two-bed, one-bath unit is perfect for one- or two-person households or those looking for an economical tiny house. We love it because it makes great use of the limited square footage, with a relatively roomy 15-foot wide living space and kitchen plus two cozy bedrooms. It features a cute radius arch pass-through window between the kitchen and living room, creating an open feel. It’s a great choice for the minimalist.


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Factory Select Homes Pueblo


Layouts for Every Budget and Preference

As you can see from the select plans above, there are mobile homes to suit any budget and vision, whether you’re looking for a small, practical space-saver to accommodate your minimalist lifestyle or something expansive enough for a big family who loves to entertain.


Studying the layout of various different manufactured homes and then narrowing down your selection will help ensure that you wind up with the very best home for you and your family. If you’re buying a previously owned mobile home, perusing the different layouts will help you get a better understanding of what you want out of a new-to-you retreat.

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