Experience contemporary elegance where style and functionality unite for effortless living.

This thoughtfully designed floor plan offers spacious living areas and a closed-concept layout that provides comfort and privacy for the whole family. A statement staircase adds a touch of grandeur and serves as a focal point of the home. Choose between a gas or electric fireplace to create a cozy ambiance. The Sherman is a perfect choice for those seeking a stylish and comfortable living space.

Floor Plan




Total: 1716
Heated: 1716
Main Floor: 1716
Second Floor: 858


Width: 28 ft
Depth: 29 ft


Beds: 3
Baths: 2.5


Garage: Optional
Foundation: Basement or Crawlspace

  • Optional Garage
  • Closed concept floor plan
  • Oversized master suite with whirlpool bath
  • Utility room entrance from garage
  • Statement staircase
  • Gas or electric fireplace

Popular Floor Plan Upgrades

  • Garage. Enhance your home’s functionality and resale value with a spacious garage. Not just for vehicles, modern garages often feature built-in storage solutions, workbenches, or even electric vehicle charging stations. Consider adding a two-car or three-car garage, or even opting for a tandem design for more depth.
  • Basement.

About Pricing

  • Base Price: The above home price includes the cost of the modular home built to the standard features from the top of foundation wall going vertical. This includes delivery and setup of the modular on the foundation. The foundation is not included, nor are the utility connections such as wells or septic. Those fall under the site development budget.
  • Site Development: Site development budget is not included in the base price of the modular home. Site development refers to the preparation of the land where your home is built. Garages or porches you may see in the renderings are not part of the base site construction. See Site Development for more info.
  • Travel Radius Surcharge: For properties situated beyond our standard 30-mile radius, there may be an increase in the base price. This increase is due to factors like additional travel time and other associated costs.
  • Regional Requirements: Some locations may have additional engineering requirements due to the location of the building site. For instance, areas prone to high winds or heavy snowfall may require special structural reinforcements or design modifications to ensure the home’s longevity and safety. Example: A house in a snowy mountain region might need a steeper roof pitch and additional roof supports to meet required snow loads. Click here to see where we build.