Friday, April 21, 2017

Teardowns the Answer to New Housing on Long Island

Most new homebuyers in the US face the challenge of finding a vacant lot on which to build their new modular home but what happens when there are absolutely no lots available?

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That’s the problem in Suffolk County, NY on Long Island.

For Cedar Knoll Homes customers, that means finding a home for sale, tearing it down and building a modular home.

Here are 3 examples of how Cedar Knolls transformed an existing home into their customer’s new dream home using Westchester Homes as their factory.

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2 comments:

Toni Martella said...

This is so cool!

Harris Woodward said...

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