A Masterpiece on the Waterfront is the November 2016 MHBA Modular Home of the Month Winner

HEATHSVILLE, Va. – The November 2016 Modular Home of the Month from the Modular Home Builders Association (MHBA) is a masterpiece on the waterfront.  

Virginia Building Systems created the Scott Home from a custom plan designed for views of the Chesapeake Bay from a waterfront lot in the Northern Neck of Virginia. Manufactured by Ritz-Craft Custom Homes, the 3,200 square foot, 2-story home, features 4 bedrooms with 3.5 bathrooms.   

The exterior of the Scott Home features a blend of craftsman and waterfront cottage features including shake siding accents. Upon entering this beautiful home, the elegance of the home can be felt in the vaulted great room with a wall of windows and two triple doors facing the bay view. The focal piece of the room is a 20-foot-tall, floor to ceiling stone fireplace with custom bookshelves on each side.  The eat-in kitchen opens up to the family and dining rooms and features a massive center island with granite tops and painted black maple raised panel cabinets.  The true heart of the home also features custom raised panel cherry cabinets and granite tops. 

The Scott Home has a first floor master suite that features picturesque views of the bay and a tray ceiling with crown moldings and recessed lighting.  The master bath includes a large walk in “infinity shower.”  The switchback staircase opens on two sides with custom railings and iron spindles leading to the loft/balcony overlooking the vaulted great room.  There are two bedrooms above the main home with built in window seats in the dormers overlooking the bay and a large bedroom/game room above the garage.

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 www.modularhome.org