The June-Bug Chalet

This smart Chalet floor plan will sweep you off of your feet.

The June-Bug Chalet

 

 

by Myles Biggs

Ritz-Craft is proud to annouce our House of the Month for June 2013. The home, entitled the "June-Bug Chalet," has been designed to satisfy the first-time homebuyer. This Cape Cod style home has two bedrooms, one bathroom and delivers 997 square feet of living space on the first floor. By choosing to finish the proposed upper level, homebuyers can add a loft area, one additional bathroom and 669 square feet of living space.

The exterior of the June-Bug Chalet includes numerous decorative accents as standard features; including, vinyl shake siding in boxed gable area at peak, board and batten siding in front gable, 4-piece custom glass array for front gable and a painted 6-panel front door.

Upon entering the June-Bug Chalet, home buyers step into a large living area with an open to above ceiling. The living room also has access to a full kitchen with an eat-in island area. Located just off of the kitchen is the master bedroom, which boasts a walk-in closet and close proximity to a stacked washer and dryer. Laminate plank flooring can also be found throughout the foyer, living, kitchen and hall areas of this home.

What do you think of this modular home? Tell us in the comments section below. 

Comments

Robyn Chase

10:43 PM on November 6, 2013
I LOVE IT!! obviously the first question is how much does it cost to build this house and can it be modified----(to be smaller???)

Ritz-Craft Corporation

8:06 AM on November 7, 2013
Hi Robyn,

We're glad to hear you love it! This plan can be modified to be both larger and smaller.

The price of the home depends on the options you choose. From flooring and cabinetry, to siding and lighting, you can completely customize the house.

We suggest filling out the "Contact Us" form on this website. The form will send your information to the home builder nearest you and they can work with you to deliver accurate pricing.

Gail Caldwell

7:37 PM on August 8, 2014
What is the most economical chalet that could be built on a basement and could have a deck, a loft, and a fireplace? We have a lot that slopes toward the front and faces a river in WV.

Denise Tabaka

9:53 PM on August 29, 2014
Is this prefab? Can you deliver one to Tennessee and what would be the cost of this model?
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