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Epoch Homes - Modular Mansions
|Epoch Homes has shared this photo album of their impressive mansions which used modular construction to save considerable construction time and also money. These are just a few examples of much Epoch Homes can custom design a home for any family, regardless if you want a small cozy cottage or an extra large home with all the special features for your family and friends to enjoy.|
This house is 81 ft x 107 ft and is approximately 12,700 sq. ft. and has 12 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. It was built on the ocean on Cape Cod. This vacation "cottage" is one of the most elegant and intricate modular homes ever built. It has won numerous awards for its unique design.
This is an incredibly energy efficient home despite its size. Epoch is one of only two modular companies in the country to have purchased Icynene spray foam equipment. Using Icynene in conjunction with a unique wall frame system that creates a thermal break between the wall stud and the warm interior has allowed Epoch to achieve an incredible energy efficient envelope. Other standard Epoch features, such as using plyclips on the exterior plywood sheathing and caulking between sheets on the exterior sidewalls as well as foam gaskets under all exterior plates add additional energy efficiency.
This is a second home on Governors Island, Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. This unique contemporary cape style home comfortably blends in with the surrounding homes, but still has a look and feel all its own. The two car garage blends in with the front elevation of the house. The lake side of the home uses glass, lots of it, to let in the lake views. Dormers and reverse gables architecturally enhance the house, plus let in the light and the views on the second floor. A master suite with a fireplace dominates the first floor area. The rest is devoted to an open kitchen dining, and great room. The great room fireplace is back to back with the fireplace in the master suite. Although the kitchen is in the front portion of the house, it enjoys lake view through the open floor plan. The second floor boasts a second master suite. Two more bedrooms on the other side of the house, plus an office overlooking Lake Winnipesaukee, complete the plan. The lower level has a sports bar, lounge and pool room, surrounded by half walls so as not to lose the views out over the lake. All three levels total close to 5,000 sq. ft.
This modular mansion was designed by Thompson-Raissis Architects in Stamford CT. This house was the flagship model for a very high end subdivision in Fairfield, CT. It is 8 modules and approximately 4800 sq. ft. of living space.
Greenwich Manor's 6,700+ sq. ft. consists of 17 sections. This home has 5 bedrooms, 5 full baths and 2 half baths. It also has an exercise room, wine cellar, playroom and quarters for the nanny. Nine foot high ceilings are standard on the first floor. The tri-column portico, Pella architectural series windows, the Gothic style A-dormers and the oval window at the peak gives the entrance to this house a character all its own. The custom hardwood stairway compliments the 2-story open foyer with the family room beyond. The large windows and doors bring the outside light in. The fieldstone fireplace and cathedral ceiling give the family room a wonderful casual effect.
Greenwich, Connecticut has few house lots left so some people buy a house, tear it down, and build a new one. This home is a more modest seven thousand square feet, and built in seventeen modules. To achieve 9' ceilings on both the first and second floors, the roof was built in separate component sections and shipped on trailers. The grand foyer is 20' X 24', and contains a magnificent curved staircase. The first floor boasts family room, kitchen, living room, breakfast room, library, dining room, music room, and two bathrooms. Second floor has a master bedroom with fireplace, master bath, walk in closets, five additional bedrooms, four additional bathrooms, and the laundry room. The third floor attic has plenty of room for storage or expansion.
This modular house s one of the largest single family modular homes ever built. It is comprised of 33 modules, and is approximately 16,000 sq. ft. If you can think of it, it was included in this floor plan where attention to detail was as important as the size of the house.
This Nantucket shingle-style modular home in Greenwich was custom designed. It features 4,400-square-foot including a five-bedrooms. It even has a tower and a Colonial-style columned front porch with stone supports. This home also enjoys an enormous roof deck and more than sixty windows.
The challenge was to build a new home in Greenwich, CT. that captured the flavor of the mature neighborhood of Arts & Crafts style homes. Epoch focused on the Arts & Crafts Gambrels sprinkled around the area. The large porch in front and sunroom on the left were added touches. Doug Cutler Architects were brought in after the design was finalized to add the finishing touches to the exterior aesthetics. The end result, a magnificent Arts & Crafts Gambrel which can safely be said is the gem of the neighborhood! Over all the house was comprised of seven modules.
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