Could This Modular Unit Be the Future of Housing?

The Quest can be used as a mobile home, a traditional HUD home, or a modular structure.

The secondary sleeping area is small, but it’s big enough for bunk beds.

The entry features sliding glass doors, transoms, and large windows that bring light into the interior.

The compact kitchen features a two-burner propane stove and solid surface countertops.

Seen from the bath, the main living space offers generous ceiling heights.

The dining area/living space can be outfitted with cork, bamboo, or maple flooring.

The shower and sinks can be installed as a greywater system that does not require a municipal hook up.

Buyers have two options for the toilet: a water-based dual-flush system or a composting unit.

The home’s 2.2 kilowatt solar system obviates the need for grid connection.

The master bedroom walls, like the other parts of the house, can be clad with tongue-and-groove beadboard or gypsum.

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