Trusted Home Builders Of Texas for Over 39 Years
Palm Harbor Homes TX has been building and selling dream homes for families all over Texas for over 39 years. Our modular and mobile single wide homes in Texas are not only beautiful and durable, but cost-effective. We offer a variety of home models for sale in Texas to fit the needs of any customer.
Durable Construction–Built To Last!
Attractive And Comfortable
For potential homeowners looking for a little extra space, our single-wide homes for sale in TX are a fantastic option. Our floorplans range from 2 to 6 bedrooms, up to 2 bathrooms, and an impressive 400 to 1400 square feet. Like most of our homes, they are customizable and can feature a number of amenities of your choosing, like media centers, office spaces, spa bathrooms, large master bedrooms with walk-in closets, wood burning fireplaces, mud rooms, and more. We can also customize lighting, tile, and floor coverings to your preference. These sunny and expansive single-wides are a wonderful place to call home and we know you won’t be disappointed! All of our home floor plans allow for a good balance between community space where everyone can be together and privacy in offices and individual bedrooms. Just becuase it is a single wide home does not mean you have to give up quality or luxury. Contact us today and find out what you are missing.
See Our Available Single Wide Homes:
We feel confident that at least one of our modular home floor plans for sale in Texas will suit you and your wishes for your new custom dream home. Please take a look through our single-wide home listings. You can click on each home to view its individual photos, floorplans, and features. If you have questions or see a home you love, please contact us, our home experts are standing by!
NBC’s American Dream Builders
Palm Harbor Homes is proud to have been featured on NBC’s popular television show “American Dream Builders.” Together with Cavco Homes, Palm Harbor Homes built several Tiny House Eco-cottages that were designed and decorated on the one-hour reality design competition series.