Clayton Homes has a pretty intriguing modular home right now. It purports to be a great green option, with energy-saving features in the basic model and add-ons for the "deep green" set. It's begging the green living crew to put its money where its mouth is.
The vitals, from Fast Company's Clayton Homes piece:
The house comes in two packages: the $74,900, 723-square-foot i-house I, and the $93,300, 1,023-square-foot i-house II. Both homes can be configured in at least seven different ways and come with a number of standard features, including galvanized metal roofing, corrugated steel siding, a butterfly roof with rainwater collection, and non-VOC paints. Customers can also tack on solar panels, tankless water heaters, and low-flow faucets for a price.
The two basic options from Clayton Homes' site: