Updated modular home models and floor plans

With advanced manufacturing and building automation, we can reliably produce modular homes on time and on a fixed budget that matches your lifestyle. Find your dream home below.

Mini-homes →

Single-story →

Multi-story →

Dvele Mini-homes, a community and Dvele's home monitoring system.


83% more
energy efficient 

Yes, you read that right. Our homes are far more energy-efficient than the average home. In fact, we meet, and surpass Passive House standards.

380-1100 SQ FT


A lot can fit in a tiny space. Just look at the glovebox in your car!

Mini-homes can be single modules or up to three modules stitched together. They look great as an ADU in your backyard, a standalone home, a private studio, or they can be built together in a tiny community.

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Mini-home. Oren Model. Grey exterior with light maple wood accents.
Ready for delivery $285,000


  • 381 sq ft
  • 1 bedroom / 1 loft / 1 bathroom
  • 1 module / 14' x 39' 9" footprint

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Starting at $300,000


  • 705 sq ft
  • 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom
  • 1 module / 15' x 45' footprint


Starting at $349,000


  • 893 sq ft
  • 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom
  • 1 module / 14' 8" x 56' footprint


Starting at $390,000


  • 1167 sq ft
  • 2 bedrooms / 1 bathroom
  • 2 modules / 45' x 39' footprint



Technology is here
to help us

Building a home is a lot easier when using the power of today's technology – digital models, automation, and robots. With it, you get a modular home built to a high-quality standard that can resist climate change.

1200-2900 SQ FT


Who doesn't love a good bungalow? They're accessible to people of all ages and can be designed with full-sized kitchens. They can also be large enough to include up to 4 bedrooms.

Keep in mind many of these models cover a wide area. Make sure your lot size can accomodate them.

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Monashee model. Prefabricated home by Dvele
Starting at $420,000


  • 1282 sq ft
  • 2 bedrooms / 1 bath
  • 2 modules / 40' x 51' footprint


Starting at $472,000


  • 1553 sq ft
  • 3 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
  • 2 modules / 31' x 57' footprint


Starting at $465,000


  • 1554 sq ft
  • 2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
  • 2 modules / 59' x 31' footprint


Starting at $465,000


  • 1554 sq ft
  • 2 bedrooms / 2 bathrooms
  • 2 modules / 58' x 30' 6"


Starting at $550,000


  • 1934 sq ft
  • 3 bedrooms / 2.5 bathrooms
  • 3 modules / 35' x 85' footprint


Starting at $642,000


  • 2296 sq ft
  • 3 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms
  • 3 modules / 82' x 45' footprint
Starting at $658,000


  • 2309 sq ft
  • 4 bedrooms / 3 bathrooms
  • 3 modules / 73' x 53' footprint


Starting at $680,000


  • 2365 sq ft
  • 3 bedrooms / 3.5 bathrooms
  • 4 modules / 80' x 58' footprint


Starting at $680,000


  • 2595 sq ft
  • 4 bedrooms / 3.5 bathrooms
  • 4 modules / 98' x 57' footprint


Starting at $730,000


  • 2559 sq ft
  • 3 bedrooms / 2.5 bathrooms
  • 4 modules / 66' x 58'


Starting at $832,000


  • 2920 sq ft
  • 4 bedrooms / 3.5 bathrooms
  • 5 modules / 45' x 91' footprint



Brownouts and blackouts are in the past

The combination of solar panels, a battery, and above-average energy efficiency will keep your turkey cooking in the oven and the game playing on the TV*.

*this really happened.


2100-3900 SQ FT


Need space to spread out? Want a separate media room? Maybe an attached garage? Or how about a secondary story deck to watch sunrises and sunsets?

If you're saying yes to any of these features, these models are for you.

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Shaughnessy model. A two story prefabricated modular home by Dvele.
Starting at $610,000


  • 2141 sq ft
  • 4 bedrooms / 3 baths
  • 4 modules / 28' x 51' footprint


Starting at $928,000


  • 3320 sq ft
  • 4 bedrooms / 3.5 baths
  • 6 modules / 44' x 64' footprint


Starting at $1,050,000


  • 3957 sq ft
  • 4 bedrooms / 4.5 bathrooms
  • 7 modules / 48' x 84' footprint



What goes into a
Dvele home?

The prices you see on each model above are the starting production prices. And the other costs you need to consider in your budget are the Transportation fees, Installation fees, Site work fees, and Permit fees.

Compare building methods


Site-built home

Typically wood-framed. Susceptible to climate changes and unpredictable tradespeople.

  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Built on time
  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Predictable costs
  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Short supply chain
  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Consistent build quality
  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Highly-skilled tradespeople
  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Solar panels and battery ready
  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Above average energy-efficiency

Custom home

Can be prefabricated. Susceptible to climate changes with some highly-skilled tradespeople.

  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Built on time
  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Predictable costs
  • Catalog-Pricing-Maybe Short supply chain
  • Catalog-Pricing-Money Consistent build quality
  • Catalog-Pricing-Money Highly-skilled tradespeople
  • Catalog-Pricing-Money Solar panels and battery ready
  • Catalog-Pricing-Money Above average energy-efficiency

Frequently Asked Questions

Contact us with any other questions you have.

How are Dvele homes priced?

The starting production price for each model is listed on this catalog page. Our manufacturing pricing includes all finishes and fixtures featured in our LookBook [downloadable link], which are expertly selected for a timeless design, simplified process, and energy efficiency.  

The production price doesn't include transportation fees, installation, and site work. These figures will vary depending on the location and condition of the build site.  

A Dvele representative can assist with preparing a preliminary price estimate to help assess all-in-build costs.

When can you build my home?

We've reached capacity for this year (2022) and will begin building new orders next year, in Q2 2023.

How long is the building process?

We consistently take 16 weeks to build a home, less time if it's one module for a mini-home.

The overall building time depends (1) if you have land ready to be built on, (2) if you've secured a general contractor, (3) if you have approval from your country/city/region to build, and (4) if you've secured financing for the project. 

After I've picked a home, what's the next step?

Initially, a client sales representative will assess your land with you to look for any obvious signs we can't build on your land.

Things that prevent or make it hard to build on your land are things like (1) a steep slope, (2) near water or close to flood zones, (3) narrow access road; we must be able to fit a flatbed truck with the modules and crane on the street, and (4) low-hanging branches or trees obstructing the road and building site.

Then, we'd perform a feasibility assessment with one of our project managers to go into more detail about the project, the land and access to the building site.

Can you deliver modules to my region?

Yes, if you're on the west coast or are a neighboring state to California.

We currently building out of our Loma Linda, CA factory and must be able to deliver modules to your project site within a reasonable timeframe.

If you live in the central or eastern United States, please follow us on social media to get updates. Or send us an email and notify us which area you'd like us t


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