Manufactured, Mobile & Modular Homes for Seniors and Retirees in Denton, Texas

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Mayhill Mobile Home Park

516 W Oak St
Denton, Texas 76201-9082
Mayhill Mobile Home Park Details

Denton West Mobile Home Park

3900 Teasley Ln
Denton, Texas 76210-8467
Denton West Mobile Home Park Details

Center Point Mobile Home Community

2212 Fort Worth Dr
Denton, Texas 76205-7613
Center Point Mobile Home Community Details

Lakeside Manor Mobile Home Park

425 S Shady Shores Rd
Denton, Texas 76208-5225
Lakeside Manor Mobile Home Park Details

Clayton Estates

5301 E Mckinney St Trlr 205
Denton, Texas 76208-4645
Clayton Estates Details

Southfork-denton Mobile Home

4937 Stuart Rd
Denton, Texas 76207-4216
Southfork-denton Mobile Home Details

Post Oak Place

109 Massey St
Denton, Texas 76205-7627
Post Oak Place Details

Lakewood Estates

3939 Teasley Ln
Denton, Texas 76210-8491
Lakewood Estates Details

Hickory Creek Mobile Home Community

9100 Teasley Ln
Denton, Texas 76210-4047
Hickory Creek Mobile Home Community Details

Pecan Creek Mobile Home Park

2601 S Mayhill Rd
Denton, Texas 76208-5927
Pecan Creek Mobile Home Park Details

About Denton, Texas

Denton, a city located in the state of Texas (TX), is home to a population of approximately 438,492 people. Denton boasts a median age of 30.4, with around 16.7% of its residents aged 60 or above. 6% of the population identifies as US Veterans. 12.1% of Denton residents are disabled. The city has an average household income of $71,921, while the unemployment rate stands at 4.8%, and around 15.7% of the population is considered to be living below the poverty level. In terms of housing, the average home value in Denton is $294,114, with a monthly rent averaging $1,264.

About Modular Home Communities

Senior mobile parks and modular communities exist to present seniors with an affordable, community-based lifestyle option. These neighborhoods usually operate in the same manner as what you'd probably consider a traditional retirement community, where there may be homeowner association fees as well as localized ordinances, and even amenities. Mobile and modular communities can be an attractive option to senior adults who are looking to downsize while also staying safe and social.

Mobile and modular homes are prefabricated, meaning they're built off-site, in a factory, and then transported to a permanent location.

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