Atop a picturesque hill on a quiet country road in Jeffersonville lies a 2,417-square foot colonial-style home. A sprawling front porch is adorned with a swinging bench and rocking chairs. The air inside is cool and crisp; the rooms splashed with natural light; the décor rustic and rural, with a lived-in comfortable feel.
It’s not exactly the image that comes to mind when one thinks of a modular home. And that’s precisely what the co-founders of New World Home, Mark Jupiter and Tyler Schmetterer, are looking to change.
A Whole New World
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