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    Mobile Homes - Parks & Communities in Alvin

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    Business Listing   Alvin Hutmobile Mobile Home Park - Alvin, TX - Phone: (281) 331-3458

    Business Listing   Ashton Mobile Home Park - Alvin, TX - Phone: (281) 331-6599

    Business Listing   Mustang Mobile Park Rentals - Alvin, TX - Phone: (281) 331-0808

    Business Listing   Pleasant Acres Mobile Home Park - Alvin, TX - Phone: (281) 585-8722

    Business Listing   Sun Meadow Mobile Home Park - Alvin, TX - Phone: (281) 388-2334

    Business Listing   Tranquility Village Mobile Home Park - Alvin, TX - Phone: (281) 585-5536

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    Helpful Definition for: Mobile Homes - Parks & Communities

    Mobile Homes, in Alvin, are trailer houses on wheels, that can be hauled in different directions. They are meant for travelers or people with no permanent dwelling place, or even for those with vagabond lifestyle. Mobile homes are usually well-equipped with all the basic facilities that one would normally find inside a conventional home, like kitchen, dining space, washroom, bedroom, all fixed with the necessary furniture equipment, safely installed electrical supplies, etc. However, there are zoning limitations on these homes-on-wheels by which they cannot be parked anywhere in the city. Government provides special parking areas or spaces for these mobile homes in Alvin, which are called 'Community Parking' spaces.

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