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a. The manufactured home must be partially or entirely manufactured in a factory.

b. The manufactured home must be not less than twenty-four (24) feet in width and thirty-six (36) feet in length.

c. The manufactured home must be set on an excavated, backfilled, engineered foundation enclosed at the perimeter so that the top of the perimeter wall sits no more than twelve (12) inches above finish grade. The foundation shall be similar in appearance and durability to a masonry foundation of a site-built dwelling. The foundation shall provide an anchoring system for the manufactured home that is totally concealed under the structure.

d. The manufactured home must have brick, wood or cosmetically equivalent exterior siding on all exterior walls which provides a consistent, continuous facade from the bottom of the soffit (top of the wall section) downward to the top of the exposed perimeter foundation. The exterior siding of the manufactured home must have the same appearance as materials commonly used on residential dwellings. Metal siding must be painted or anodized.

e. The manufactured home must have a pitched roof with a pitch of at least a nominal 3:12. The roof must be covered with shingles, shakes or tile. Eaves of the roof must extend at least one (1) foot from the intersection of the roof and the exterior walls.

f. The manufactured home must have windows that are wood, vinyl-coated or anodized aluminum.

g. The manufactured home must have color-coordinated body and trim. Colors of both the factory components and the site-built components shall be the same.

h. The main entrance to the manufactured home must face or be oriented toward an adjacent street.

i. The transportation mechanisms, including the wheels, axles and hitch, must be removed.

j. All manufactured homes shall be certified pursuant to the "National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1974," 42 U.S.C. §5401 et seq., as amended.

k. The manufactured home must meet or exceed all equivalent performance engineering standards to the same extent as required for other single-family housing units.