If you’re looking to go tiny or downsize but don’t exactly want to live in less than 200-square-feet OR be limited by an 8.5-foot wide trailer, then you might like this option. It’s still a tiny house on wheels but it’s a park model because it’s much bigger.
These sort of units are nothing new, and this one is built by Palm Harbor Homes. It has a relaxing beach vibe, doesn’t it? Take a look below, and let us know in the comments, would you consider living tiny in a park model sort of like this one?
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Tiny Cottage with a Loft (Park Model)
What’s hiding under the stairs? The lower steps hide two pull-out drawers for extra storage.
Staircase Storage Drawers going to the Loft
While the upper stairs hinge up to hold a safe completely out of sight.
Built-in Safe under the Staircase!
Beautifully decorated living room
Nestled perfectly in the living room area is a small pub style dining table with a hanging LCD TV.
The kitchen is still rather spacious in this tiny beach cottage. I could see myself cooking in here.
Check out all that storage.
Loving the awesome sink and sparkly-looking back-splash.
Shower with Glass Doors
The master bedroom downstairs has that classic beach charm I was talking about. Cool backlighting for late night reading in bed.
The built-in storage in the bedroom is great for hiding away clothing and other personal items.
A side door to open in the morning and enjoy a cup of coffee out in nature.
Contact Palm Harbor Homes for further information.
Would you consider living in this tiny beach style cottage or one kind of like it? Why or why not? Just curious…
Sources: http://www.intimatehomedesigns.com/intimatehomedesigns/Blog__Loving_the_Home_youre_In/Entries/2012/2/12_A_Tiny_Solar_Cottage.html, http://www.palmharbor.com/
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