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400 Sq. Ft. Courtyard Villa Tiny House

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This is the 400 sq. ft. Courtyard Villa park model tiny house that’s for sale and located in a tiny home friendly community near the Palm Springs, California area.

The price is $49,000 and the home has a bedroom with a closet and king bed, a full bathroom, full kitchen, high ceilings, an entertainment center, storage cabinets, and a nice outdoor living space too.

Have you ever considered going with a park model tiny house like this? It’s still on wheels, but it’s on a much wider trailer so you get more space. The drawback is that you’ll need to hire professional movers whenever you want to move it. So what do you think, would you live tiny here? Why or why not?

Living Tiny in a 400 Sq. Ft. Park Model Tiny Home?

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Features & Highlights

  • King size bed
  • Full-size bath
  • Full-size kitchen
  • High ceilings
  • Entertainment center
  • Bedroom closet
  • Storage cabinets
  • Oversized outdoor living space
  • $49k
  • 400 sq. ft.
  • Near Palm Springs, CA
  • Built in 2017
  • Community lifestyle
  • Resort amenities
  • Natural mineral hot pools

Learn more about this park model tiny house over at Sky Valley Resorts.

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  • Eric
    May 22, 2018, 9:17 pm

    To James Alan Diaz re: Julie Rosa-Mueller

    While I can’t comment on Julie’s previous comments, as I cannot recall seeing any, I think it’s a long bow to stretch by saying that she says she sees no value in this lifestyle and that therefore other people’s acceptance of this lifestyle is…well, whatever.

    What she has said is “Normally” she sees no value in that lifestyle (in regards to herself which is self evident because she goes on to say) but I gotta say that this one could tempt me.

    I’d say read, if you don’t like what someone says do one of two things. Ignore it and read other’s comments. Alternatively read it again and ask yourself : Is this being hypercritical? Is it being offensive? Am I being super prickly.

    In regards to your comment I think probably you would fall into the latter.

    • James D.
      May 23, 2018, 3:34 am

      Eric, sorry but no… First, you are reacting to just one post when I was referring to multiple… Including direct referals to the validity of anyone living tiny!

      Second, I was giving her a benefit of a doubt that she may simply be not aware of how she was coming across. Some people do say things that are offensive without being aware. So it was to bring her attention to the issue in a different way than I’ve tried before, as those attempts didn’t seem to work.

      Third, part of the context you’re missing from the previous conversation is that she expressed concern that the Tiny House movement was making people judge her for choosing to live in a 1500 sq ft condo…

      At the time, I tried to assure her that she had no reason to feel like she had to justify or apologize for the choices she made for herself, as the last thing any of us should be doing is judging how other people choose to live…

      Mind, some people feel the need to lash out if they feel like they’re being persecuted but that can also make them blind to what they are doing themselves to others.

      Understand, the point is really that without empathy and understanding of the reasons why people may live differently then there can be no acceptance of the diversity of those lifestyles and then you only promote discrimination, whether intentional or otherwise the effect is the same…

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