This is the stunning Sycamore Park Model from Mustard Seed Tiny Homes. Park models aren’t on wheels, but they can be towed to your desired location. The great part about these is you get a full 400 square feet of living space on the main level, and additional space in a large upper loft.
The attached covered porch is a perfect place for relaxing, and the front door leads you into an open living room/kitchen floor plan. Down the hallway you’ll find a downstairs bedroom, smaller spare bedroom, and not one, but TWO bathrooms (one full, one half).
Climb the stairs to the loft, which is divided into a sleeping area and playing area for children. As always, the Mustard Seed Tiny Homes craftsmanship is top-notch! This model starts at $95,000.
Wow this is one incredible tiny house for sale in Upstate New York (Binghampton)! Two bump outs make it possible to include both an 8-foot couch and queen-sized bed — on the ground floor — into this THOW.
The living room and kitchen share an open floor plan, with a large L-shaped counter top housing a two-burner cooktop and stainless steel sink. In the living space there’s plenty of room for book shelves, chairs and a coffee table. A door from the kitchen takes you into the 3/4 bathroom with a flush toilet, that then walks through to the Master.
That’s where you get an amazing side-by-side washer and dryer unit with a counter top for folding on top! There’s even a loft closet for clothing storage, and a second loft over the bathroom for storage or additional sleeping.
This is a two bedroom tiny house on wheels. More specifically, it’s a two bed, two bath mobile home built like a cabin by Escape. The home is parked on lot number six at the Escape Tampa Bay Tiny House Village and features a large rear deck accessible via glass slider. The Escape Space CLASSIC shed pairs nicely with it as a guest house or office, doesn’t it?
Anyway, yes this big tiny house is available right now. I was able to go and tour it myself on May 20th, here are some of the photos I was able to get for you. More coming… Update: New video tour added! Also, if you’d like, please check availability and inquire to buy right here. Enjoy…
This is what we would call a big tiny house because it’s a 572-sq.-ft. space with a one bedroom, one bathroom layout built to IRC code featuring a spacious main-floor bedroom.
It can be used as similarly to a park model, accessory dwelling unit, or recreational home. Here’s what the unit looks like built-out, it’s their Sledhaus model. Since Natalie originally featured them in 2017, they have added five other design offerings. Learn more below!
This is a larger than usual tiny house from Michael Janzen. It’s called the 10×42 Carrack because, well, it’s 10-feet by 42-feet. It’s a big tiny house on wheels, technically would be classified as a park model. This type of unit is great if you want to go tiny, but not too tiny.
It’s comfortable, spacious, and still mobile if you ever really wanted or needed to move. The Carrack 1042 is part of Michael Janzen’s new generation of tiny house designs for 2019. Michael says, “It’s wider and longer than most tiny houses but a project sized for many do-it-yourselfers.”
It’s been a while since we have gotten to feature a tiny home by them, so I’m really excited to share this one with you. This tiny home is built on a 36-foot gooseneck trailer and it’s 10-feet wide so you get extra width in comparison to the many 8.5-feet wide THOW’s that we often feature.
From the outside, you’ll notice it has a classic cottage look and feel and I’m pretty sure it identifies as a park model. When you step inside, you’ll find a very cozy and spacious living area, closet space, fireplace, plenty of windows, full kitchen, dining nook, stacked washer and dryer, full bathroom, downstairs bedroom, and huge upstairs loft space.
This is a park model RV designed and built like a train caboose which of course can be used as a ‘large’ tiny house on wheels.
Normally park models are about 400 sq. ft. with extra loft space up top in addition. The designer of this one is a retired train engineer and veteran. Unfortunately this particular model doesn’t have a kitchen or bathroom as it’s being used for the owner’s train and caboose collectibles. Either way I thought you’d like to look at it too since I’m sure you can also see how easy it would be to finish it as a fully functioning tiny home.
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