I know, I know. You don’t like it as much when I show you vacation cabins, but I think you’ll like this one. It’s a classic timber-frame tiny cabin (likely a park model) in Canton, Texas. Well, if you like the idea of tiny homes, but you know it just wouldn’t work, maybe you can consider something like this instead?
It’s very similar but significantly bigger, so it lives much like a regular home or apartment that’s built to code. And there are actually already lots of park model-friendly communities out there already, which leads me to question, “are park models better than THOWs?” What do you think? Are they??
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Are park models better than tiny houses on wheels? Oh yeah, and Tiny Cabin #60 at Mill Creek Ranch…😍
Do you think park models are better than THOWs for YOU?
Please tell us about it in the comments because I want to know what kind of tiny homes you like seeing most! I could see some people liking the compact size of a THOW, which makes sense if you want to travel and move around frequently. But if you want to replace your current home with a tiny home and just stay in one place, I can really see the beauty in a larger THOW (a park model kind of like this). Do I have a point here?
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