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Christine’s Park Model Tiny House at the Village of Wildflowers

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This is Christine’s park model tiny house at the Village of Wildflowers in Flat Rock, North Carolina.

It’s a Park Model cabin with a spacious (and screened-in) front porch to enjoy the outdoors in. Inside, you’ll find plenty of space with a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, and additional loft space too!

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Christine’s Park Model Tiny House in a Tiny Living Community

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We are a one-of-a-kind tiny house community located on 26 acres in beautiful Flat Rock, North Carolina. Founded on the belief that “smaller is smarter”, we offer luxurious tiny homes, completely customizable to your liking, and lots are available to fit your personal lifestyle needs. Also, we’ve recently opened up a new portion of our property for the tiniest of tiny houses. Because, well, sometimes one size just doesn’t fit all.

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  • Rue
    May 27, 2016, 12:41 pm

    Looks nice, and just the right size for my tastes….wish there were more pictures. 🙁

    I took a look around their website, and the community sounds awesome. I wish there were somewhere like this in my state.

    • Christine Johnson
      May 28, 2016, 1:53 pm

      I am happy to share more pics. I was in the middle of painting the loft and master bedroom when Alex asked me about my house, so I shared some older photos. I have only been in my house for one month and we have done a bunch of personalizing to our space.

  • Otessa Regina Compton
    May 27, 2016, 2:11 pm


    • Christine Johnson
      May 28, 2016, 1:58 pm

      Tropical? Yikes. LOL. Nah, it is completely rustic in all natural woodsy colors, green, dark blue and plum brown. The drawers are HUGE and impress the crap out of people when I open them up to show how much I fit in them. The screened patio is my sanctuary and I am very, very happy with my purchase and community choice.

  • Gigi
    May 27, 2016, 7:37 pm

    The village is a great concept and will, I hope, inspire others to start similar villages in other states. I like being able to customize the house you will buy. For example, marble bathrooms and granite countertops do not appeal to me at all, so i would select other materials.
    I have questions about the land. Do you buy the lot your house is on? Is the land included in the price of the house? Or is the land leased with a yearly fee? Is there an HOA with fees that cover land maintenance and community activities?

  • Christine Johnson
    May 28, 2016, 1:51 pm

    We do not own the land, we share 26 acres though. There are only 28 homes there now, so we have plenty of room to stretch out. There’s a swimming pool, community center, dog parks, community garden and great friends to hang out with around the bonfire pit. There isn’t a home owners association, but we pay a lot rent which includes water, sewer, trash, recycle, lawn maintenance and total use of all of the amazing spaces here on the property. This is so much better than living alone in the middle of nowhere to hide my tiny house from zoning.

    • Nerida
      May 29, 2016, 9:02 pm

      It looks and sounds beautiful, almost too good to be true. It also sounds very controlled which may or may not be a good thing, i’m just wondering how that pans out and whats in the ‘agreement’ that you have to sign when you buy in.

      Also it looks and sounds a bit upmarket and expensive, which is fair enough if you fit that bracket and you want to maintain a particular standared (thinking resale value) so I was just wondering what the annual costs are on top of your tiny house purchase?

      Do any members of the community have paid employment or are they all retirees?

      And arrrgh to having to leave a porch light on all night (although I appreciate their reasons for this request). I love the pitch dark and star gazing where I am now.

      Still it is great to see a community like this up and running and yes I would certainly cosider living in a place like this. It sounds like the owner has thought of just about everything.

      • Christine Johnson
        May 29, 2016, 9:08 pm

        It is not overly controlled at all here. Most folks are working, this is not a retirement community. Why would you think we have to leave a porch light on?

        • Nerida
          June 1, 2016, 8:28 pm

          Why would I think you have to leave a porch light on? It says so on their web page, the request is for security reasons and intended as a sign ‘that all is well’.

  • Christine Johnson
    June 1, 2016, 10:37 pm

    No that’s not right. Where did you see that? I can find anything like that.

    • Christine Johnson
      June 1, 2016, 10:38 pm

      I meant can’t find that

  • Cande Keller
    June 3, 2016, 5:08 pm

    I also read that about the porch lights, doesn’t bother me b/cause I’m used to that. Can’t wait, am looking at the property/models tomorrow!

    • Christine Johnson
      June 4, 2016, 12:39 pm

      Would you tell me where you found that info so I can fix it?

      • Cande Keller
        June 5, 2016, 3:46 pm

        Hi Christine – Under Residential Dwellings, Life at Wildflower it states “we ask all residents to leave their porch light on after dark as an indication to their neighbor’s that all is well.”. Personally I have no problem w/that, esp. since I’m alone.

  • Christine Johnson
    June 5, 2016, 4:34 pm

    I see it now. It is not required. Most of us are very green and bought here to leave as small a footprint as possible.

  • George
    February 1, 2017, 9:57 am

    Colares Patti
    • November 3, 2016
    Drove all the way from Northern Virginia to check this “treasure” out. What a major disappointment. Christine (one of the managers there) was rude, rushed me and the other couple visiting the village through the showings and when I made a comment about showing me a model with two bedrooms, she stated – we don’t have them and if that is what you looking for, then I will not waste your time and end the tour. What??? If this is the type of customer service you get, why would I want to live there?

    PROS – Flat Rock, NC (where the community is located) is about 40 minutes away from Asheville, NC which is one of the cutest cities in that part of the state. The weather in that area is ideal all year round.

    CONS – It is an RV park. Bare boned. Not a lot of trees and green spaces as they make you believe in the pictures. RV park is opposite to a busy church and located in a part of town without a lot of infrastructure (no supermarkets nearby, no fire/police stations, no pharmacies, no parks and recreation, nothing…) Tons of restrictions on the home styles you can park there and also, builders you can order from. Prices from those builders have huge markups and you cannot make changes to the floor designs. EVERY house must have a porch. No exceptions. For tiny living lovers, that is a WASTE of livable space. Homes have very little sound proofing so I am going to let you get to your own conclusions on that one… Finally, Christine sucks at showing homes and the park’s monthly rental fees are ridiculously expensive just because the HGTV show “Tiny House Hunters” has featured homes located in that community three times. If the place was that wonderful, why are people fleeing the place?

    CONCLUSION – Visit the place and make an informed decision.

  • Rhonda
    April 27, 2017, 1:24 pm

    Hi Christine,
    I love your tiny house! I am thinking of building one at the beach. Who is the park model manufacturer of your home? I’m wondering if there is a manufacturer in NC. Thanks and good luck!

  • Cande Keller
    April 27, 2017, 8:01 pm

    George – I read your comments and couldn’t agree more. When I visited, the grounds were unkept, we did have a informative guide, however the grounds and location was a huge turn off for me.

  • e.a.f.
    February 29, 2020, 4:39 am

    I’m always apprehensive about renting land to place your home. If the owner of the property decides to sell, you’re out of a place to put your home. In British Columbia, we’ve been seeing this since the 1970s, when urban expansion started in Greater Vancouver. These parks were sold and people told to move. Many of the homes could no longer be moved–too old and the owners just had to walk away. Having a bare strata lot would be better, you own the land. As long as there aren’t a lot of “facilities’ the maitenance fees for the common property usually isn’t that high.

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