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Country Park Model Tiny Home

This is the Country Park Model Tiny Home.

It’s built by Pint Sized Tiny Homes in Camas, Washington.

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Country Pint Sized Tiny Home

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Video: Country Park Model Tiny Home by Pint Sized Home

Highlights

  • 396 sq. ft. park model tiny home
  • 36′ long and 11′ wide
  • Full kitchen
  • Full bathroom
  • Two lofts
  • Washer/dryer combo unit
  • Downstairs bedroom
  • 8′ by 11′ front porch
  • For sale for $75,000

Brand NEW Park Model Tiny House for sale. The house is 396 square feet (36′ long x 11′ wide) with an extra 130 square feet (two lofts). It has a large living room with high ceilings and beautiful large windows. The kitchen has full-size stove/oven, sink, refrigerator, lots of cabinets including a lazy susan and a butcher block. The bathroom has a flush toilet, bathtub, shower, sink, and storage closet. The house has a bedroom on the main level with 2 lofts that can be used as sleeping areas or storage. The bedroom has a queen size bed, two closets, and a washer/dryer combo unit. The larger loft is the same size as the master bedroom. The smaller loft fits a full size bed. Real stairs leading up to the lofts. The house is fully insulated (floor, walls, ceiling). It comes with a front porch (8′ long x 11′ wide). We can customize this model to fit your needs or you can place an order for a new house.

Call for an appointment if you can’t be here for the OPEN HOUSE. The tiny home is located at 31102 NE 37th Street, Camas, WA 98607 (15 minutes east of Vancouver, Washington). You can also visit us online at (http://www.pintsizedhome.com). We will deliver anywhere throughout the U.S. for a fee.

Price: $75,000

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  • Renee September 16, 2016, 10:18 am

    For me this by far is the best design I’ve seen it addresses most of the issues I’ve heard regarding tiny homes. Bedroom on ground floor, real stairs, storage space and full size appliances, flush toilet. I think a small family can live in this easily.

  • ROSEE September 16, 2016, 10:44 am

    Really! Did you say pint size tiny house?! Looks more like large size!
    I can’t believe how much room there is in this TH. Boy! Would I love to have one just like this. Great job both inside and outside. Kudos!

  • Gabriella September 16, 2016, 12:11 pm

    The light and the landscape that strongly enters from all sider of the house, are a real daily Blessing!

  • michael pinkston September 16, 2016, 12:50 pm

    190 dollars a square foot. Way too high

  • Gene Wiley September 16, 2016, 2:13 pm

    I like the stairs going to lofts. Lots of room over all. Porch is always a good feature to a house. Thanks for sharing

  • Bernadette Zeender September 16, 2016, 8:37 pm

    THIS is MY tiny house! I love LOVE it! Obviously the best lay out I’ve ever seen and perfect size. I’m in!

  • Tanya September 16, 2016, 10:11 pm

    WOW!!! What an awesome home!! It’s absolutely perfect. It just what I have been looking for in a “Tiny Home.” One or two things I may want to change but minor adjustments in personal taste. Great Job!!

  • Rusty Kerr September 16, 2016, 10:57 pm

    Very nice home for a family. I like having the bedroom downstairs. Fully insulated is a plus. I love all the windows.
    As a single lady I would like just the first floor with 8.5 foot ceiling and where the stairs are put a W/D and water heater. No tub, just a shower. Where the table and chairs are I would put a longer table with stools that would slide under the table when not in use.
    My favorite is the front porch.
    Overall it’s a very nice home.

  • Beth Grant DeRoos September 17, 2016, 1:46 am

    LOVE the stairs. Would be great if you could lift up each one of the stair treads and have storage. And for that price either a stackable washer dryer or all in one washer dryer. And instead of that dinky table and two chairs you could have a small oak table with benches so you could sit 6-8 people.

  • Maria September 17, 2016, 10:09 am

    Well for me there are too many windows in the livung area. Other wise it is perfect.

  • Carol Perry September 18, 2016, 7:41 am

    This tiny home has all the comforts of a larger home. Love all the features it has to offer. I really like how it has a his & hers closet. You don’t see it in other tiny homes and all the storage it offers. Awesome porch!! Love all the windows it has to offer. I love the fact you can use real furniture for comfort instead of build-ins. I just love the lay-out!! This tiny home was nicely done!! Thank you for sharing!! Carol🌹🌻🌷

  • Rob September 18, 2016, 4:48 pm

    Perfect for me. I love the front porch. So comfy. And I bet that heating it is quite economical. Matter of fact, if I had it, I would turn the lofts into storage as well as a mini-office. Stairs are great if there are handrails to help an old phart like me to gain access to the lofts.

    Plus, if those stairs are fixed in place, each step could be made to open upwards to reveal hidden storage areas. Now, that would be an ideal multi-use suggestion.

    The bathroom is a nice size, actually larger than the one I have now. I think I’d switch out the tub for one of those walk in style tubs which also can be made with hot tub style amenities. Just right for an older person.

    I didn’t see where the heating units would be placed nor what kind they are. For where I live, a nice wood burner stove would be ideal and far less expensive than electric heat. Maybe even have hot water heating with the “broiler” outside, assuming once the house is located, it would be a permanent setting.

  • Susanne September 18, 2016, 10:26 pm

    Surprised everyone likes this; too expensive for this…

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