If you’re into tiny living, great! But if it’s a little too tight… Let’s say you’re sharing the tiny home with a loved one, then you might need more space because where are you going to put all of your stuff? That’s why I like showing people these ‘park model’ tiny houses because it’s still the same concept only slightly larger and more spacious.
So it’s way more functional and doable long-term on a full-time simple living basis (especially if you’re NOT living alone). Obviously, this is definitely NOT something you’d want to go with if you were planning on moving around quite a bit or even traveling with your ‘tiny home’ because these are heavier and you even need a special permit (license) to tow them.
Rich Daniels’ Gromer Park Model Tiny House
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‘Bigger’ Tiny Houses?
Some people who go tiny end up out growing their tiny house before even a few years go by. That’s why I like to point out larger options that might be more doable long-term on a full-time basis like this ‘park model’ size tiny home because you can still live simply and enjoy the benefits of less in a slightly larger than tiny house, too, right?
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