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15×35 Monarca Park Model Tiny Home

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Because park models are rarely moved, you can usually get them wider than the legal road allowance, which allows for a spacious living space. That’s very true in this 15×35 Monarca model with plenty of elbow room!

Remarkably it comes with a lovely covered porch on the outside, but the interior is also grand with a spacious living room, downstairs bedroom with a closet, and a well-designed bathroom with a tiled walk-in shower. It’s for sale now in Loop Liberty Hall, Texas for $83,000. What do you think?

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Park Model Home in Texas for $83K

Lots of great cabinets in this L-shaped kitchen.

There are storage stairs to the loft bedroom.

There’s a ground floor bedroom and a bahtroom.

Close-up of the staircase.

There’s a nice closet in the bedroom.

There’s a lovely tiled shower stall.

A residential toilet and a pocket door.

I like the beveled subway tiles.

The front porch is beautiful!


2023 Monarca Tiny Home 16ft high, 15×35 with TREX decking, gas fireplace, SS refrig. flat cook top, barn doors for master. Convection oven, Ceiling fans, tiled shower, loft, L shaped porch, laundry hookup, Solid wood loft stairs. Vinyl waterproof flooring, 2 head mini split for A/C and Heat. 2×4 frame with sheetrock walls. NO owner financing, lots or park for park model may be available. All units come with serial #’s RVIA and NOAH certificates. Financing can be provided through 21st mortgage, Lightstream, or a personal loan. Retailed 150k will transport

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Liz
    May 1, 2023, 3:43 pm

    This TH is perfect inside. However, to create more interior space I would delete the porch and wrap around decking. Instead I think that the porch/patio added to the exterior would give you a lot more room inside. Otherwise this model is everything I could ever want!!!

    • James D.
      May 1, 2023, 4:11 pm

      Just an FYI but Park Model RVs are prohibited from exceeding 400 Sq Ft of living space by law. So it would make no difference to the interior space. Aside from the loft, which isn’t counted towards that 400 threshold, a Park Model RV can only have exterior space added and would, in most cases, already pushing the limit.

      Exceptions are, 1) In Florida, built to HUD, instead of ANSI, would allow up to 500 Sq Ft or 2) In Canada, the threhold is closer to 538 Sq Ft. Or 3) Some rare places may allow the Park Model to be treated like a residential home as they may only require a given size and often add to the Park Model to make it compliant but that would be illegal in most places.

      A possible 4th exception would be if it was built by a tiny house builder and not a Park Model RV manufacturer. Since, then it can be built to meet Appendix Q of the IRC and/or local code and zoning requirements to then be any size allowed in the area.

      Park Model RVs, while similar, are technically not tiny houses and there are now multiple states that will legally treat them differently but a few states, like Texas, would allow similar options and the difference don’t necessarily matter to everyone.

      • Liz
        May 1, 2023, 5:48 pm

        You are correct. I forgot about length limit rules for having a park model in a park (and perhaps other places). I still love this TH and would suffer (JK) the consequences of a porch and wrap around deck. 😂

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