The other day we got this comment on one of the new Tumbleweed tiny houses that just came out.
How well can someone over 6 feet tall and over 300 pounds live in this?
And the best answer I could think of, was this:
If you’re asking that, you may want to look at this instead, will probably be better for anyone who likes the idea but needs more space: http://tinyhousepins.com/tiny-house-on-roids/
Then I thought, “I better write about this really quick while the ideas are in my mind.” So here we are.
Bigger Tiny Houses for Bigger People: Park Models
Let me show you the interior below:
Kitchen and Living Area
Sleeping Loft Entrance and Staircase
For more photos of this Park Model tiny home click here.
This might not be the best design for you but if you’ve been wondering about more space, maybe a park model is a better option for you than a tiny house?
The main difference is that you have to pay a professional driver to move it for you because it exceeds the 8’6″ width and road height requirements for most areas.
But Park Models are already widely available. It’s just where would you like to choose to park and live in it?
What are your thoughts on Park Models instead of tiny houses on wheels?
Which would you prefer and why? As always the action is always in the comments below.
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