This 1971 Hunter Compact Jr. has gone through several remodels throughout its lifetime as Jenna mentioned in the video. You can also check out the before video to get an idea of what changed in the past year. With the most recent remodel, they were able to maximize the space for storage, a mini kitchen, and a convertible bench-to-bed.
What do you think of the black exterior finish? I think it looks pretty awesome! Take the full tour below and let us know how you like it in the comments! There’s also a video tour for you below. Enjoy!
It was built by The Zen Cottages (builder now known as Zen Tiny Homes) and includes features like a storage loft, sleeping loft, wood stove, skylights, and more. According to the listing, it’s the 20ft Alpine Model. What do you think? It seems like a pretty good deal, doesn’t it?
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