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While “modern farmhouse” is all the rage in design these days, Tru Form Tiny also caters to those who want a more urban design for their tiny homes. The Urban Park Max is 37×10 and features a minimalist exterior, shed-style roof, and oodles of windows.

There’s a downstairs bedroom with walls of windows to let in tons of natural light. An L-shaped kitchen, luxury bathroom, and cozy living finish the place off. What do you think of this?

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37 Ft. Tiny House on Wheels w/ Ground Floor Bedroom and Luxury Finishes

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Love a park model? These high-quality ones are built by CrossRoads Tiny Homes in Texas. They are real 2×4 construction and built to last! They have a number of floor plans available to suit your needs.

The one below has a country/farmhouse vibe with a super spacious main bedroom in the back that makes it very accessible for aging clients. The living room and kitchen blend together seamlessly, and there’s a 3/4 bathroom. What do you think?

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Bright Yellow 400 Sq. Ft. Park Model

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Momo and Casey own a “big” home, but by renting it out and living in a tiny house, they have the financial flexibility to start a new business — Momo’s Michelada! The couple got a park model tiny home in an Austin tiny house community that meets their needs.

I love the video tour with them — which you can watch below — because they’re very realistic about what works and what doesn’t in their tiny space! It’s always helpful to get a real review of tiny living. What do you think?

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They Rented Out Their Big House And Moved Into This Park Model With Outdoor Space

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It’s always a joy to meet people like Linda, a true gem who worked hard to make her tiny home dreams come true! Today, she is going to walk us through her story about how she converted a run-down trailer and made it home. I’ll let her take the wheel…

For the price of a used car I found my first home a rundown trailer with no functioning parts, Uninhabitable at that and for the last 2.5 years, I have been cutting, digging, cleaning, designing, planting, buying and selling furniture from Day 1 to now. I have finally found what is the perfect dream home in a 450 Sq Ft Tiny Trailer. Who needs Barbie’s beach house? I would rather live Tiny in my PNK*DMD….

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Her ‘Hyline Hilton’ Park Model Tiny Home

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DrAntonika was no stranger to tiny living when the opportunity to buy this home with her parents presented itself. Working as a healer/naturopath on yachts meant that she was often living out of a couple of suitcases in a small room. But when she and her traveling parents needed a place to ride out lockdowns, a tiny home in this Texas community seemed like a great option.

She and her parents split time between work and being home in this beautiful 399 sq. ft. tiny house that has a huge kitchen, removable deck, and downstairs bedroom. She can grow herbs out on her porch and has space for her air fryer and smoothie maker. What do you think of this tiny house and community?

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Wellness, Community, and Park Model Living in Texas

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Vandila was ready to make the “next step” and get out of apartment living, but the housing market in Austin was crazy and she hated the thought of jumping into so much debt and not getting a great deal. Plus, she didn’t think she needed all the space a full home would offer.

That’s when she considered a skoolie, but her job kept her tied to one location. Eventually, she settled on a park model in a tiny house community in Austin. She has a ground-floor bedroom, roomy shower, and awesome built-in entertainment system for her TV & games. Check it out!

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Leaving Apartment Life for a Tiny House Community

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Pamela had just finished renovating her spacious California home with four bedrooms and two baths when she got the idea that tiny living would allow for a more affordable lifestyle that would free up cash so she could travel more and “buy nicer things.” Her friends and family were definitely suspicious, but after a “trial run” of living in 900 square feet, Pamela felt like she was ready to downsize even more.

In her interview with Tiny Home Tours, Pamela shares the ups and downs in terms of parting with your stuff and learning to live with much less. Her park model, located at Village Farm Tiny Homes in Austin, has been impeccably decorated and has all the comforts of a bigger home on a smaller scale. Go check it out below!

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Living at Village Farm Tiny Homes in Austin

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There are so many options out there for living with a smaller footprint, and park models like this one give you just under 400 square feet, and the newer ones look the part!

This one is set up in Broken Bow, Oklahoma as a vacation rental (what most park models were originally designed for), but the spacious kitchen and storage in the bedroom make it something you could likely enjoy year-round in the right climate.

With both a front and back porch, you have room for both a grill and a hot tub! You can book your stay over at Airbnb.

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Secluded, Wooded Park Model Tiny Home

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This two-year-old Cavco Sedona Park Model located in the Sky Valley Resort is for sale for $57,900. I’ts 400 square feet and if approved by the park, you can rent the lot it’s on for $481.82.

Inside it has a large open-concept living room and kitchen, as well as a ground-floor bedroom. Outside there’s an additional 10×10 structure with electrical that can double as a spare bedroom if needed. The lot includes a lovely patio, and there’s a washer/dryer room on the back of the home.

Scroll through the picture tour below and get all the details at the end of the post! You can contact the seller at [email protected]

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Cavco Sedona Park Model For Sale: $57K (+Lot Rent)

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