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When Brian first went tiny, he was embarrassed to tell anyone about his lifestyle change for fear that they’d judge him or think him unworthy because of his alternative lifestyle. But as people found out, he discovered they were far more positive and curious than he had imagined! Now he loves to tell everyone about his tiny home.

He lives in a 399 square foot park model tiny house in an Austin tiny house community, but when he wants to travel he grabs his 1993 Volkswagen Eurovan or his fancy motorcycle and heads out to adventure. Enjoy his interview and join his Tiny House Community Forum on Facebook (links below).

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399 Sq. Ft. Park Model & 1993 VW Eurovan

He has a tiny home and a van

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While you might imagine large loft bedrooms when you hear “park model,” there are options that keep everything on one level — like this “Caney Creek” model by Stone Canyon Homes.

It takes some of the space from the main living room to create a “bonus room,” which perfectly fits bunk beds for kids. Like most park models, this has around 399 square feet of living space indoors. I love the covered deck to give you more space to stretch out.

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No Loft (Even for the Kids!) in This Tiny House

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This is the 400-sq.-ft. Foothills Tiny House by West Coast Homes. It was built in Lynden, Washington and is being shipped to Nevada County, California. Check it out right here!

The architect who designed it is Mark Ouellette. It’s a park model design with a main-floor bedroom. What do you think? Is this something that would work for you?

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400-sq.-ft. Bellevue Model Tiny House by West Coast Homes

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Images via West Coast Homes

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While we’ve shown you a few versions of the Timbercraft Denali XL, this one is unique because it has absolutely no lofts! Set on a 10-foot-wide trailer, it’s a whopping 42 feet long and is technically classified as a park model.

It’s a great set up for a retired couple. The back door walks into a spacious living area that seamlessly blends into the kitchen that includes a dishwasher (a must for me!). In the bathroom you’ll find a flush toilet, washer and dryer unit, and a stand-up shower stall. At the very back of the THOW is the wonderful bedroom with cathedral ceilings — you’ll feel like you’re falling asleep in a resort every night.

All finishes can be customized, so if you’d love something like this be sure to contact Timbercraft Tiny Homes here.

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Is This The Perfect Retirement THOW?

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This is the stunning Sycamore Park Model from Mustard Seed Tiny Homes. Park models aren’t on wheels, but they can be towed to your desired location. The great part about these is you get a full 400 square feet of living space on the main level, and additional space in a large upper loft.

The attached covered porch is a perfect place for relaxing, and the front door leads you into an open living room/kitchen floor plan. Down the hallway you’ll find a downstairs bedroom, smaller spare bedroom, and not one, but TWO bathrooms (one full, one half).

Climb the stairs to the loft, which is divided into a sleeping area and playing area for children. As always, the Mustard Seed Tiny Homes craftsmanship is top-notch! This model starts at $95,000.

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Sleep a Family of 5 in the Sycamore Park Model

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This is what we would call a big tiny house because it’s a 572-sq.-ft. space with a one bedroom, one bathroom layout built to IRC code featuring a spacious main-floor bedroom.

It can be used as similarly to a park model, accessory dwelling unit, or recreational home. Here’s what the unit looks like built-out, it’s their Sledhaus model. Since Natalie originally featured them in 2017, they have added five other design offerings. Learn more below!

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572-sq.-ft. Sledhaus Tiny House

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Images via Sledhaus

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This is the 400 sq. ft. Courtyard Villa park model tiny house that’s for sale and located in a tiny home friendly community near the Palm Springs, California area.

The price is $49,000 and the home has a bedroom with a closet and king bed, a full bathroom, full kitchen, high ceilings, an entertainment center, storage cabinets, and a nice outdoor living space too.

Have you ever considered going with a park model tiny house like this? It’s still on wheels, but it’s on a much wider trailer so you get more space. The drawback is that you’ll need to hire professional movers whenever you want to move it. So what do you think, would you live tiny here? Why or why not?

Living Tiny in a 400 Sq. Ft. Park Model Tiny Home?

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This is a luxury park model tiny cottage with a rooftop terrace.

As I’ve said time and time again if you like the idea of simple living, but you don’t like going as extreme as 200-square-feet or less…

Then you may want to consider a home like the one you’re seeing here. A park model. These are usually around 400-square-feet.

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Park Model Tiny Cottage with Rooftop Terrace

I urge you to check out the rest below:

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