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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

Gamer’s Park Model Tiny Home in Austin 2

Images via Tiny Home Tours

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This is a fantastic tiny house on wheels with all the bells and whistles, including a downstairs bedroom with slider doors that take you outside and let in tons of natural light.

The Villa Max Park Model is built by Tru Form Tiny and comes in at 36′ long. You can design your own version on their website, and get exact pricing. Check out the beautiful home below.

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36-ft. Park Model Tiny House by Tru Form Tiny

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Images via Tru Form Tiny

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We just got some new pictures of the N1 Model from Escape, and had to show you this amazing build again!

They created this sleek single-floor home as a one-of-a-kind project for their tiny house village, but because of the overwhelmingly positive response they received, they’re going to develop a smaller version to become one of their production models. Exciting news.

Enjoy the new photos (including a floor plan), and watch the video tour at the end of the post, too.

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A Modern Tiny Home with TWO Bathrooms

New Photos of Escape’s Mid-Century Modern N1

Images via ESCAPE

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