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The Kropf Island Series Park Model Tiny Home

This is the Kropf Island Series park model tiny house on wheels.

It’s designed and built by Kropf Park Model RVs in Goshen, Indiana.

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  • Susanne September 2, 2016, 2:27 pm

    Beautiful !!!!

  • Joanne Stonoha September 2, 2016, 2:36 pm

    I want this… I have the land and this is by far the nicest tiny home I’ve seen… The park model home

  • Sally Schrock September 2, 2016, 2:41 pm

    Stunning, except that I would have liked to see a warm wood interior and not so much white. If I’m not mistaken, this manufacturer (Kropf) is the very same one that manufactured top-of-the-line mobile homes in the 50’s and 60’s and which are valued by vintage mobile home enthusiasts for their styling, quality and durability.

    Truth be told, I’d rather buy a vintage Kropf mobile home and save myself thousands of dollars over buying this park model, which looks to be out of reach pricewise for me.

  • Gigi September 2, 2016, 2:44 pm

    Wow! There are so many things to like here. It’s probably up there in price but the quality shows.

  • Renzo Donayre September 2, 2016, 3:31 pm

    Al, i have to say that by far, THIS is the mos beautyful tiny house i’ve ever saw, in fact i want it, unafortunelly in my country there’s not RV parks, but there are some places near by beaches in wich i could settle in it. cheers.

  • ROSEE September 2, 2016, 3:35 pm

    Oh my! I truly l-o-v-e this tiny house. Where can I get the plans for this one? How about one with a domed roof!
    Good job and thanks for sharing!

  • Sharee September 2, 2016, 4:05 pm

    I agree with everyone else’s first reaction. Wow! Absolutely beautiful. This is one to dream about. I even looks bigger on the inside than the outside. Full sized appliances! Even a wine cooler. I would have liked to see the bathroom and where the washer/dryer hook up is.

  • Rosie September 2, 2016, 5:38 pm

    Yes beautiful home just love it I also would have like to have seen bathroom I live in Australia how would one go about getting one over here to Australia Rosie

  • M. Hellman September 2, 2016, 6:37 pm

    Soooo nice to see an interior that employs paint as opposed to raw wood. Love the white. Love it all except… Could the mini bar be built as an office area instead? Not everyone needs a bar. Fridge will do!

    • Eric September 2, 2016, 7:28 pm

      I am sure that they can customise (probably do anyway) each and every home that they make.

      Personally I like it as it is. Except the whale. The whale would have to go… they take up far too much room.

      I love the fact that it has a wine cooler built in. But I’m sure the wowsers would w(h)ine about it. ; )

      • oxide September 3, 2016, 9:10 am

        How about the fishies behind the sink… are they ok or would they have to go too? :-p

        I strongly suggest that people go to the website link and click on “floor plans.” Kropf offers 21(!) different configurations of essentially the same size house.

  • Dell September 2, 2016, 6:54 pm

    Bingo!! This is the one I want and I just went to their site to have someone contact me! It is PERFECTION!

  • Eric September 2, 2016, 7:38 pm

    At approx 456 sq ft “not” including the loft areas this is a goooooood size for living… as opposed to (and my personal opinion, YMMV) trying to live/exist in say 120 sq ft. I just don’t think I could live quite that small. Ok, probably not anywhere near as small as 120 sq ft to be honest.

    • Eric September 2, 2016, 7:49 pm

      Alex, apologies in advance at the length of this post, but thought it prudent to show this as so many ppl don’t click on the links.

      Look at the features: (and yes, obviously it won’t be cheap…)

      Detachable hitch
      Steel heavy-duty I-Beam frames
      Metal underbelly
      2 x 6 floor stringers 16” o.c. w/1×4 cross ties
      5/8” plywood floor decking screwed and glued
      Water sealed floor-kitchen, bath and doorways
      Floor ducted heat
      2×4 sidewall studs 16” o.c.
      Double studding around doors and windows
      Thermoply insulated backer
      Metal strapping connecting sidewalls to floor
      Vinyl lap siding w/50 year warranty
      6’4” thermopane patio door
      Residential thermopane windows
      Rear house type door (where applicable)
      Multiple style front ends
      Truss type rafters 16” o.c.3/8” roof decking overlaid w/felt paper
      2×6 header around roof perimeter
      Fiberglas shingled roof – 25 year warranty
      Tie down straps
      Fiberglass Insulation: R-11 floor and sidewalls, R-22 roof
      Dining room bay window ( where applicable)Fixed side overhangs – standard on 11’ & 11-1/2’
      Double shed dormers
      Multiple cabinet packages
      17′ frost free refrigerator
      2 end tables w/lamps (1 Std. Lakeside)
      4 bar stools
      Island Bar Lights
      2 cushion hide-a-bed sofa
      ReclinerDeluxe interior trim package
      Pin up light in bedroom
      Linoleum in kitchen and bath
      Dlx. Carpet w/carpet pad
      Upgrade vinyl floor or Dix carpet
      Designer drapes
      Wood blinds
      Vertical patio blind
      30″ gas range w/range hood (some floor plans will have 24″ range)
      20 gallon electric water heater
      Under counter suburban 42,000 BTU furnace
      Entertainment center (most floor plans)
      Short queen bed
      Bedspread
      2 night stands
      Oak edged countertops
      Roller drawer guides
      Gas line to front and rear
      Deluxe lighting
      Designer washable wall vinyls
      Deluxe Back Splash (Kitchen and Bath)
      One piece fiberglass tub or shower
      Residential toilet
      Bath fixtures
      Single lever bath faucets
      Porcelain bath lavatory
      Deluxe medicine cabinet
      Lighted power vent in bath
      TV jack in living room, bedroom, and loft
      Porch lights by each door
      Porch lights at front end
      Exterior 110 GFI recepts
      50 amp elec. service w/heavy-duty power cord
      Space saver microwave (some require built-in)
      Prep for central air
      Fire extinguisher
      Smoke detector
      Ceiling fans in living room and bedroom w/ light kits (no bedroom fan in lofts)
      Mirrored bedroom wardrobe doors (master bedroom)
      Single lever faucet in kitchen w/spray
      Raised panel passage doors
      Phone jack in living room and bedroom
      Shutters on windows
      Home entertainment system, surround sound/DVD/CD
      32″ HD LCD flat screen TV

  • Brandi September 2, 2016, 8:23 pm

    This is FANTASTIC!!! Why would one want a short Queen sized bed? There appears to be plenty of room for a regular length one. It doesn’t show the way up to the loft spaces. Wow, Wow, WOW. Do we dare ask the price on this one? :)

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN September 2, 2016, 8:24 pm

    Very beautiful tiny house park model…! I would trade my house for this one in a Miami minute…! I am though sorry to see that they didn’t go the extra yard and have a different type heating and cooling system instead of a wall unit a/c box pertruding from it’s wall…! But I guess you can’t have everything….!

  • Deborah West September 3, 2016, 12:47 am

    Very nice, but too white. I would have to consider another color. he bar can be repurposed, maybe for more living space. The island is nice but is it movable? Also, did I miss it but where’s the powder room?

  • Dominick Bundy September 3, 2016, 12:57 am

    Nicely done. but I don’t see anything at all tiny about this house. way too much storage to collect stuff and crap you don’t need. Same as one would might living in the standard traditional housing. Too much open space for accommodating lager groups of people at one time..

  • Kat September 3, 2016, 4:19 am

    Wow this is gorgeous! And Goshen is close enough I could go see one for myself!

  • Anna M September 3, 2016, 12:34 pm

    Stunning! Did I miss the price?

  • Joyce Davenport September 4, 2016, 11:55 am

    I love the white which makes it seem bigger and brighter. Agree office rather than bar and wine cooler. Not dark gray counters and back splash. Sixth person to ask for price?

  • Nanci September 5, 2016, 9:06 am

    We have a very old park model in a mountain campground. It’s my happy place. But this new one would solve two of the problems of old park models– no storage space, and no place for guests to sleep. The loft (I would go for a double loft model) solves those problems. We currently sleep guests on a very comfy queen sleep sofa, but they can’t go to bed until we do, and there’s no place for us to sit in the mornings if we get up first. Someday we will upgrade, and it WILL be to a Kropf!

  • Tom September 13, 2016, 4:06 pm

    I like this one, even though with the wet bar it seems like “a lot of kitchen” in this tiny house. One thing is, they never showed the bath, or how one gets up to that loft area. I”m assuming there are stairs there, but they never show it. Curious……

  • Brent November 14, 2016, 6:14 pm

    I love it. But am I the only one not seeing any pictures of the bathroom?

    • Natalie Natalie November 16, 2016, 7:39 am

      Hi Brent — Sorry there aren’t any :( — Tiny House Talk Team

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