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Townsend Park Model Cottage at ‘Exclusive’ Tiny Living Community

The Townsend is a park model cottage at Wildwood Resort on Lake Whatcom.

In another post.

Where I showed you the tiny cottages there.

And all of the amenities they have.

But if we’re talking about design..

And living simply and comfortably long-term.

Then you might just need a little bit more space (a Park Model)…

So I thought something like this might be what some of you looking for instead of tiny.

Townsend Park Model Cottage

It has an upstairs balcony/rooftop terrace, fireplace, deck, water views, and more, check it out and I’d love to read your thoughts in the comments below on park models versus tiny:

Unfortunately I don’t have any interior photos to share with you but you can see the floor plan below:

Townsend Floor Plan


Related: Wildwood Lakefront Tiny Cottage Community

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  • Selene Hill
    August 7, 2014, 2:49 pm

    Don’t discount the floor plan. The homes being featured are on prime, and I do mean PRIME, lakefront property in a resort area (if you know this area, you know what I mean). The location and amenities are about 1/2 the selling price. Also, due to the area, they probably contain many high-end upgrades (premium appliance and fixtures, etc). I love the layout and can see so many possibilities with anything from Craftsman bungalow to Victorian features. I think you could build a similar floor plan modestly for a very reasonable cost. Especially, if you use reclaimed materials. I would love to know the actual sq Ft, but I would guess close to 500-600 sq Ft (not including the decks). If you’re not going to move it, you could go a little bigger. I could really see myself in something like this.

  • Nancy Sadewater
    October 29, 2014, 8:23 pm

    I agree with Selene Hill, the floor plan is great. Tiny is too small for me even though I do love looking at them. Being practical I know I would need something like this so I could have my sewing studio and still have space comfortably for company. The location attributes alot to the cost of this one and I am sure it could be built for less cost doing it yourself. This floor plan is a keeper in my dream file.

  • Kerry
    May 13, 2015, 8:47 pm

    With all the “luxury” and amenities it always amazes me no washer and dryer. Right under the stairs would be a perfect fit for an Asko brand set. Regardless of a community washteria I need this “luxury”.

  • Lindsey
    May 16, 2015, 7:40 pm

    These tiny cottages are brilliantly designed and fit perfectly into the gorgeous Washington landscape .!!

  • Kristina H Nadreau
    October 26, 2015, 11:46 am

    Good housing. Reasonable price. small house living, not Tiny. Most people do not choose to live in less than 400 sq ft if they can possibly afford an alternative. The truly Tiny houses are a very small market niche, whereas the small house market is growing.

  • Rebecca Jackson
    May 1, 2016, 5:56 pm

    I love this model. It’s like cozy cottage meets trailer meets tiny. I would love to build this in Indiana!

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