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Urban Park Max: Luxurious Ground Floor Bedroom!

TruForm Tiny is at it again with the newest version of their luxurious park model, the Urban Park Max. This modern design is a whopping 39 feet long (and it looks like at least 10 feet wide), which gives plenty of space for a full kitchen and a spacious ground-floor bedroom with built-in storage.

Natural light floods the open-concept living and dining space from windows on all sides, and the bathroom boasts a tiled walk-in shower and a gorgeous wooden vanity. You take a flight of stairs to the loft bedroom, and just below it is the main ground-floor sleeping area. Could you live here?

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39 Ft: L-Shaped Kitchen, Open Floorplan, and Lots of Storage!

This model has a sleek flat panel exterior.

The three-paneled glass doors take you into a grand living room with huge windows.

This cleverly-designed kitchen has a bar-height island that doubles as an eating area and counter space.

Windows surround the prep space!

Plenty of cabinet space in this design.

Looking at the rest of the home.

It’s all the details that truly make a space!

The bathroom on the left side of the staircase is a clever layout option.

Walk into the tiled shower stall.

The loft bedroom gets tons of natural light.

It’s shown here with a queen-sized bed.

There’s nothing cramped about the main floor bedroom.

A wall of closets and drawers gives you storage galore.

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Introducing our latest creation, the Urban Park Model. This model stretches an impressive 39 feet in length, making it the largest urban park model built by Tru Form. Seamlessly blending urban sophistication with modern design, this home has a flat exterior and uses cedar exterior detailing that adds a touch of elegance. As you enter through the remarkable 3-panel door, you’ll immediately notice the in-house crafted table, perfect for a meal, or to use as a workspace.

The open and airy kitchen is a testament to both style and functionality. With horizontal windows that flood the space with natural light, you’ll enjoy an uplifting ambiance throughout the day. What sets this tiny home apart is its all-wood construction, ensuring a warm and welcoming atmosphere that resonates with nature. The 3-burner stovetop allows you to cook easily while open hickory shelves bring rustic charm and practicality to your kitchen.

One side of the home features high windows that provide stunning views and ample natural light, while the other side showcases lower windows that invite the outdoors in. The staircase itself is designed with clever storage solutions, enabling you to keep your space tidy and organized. Experience modern convenience with touch lighting around mirrors, streamlining your daily routines.

Stay comfortable year-round with the efficient mini split system that ensures both cooling and heating needs are met. When it comes to resting, you have the option of a queen bed in the loft or a spacious king bed in the bedroom.

To add a touch of artistic flair, the living room area features an accent wall with a captivating limewash, adding character to the space. (If you are curious on how we did the limewash, check out our instructional video on our page!)

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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