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The Zion Park Model Tiny House by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes


This is the Zion Park Model Tiny House by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes.

It features a large covered porch that’s built right into the unit. Inside, you’ve got a full-size main-floor bedroom, full kitchen, living area, bathroom, and additional loft space with staircase access.

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Highlights

  • 520 sq. ft.
  • 399 sq. ft. on the main level, 120 sq. ft. loft, and 120 sq. ft. covered porch
  • Built-in 2019
  • 2 beds, 1 bath
  • Main floor bedroom
  • Built on a trailer
  • $95,000
  • Located in Buford, Georgia

Also See: The Juniper Tiny House by Mustard Seed Tiny Homes

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  • Avatar Marcia
    August 3, 2019, 12:57 pm

    Packing my bags now! LOVE IT!!!

  • Avatar Marcia
    August 3, 2019, 1:01 pm

    Does it come furnished? Everything fits beautifully!!! <3

  • Avatar Bill Burgess
    August 3, 2019, 5:55 pm

    The materials used are the best of what the current styles has to offer. I would love to finish out my Lighthouse Model using the same types of materials..I would of course use my “I” Wall floor plan as it has 1.5 bath & washer/dryer. Of course at twice to cost per sq.ft. of most of the market you have to add extra for utilizing materials that cost 5% more and add the extra labor costs for doing the job properly.I especially liked the use of 3″ trim around doors and windows to match cabinets and doors and even carried to the exterior with board and batten..Could be VERY Nautical/Coastal very easy with just a bit of trim and fixtures and instead of stainless, go with Navy Blue Appliances…Yes I would say this is probably a big hit I know at my http://www.tugboawilly.com site I would like to add a few of these pictures and some comments.

  • Avatar Amanda Wilcox
    August 3, 2019, 7:17 pm

    Almost perfect. But…the multitone vinyl plank floor seems too busy against the clean classic lines and finish.
    IMO, a light wood- alder, maple, yellow pine-single shade flooring would be perfect. For me. 😎 Thanks!

    • Avatar James D.
      August 4, 2019, 12:12 am

      Park Model RVs are manufactured in a factory and generally won’t offer options like real wood flooring but you can select from a variety of vinyl flooring for different appearance that can mimic the look you’re looking for…

  • Avatar Jan
    August 3, 2019, 8:00 pm

    I, perhaps oddly enough, LOVE the multitone floor..to me it adds a bit of whimsy …I really appreciate the thought put into this home..not only in overall design, but SOMEONE took the time to make it extremely LIVABLE, and user-friendly. Lovely…as a senior this is one home I could easily live in…using the 1st floor bedroom for myself [so as to 1. access the Loo and 2. avoid any ‘mishaps’ going up to the loft..- although I truly appreciate the ‘real’ stairs and handrail. The piece de la resistance for me was BUFORD, GA..:-)

  • Avatar Michael
    August 3, 2019, 9:59 pm

    It looks nice, more like a bigger version of a THOW. Like the covered porch, colors but not the floor. Bamboo in its natural color would be my choice.However, headroom at loft seems to me very little and the cluttered roof line with dormers isn’t my thing and increase cost.
    Otherwise is close to perfect.

    • Avatar James D.
      August 4, 2019, 12:45 am

      THOWs can actually be any size and can even go bigger than a Park Model RV, it just gets very expensive and much harder to move doing so…

      While one of the points of a Park Model RV is its appearance. They’re intended to look like cabins or cottages, as one of their primary usages is as drop in replacements for parks and recreational areas that because of land protection can no longer have a permanent structure on them. Also, the dormers are what allow most of the headroom in the loft and as Park Models have traditionally been used for recreational usages, the loft has typically been for kids while the bedroom is for the parents…

      They’re usually strictly built to the RV building code, which is why they are limited to being under 400 Sq Ft. Otherwise they could go bigger, but just have to switch over to the HUD code to meet residential standards. So, along with being factory built on assembly lines, are usually cheaper than Tiny Houses but built in a factory with fewer options and lower performance and building standards as the trade off.

      Mustard Seed does build tiny houses but they partnered with Stone Canyon Homes to produce this Park Model. But these are luxury class and have small level of customization. So starting price is much higher than you’d normally see for a Park Model RV… Used/old Park Models can even go for less than $30K to as low as just under $14K… But lot fees and other costs can exceed $5K a year in some parts of the country… Plus, they can’t be really moved far or often and unlike a Tiny House you generally won’t have the option to take them off their wheels and place them on a foundation as they won’t meet the requirements…

  • Avatar Sherry McLaughlin
    August 3, 2019, 10:18 pm

    Almost absolutely perfect……..do not like the flooring, it is to busy for me and the color throws it off everything else. For me, my personal touches would be to have a different color cabinets in the kitchen, a deep barn yard red on the bottom and whitish on top, and the area where the sofa faces, those big windows, turn that into a wall with a fireplace, bookcases on each side regardless of how small they are, then a TV above the fireplace……I need a TV area in the pm to sit and relax before a TV. The light fixtures above the eating area I would change into something more my stye, I do not like light bulbs glaring anywhere. And change that sink in the bathroom…….just not my style as I would prefer something more antique or country….This I would buy and just put my personal touches in it, now for the bank to say okay!

  • Avatar Darlene Smith
    August 4, 2019, 12:08 am

    Perfect….so is this only going to be available in your area?

  • Avatar Anna Lainer
    August 4, 2019, 11:32 pm

    I am in awe! How beautiful!!!! What is the cost of this tiny house?

    • Avatar Marcia S
      August 28, 2019, 3:35 pm

      Highlights
      520 sq. ft.
      399 sq. ft. on the main level, 120 sq. ft. loft, and 120 sq. ft. covered porch
      Built-in 2019
      2 beds, 1 bath
      Main floor bedroom
      Built on a trailer
      $95,000
      Located in Buford, Georgia

      • Avatar Deborah Walters Wilson
        August 29, 2019, 8:48 am

        Where in Buford is this?

  • Avatar Anne Donaldson
    August 5, 2019, 5:53 pm

    Wow!! Love it, few personal touches & I could live in this, its beautiful

  • Avatar Beth
    August 8, 2019, 8:33 pm

    Like everything BUT the floor. Looks out of place with the light interior colors.
    I like Mustard Seed Homes houses. Nice layouts and decor. Love the porches!

  • Avatar Deborah Walters Wilson
    August 15, 2019, 4:18 pm

    It’s in Buford? How do I see it, I’m in Suwanee.

  • Avatar Jody Tate
    September 26, 2019, 5:02 am

    Could u please tell me the width of the tiny house. I’m in love with this home but can no wider than 10 feet.

  • Avatar Michele
    September 30, 2019, 11:55 pm

    Love this whole place including the floor! I can’t figure where that desk is located. Anyone know?

  • Avatar Donna Rae
    October 1, 2019, 1:50 pm

    What a fabulous home! My favorite so far. FINALLY, a kitchen that makes sense with plenty of counter space! Give a kiss to the designer!!! I could live in it as is but if I could make any changes, it would be to make the window by the desk low enough so you can look outside when working there, and to add at least two or three feet to the living room area by reducing the size of the deck. Preferably it would be better to just add two or three feet to the length of the home itself and keep that wonderful deck the same size but either way, a slightly larger living room would make this the perfect little home!

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