What a great beach house!
Park Model RV Homes make a perfect beach house. Their affordability, with an average price-per-square foot well under $100, and their easy setup make Park Models a smart choice for a second home or vacation home.
This Park Model is a perfect example of the convenience and style that can be had at a fraction of the cost of a site-built home.
This home is advertised as a waterfront Key Largo rental property on Flipkey.com. For $112 a night you can stay in a detached home , and only steps from Manatee Bay. The owner describes the view:
Breathtaking views of the Manatee Bay from the
You can read more about the home here.
The interior of the Park Model is understated and tasteful. The color palette is varied but light and subtle, allowing the light to bounce around the space.
Two colors, light sage green and cream are used throughout the living, dining, and kitchen areas. Bright white ceilings adds height.
Pale wood kitchen cabinets blend effortlessly into the space.
This Park Model has a layout that you often in fifth wheel campers and motor homes. The couch is situated directly in front of the kitchen. It’s a great use of space for narrow spaces.
The exterior is just as great as the interior!
Awnings provide shade and add a great decorative touch to the exterior of this Park Model Home.
A bricked outdoor space is perfect for a waterfront property.
A spectacular outdoor dining area is the cherry-on-top!
This is a great example of a stylish, affordable home.
Park Models with 400 square feet or less of living space are usually classified and taxed as a recreational vehicle throughout the nation. Most states limit their use to campgrounds or undeveloped private property. This classification makes the homes best suited for a small hunting cabin or vacation home, not full-time or permanent living.
Still, there’s a place for Park Model RV homes and they are catching on. It’s safe to say that we’ll be seeing lots more!
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