2015 Modern Manufactured Home Showcases the Future of Tiny Homes

Tiny homes have come a long way. Long gone are the days where anything under 900 square feet felt cramped and was frowned upon by most potential homeowners. Those days are over, as mobile homeowners can transform mobile homes into masterpieces like this 2015 modern manufactured home located in one of our all-time favorite areas, Paradise Cove in Malibu California.

Even the listing sounds amazing: 
Incredibly updated Paradise Cove Beach House with extreme attention to detail and designer touches throughout. Built in 2015 with a contemporary design composed of rusted corrugated metal and smooth stucco. Open interior offers tons of natural light complimented by white French Oak Plank flooring, reclaimed wood and custom steel finishes. Every feature has been customized for this efficient space with ample storage. 12 foot ceilings with clear story windows allowing full sun and ocean breezes. Radiant heated floors offer heating in the winter while there is also a wood burning fireplace in the living room. Caesarstone counters line the kitchen with a stainless steel Wolf Range, dishwasher and Leibherr Refrigerator. The built in breakfast nook is wrapped in artistically crafted, reclaimed metal and reclaimed woods with cowhide bench seats. Reclaimed wood barn doors offer privacy for master bedrooms as well as bathroom. Custom built ladder leads you to an upstairs storage area with ocean views. Absolutely gorgeous place in the famed Paradise Cove Beach Community. (Home Sold for $825,000)

Modern Luxury in Under 500 Square Feet

We already know that Paradise Cove is home to some of the coolest mobile homes to be found in the country, designer Rachel Ashwell’s shabby chic home is just one of the cool homes we have featured here over the years along with a Paradise Cove home that sold for over $2 million! However, we never tire of seeing the cutting edge style and design that comes from the area. This modern manufactured home is definitely no exception.

Tiny home living is all about maximizing the space you have. And this tiny home nailed it. Smaller furniture pieces, transom windows, and even mounting the flat screen t.v. are all great ways to maximize the living area.

Modern Living Room With Transom Windows
Transom windows add extra light but still give plenty of privacy.
Modern Living Room
Nice entertaining space that doesn’t feel overwhelming.
Modern Living Room With Fireplace
Small fireplace is a nice touch.

State of the Art Kitchen

Ask just about any homeowner (especially the woman) what is the most important feature in a home and they will typically respond with the kitchen. They want lots of cabinets and plenty of counter space. This kitchen delivers all that and more. From the state of the art appliances to the edgy breakfast area, we love it all.

Modern Kitchen Appliance
Stainless steel appliances add to the appeal of this state of the art kitchen.
Modern Kitchen
Under cabinet wine storage is genius.
Modern Breakfast Nook
The breakfast nook is wrapped in metal!
Modern Breakfast Nook Closeup
Plenty of light to enjoy a nice meal.

Attention to Detail Continues Throughout this Modern Manufactured Home

Simple and streamlined are the two words best to describe this modern manufactured home. The use of reclaimed wood for the bedroom and bath are a nice contrast to the edgy look of the home. And, as I’m sure you have already noticed, barn doors are becoming a common way to create a cool look in a room as well as save space.

Modern Manufactured Home Hallway
Heated floors run throughout the home.
Modern Bedroom With Transom Windows
Barn doors are a great way to maximize space.
Modern Bathroom Vanity
Reclaimed wood helps to continue the cool look the home is going for.
Modern Bathroom Shower
The builders definitely didn’t skimp on the shower.

At first glance of this home, you can already tell that it is going to offer something more than just a traditional tiny home. Smooth lines and mute colors make this modern manufactured home fit for the cover of a magazine.

Modern Manufactured Home Exterior
The exterior previews the modern look you will find inside.

This tiny home is just one of the many different options that are available to today’s home buyer. As real estate becomes harder to come by, we are sure to see people turning more towards the tiny home movement for their forever homes, whether it be new families or older couples looking to downsize.

As always, thanks for reading Mobile Home Living.

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Kim Alley
Kim Alley

Kim Alley has been a part of Mobile Home Living since 2017 and has written over 300 articles for the site.

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