From the outside, this charming park model looks like a smaller version of a conventional home with big, beautiful windows and even a glass sliding door off of which you could eventually build a deck.
Inside, is an open floor plan and updated feel. The kitchen is open to the living space and is decked out in new appliances and modern finishes. The bedrooms are spacious and feel so homey that you might just forget you're inside a small park model.
The living room is wide open, with shiny hardwood floors and expansive windows. With all that natural light and tall ceilings, it's easy to feel comfortable in this otherwise tiny space.
Off the living room is the large kitchen and dining space. The sink pokes out as a bit of a peninsula separating the two spaces while keeping the flow open and airy.
Plenty of cabinets and counter space and a dining hutch offer lots of storage for pantry items. Imagine cozying up at that dining set with the morning paper and a cup of coffee!
Here, you get a better view of the updated kitchen with its large sink in front of the window and those shiny new appliances.
The cabinets and countertops have wood and stone finishes that are neutral yet modern, making this space feel high-end.
You got a peek at the loft before with the open living plan, but here you can see it up close. There is a lot of space up here, with shelving, lots of windows and ample headroom.
A loft rarely feels as open and tall as this one. It's easy to imagine setting up an office or even another bedroom in this very usable space.
Finally, there's the master retreat. Its built-in closets offer enough room to store both summer and winter wardrobes.
The bedroom is the same as the rest of the home in that it appeals with natural light, neutral tones, and a modern but cozy feel. There's a big bed to kick back and relax on, plus plenty of space to move around and get ready in the morning. Bedrooms like this make you forget you're in a park model at all.