When thinking of different types of home designs to live in, park model cabins may suit your budget and needs. Park models are available in a variety of styles to suit your lifestyle and needs, and you might be surprised at just how far these home designs have come. Park model home designs also give the owner plenty of space and all of the comforts of home in a compact floor plan, so they are especially great for people who are first-time home-owners or for people who want to downsize, and of course, those who would like a second home. Usually, park models will be about 400 square feet in size, and the park model floor plans include a living room, kitchen, bathroom and at least one bedroom. More space can also be added to the park model homes, and some of them include loft areas, outdoor decks and storage spaces. When the park model unit is parked, you can build a good sized deck and also use the space underneath the deck as extra storage for tools and outdoor gear. Some park model homeowners also build sunrooms onto their home design, or a screened in porch to help keep out the bugs in the summertime.
People who are looking to buy a pre-existing park model home that’s already in a community will find that purchasing their park model will be easier than buying a regular home. They won’t have to pay property taxes since it’s a land lease situation. Also, for most park home communities, it’s very easy to sell your park model home when it comes the time, plus, you will gain the appreciation value the longer that you live in it.
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