Friday, September 23, 2016

What is a park model mobile home?

We know you love your RV. After all, it's your home on wheels! But if you are a seasonal RV camper, those quarters might get a little cramped. If you return to the same park year after year, it might be time to think about buying a park model home.

For seasonal vacationers, these homes are some of the best kept secrets on the market. But what is a park model home? These homes are often around 400 square feet with a full bathroom, kitchen with all appliances, bedroom, living-dining rooms complete with furniture and plenty of storage. It offers RVers the comforts of home, but at a more manageable size.

Park models may look like smaller manufactured homes, but they are actually titled and registered just like an RV.These homes are built according to national safety standards and their design and small size make them perfect for recreational, vacation and seasonal use.

Many park model homeowners in Florida also have a screened-in porch that creates extra living space. With Florida's year-round great weather, it's a nice place to spend the evenings enjoying friends and family. Some homes also have large patios, decks, outdoor grills, fire pits, and storage sheds. Depending on how you buy your home, you can usually have the option to add customization.

These homes sell from anywhere between $20,000-200,000 brand new. There's always the option to purchase a used home or to rent a home. Whatever option you choose, park model homes are a great addition to any seasonal RVers vacation. Once you find the perfect RV resort, all you need is a little space to call home.

Like the home pictured? This park model mobile home is available at Fiesta Grove RV Resort. Learn more about this beautiful home before it's gone.






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