Many soon-to-be retirees purchase land for their retirement home, then add one of the many available park models to complete the dream. Park Models Direct leads the park model homes industry, manufacturing homes of the highest quality, from design through construction. Retirees who choose a home from ParkModelsDirect can relax in comfort, knowing that the home will age as gracefully as they plan to in their senior years. Let’s take a look at three of the more popular park model floor plans available from the manufacturer:
Evergreen Park Model Homes – This park model has 386 square feet of space, one bedroom and one bath, making it the perfect retirement home for a couple who doesn’t want much house to maintain or a single retiree. A vaulted ceiling and an optional bump-out window make the small home seem bigger than it really is, as do special features such as a full tub and shower, which many park models do not have, and full-size GE appliances in the kitchen. The large bedroom also has a built-in desk for a computer.
Montebello Park Model Homes With Loft – A single retiree or couple who wants just enough extra room for guests can opt for this park model home. The loft addition expands upon the 378 square feet, adding sleeping space for visiting grandchildren. Designer touches are available throughout this park model, such as textured walls, brushed-chrome hardware and designer valances with mini-blinds. Baseboard molding and 18-oz. carpet completing the look.
Crescent Park Model Homes – This unusual floor plan proves perfect for single retirees who want their own space but also a friend close by. Called a duplex, this park model offers 376 square feet total, with a studio layout on each side, each with its own entrance, room to relax, sleep and dine, plus a kitchen and bathroom. Park models such as these offer independence, while also ensuring neighbors are close by when needed. This particular park model also offers multiple energy-saving features.
At ParkModelsDirect.com, home buyers will find floor plans for all models, plus complete lists of standard features and photos of the both the exterior and interior of the home. All of the manufacturer’s homes are wheel-mounted, built on a single chassis, and they comply with the rigid ANSI A119.5 building standards. Cold-climate construction features are also available for those retiring in a state requiring all-weather amenities.
To see the available models in person, home buyers can visit a conveniently located factory sales center. A complete list of centers also is available at ParkModelsDirect.com. Home buyers will find numerous customer testimonials there as well, as park models continue to grow in popularity as an alternative to site-built or park homess, due to their affordability and portability.
About the Author: Eric Steadman writes about park model homes from Park Models Direct for several trade publications. He recommends them because of their affordability and quality construction. He answers reader questions about ParkModelsDirect park models via email at [email protected].