Five Adorable Small and Tiny Home Models We Love

Tiny Home

Since Tiny Homes have become all the rage, many of the manufactured home builders have added small and tiny home models to their lineup.

Some officially fit under the “tiny home model” name, while others are Park Model RVs. (Read more about the differences.) These tiny home models may be small on space, but are packed with modern conveniences. Additionally, they make great guesthouses and vacation homes. That said, here are a few of the small and tiny home models that caught our eye!

Champion Homes, Athens Park Deluxe 604

Champion Homes Park Deluxe

Champion Homes homes was founded in 1953 and is one of the most storied manufactured home builders in America. In addition to larger, standard sized homes, they build the Athens Park Model RVs. These adorable models come in coastal, rustic and traditional styles. Many of the designs offer a loft above the kitchen – large enough for a guest to sleep. Because they also offer additional porches on the front, and back, of these models – you can enjoy the great outdoors as well!

Model Details:

Square Footage: 399
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1Interior of park model RV Athens 604
External Dimensions: 12×35

Athens Park Deluxe Features

  • Rolled-form counter tops
  • USB ports
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Optional wine chiller
  • Optional stainless steel appliances
  • Desk area
  • Room for stackable washer and dryer
  • Optional front and back porches

Floor plan Athens Park Model


Legacy Homes, Tiny Home Model LTD 1234-32A

Legacy Tiny Guest Home ModelLegacy Homes LTD prides itself in building affordable, well-built manufactured homes. The company has created a series of Tiny Homes models, including this “tiny guest house”. Because the 1234-32A features 399 square feet of living space, with three Bedrooms and two bathrooms, it’s a great little model!

Model Details:

Square footage: 399
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
External dimensions: 12×44
Model year: 2018

Tiny Guesthouse Standard FeaturesInterior of the Legacy tiny guest house

  • Factory select wallboards, counter tops, cabinets and flooring
  • Smart panel siding
  • 30-gauge steel coated metal roof
  • Vinyl thermal-pane windows
  • Decorative residential vinyl wall boards (not paper)
  • Rolled-form countertops with bullnose edgefronts and integrated backsplash
  • Decorative valances throughout
  • Mini-blinds throughout
  • Hidden cabinet door hinges
  • Raised panel interior doors with metal knobs
  • Steel out-swing front door
  • Glued-down tile flooring throughout home
  • Stainless-steel kitchen sink
  • Exterior GFI receptacle

See more photos of this home and others in the Tiny Home series on the Legacy Homes website.

Floor plan, Tiny Home Model

Clayton Homes Low Country

Tiny Home Models - Low Country by Clayton Homes

The Low Country tiny home allows you to embrace minimalism without giving up the modern home features you crave, such as top-of-the-line home appliances, aluminum-clad wood windows optimized for energy efficiency, 7-inch oak hardwood flooring, beautiful quartz counter tops and more. Although The Low Country is currently available only in Alabama and Tennessee, Clayton anticipates it being available in other states soon.

Model Details:

Square footage: 464
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1

Low Country FeaturesInterior of the Low Country

  • Premium cedar shake shingles
  • Time-tested, all-natural poplar bark siding
  • Sleeping accommodations for up to four
  • Energy efficient French doors
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Three walls of windows in living space make for 270 degrees of view
  • Open cathedral ceilings at living room and master bedroom
  • Built in bar dining seats four
  • Queen size bed at master with full-height closet storage and a built-in desk


Low Country illustration and floor plan


Rustic Skyline Park Model RV

Skyline Park Models – 1922CT

Skyline produces a wide range of park models with prices to fit most budgets. Since the Skyline park models are temporary quarters built on a frame, they are generally used in resort or vacation locations. Most noteworthy, though, is that they enjoy the same benefits of efficiency and quality as single-section and multi-section manufactured homes. In addition, the Skyline Park Models are available in a number of different styles to fit your taste.

Model Details:

Square Footage: 420
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1

Interior Skyline Park Model

Exterior Dimensions: 35×12

Park Model 1922CT Features

  • All weather exterior siding
  • Vinyl windows
  • Residential appliances
  • Upgraded flooring
  • Hardwood cabinet doors
  • Optional alternate wardrobe

Skyline floor plan


Palm Harbor Homes Waverly LS15471A

Exterior and porch WaverlyPalm Harbor Homes has been in business for more than 30 years. The company has a reputation for being an innovator in design and construction of manufactured homes. Because The Waverly Model is slightly larger, it is not technically a “tiny home model”. But this cottage-styled home with its optional porch was too cute to exclude! This one-bedroom model is available in Florida and Arizona.

Model Details:

Square footage: 555
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Exterior dimensions: 37×15

Waverly Features

  • Utility area for stackable washer/dryerInterior small home Waverly
  • Dining area
  • Living room
  • Slider door
  • Full linen storage across from bathroom
  • Large closet
  • USB charging ports
  • Optional front porch

Waverly Floor Plan

In conclusion, if you are looking for a small space with big charm, manufactured homes have a lot offer! Because these manufacturers know how to build beautiful homes, you are sure to get a winner with any of these lovely models. Most of all, these models offer customer options in an adorable package.


    • Hi Charlene,
      We do not build or manufacture these homes, we are just highlighting some of the exciting models out there from 5 different manufacturers. Each one has a link to the home builder, or I put them directly in a comment to Katherine who asked a similar question. Most of these builders offer several different floor plans, so I suggest you contact them directly.

  1. Hello how much do these Tiny Homes cost? Can they be placed in a mobil home park or do I need to buy some land and place it on that? Would I be able too to tow it on tha back of my 2002 Honda Civic EX? Or would I need to sell car buy truck? I’d rather keep car.
    How would I get to water inside for dishes washer or shower or tub?? Is it solar panel for heat and lights electricity etc? Also how do watch Tv ?? This is all new too me I’m sorry I have so many questions.

    If i contacted these companies would they send me any magazines/ information packets on them?? What’s the maximum size they make? Can you create a custom made one or possibly add onto one??

    Please let me know.

    Thank You,
    Gina Culverwell & 4-BY ( my turtle)

    • Hi Gina, we understand! There are a lot of questions to be answered. Yes, if you did a web search on some of the makers of these homes you like, I’m certain they would be happy to provide you literature and answer some of your questions. Typically, manufactured home communities won’t allow a “tiny home”. MH communities need something that’s been approved by HUD, and tiny homes are largely unregulated. However, some communities take RVs, and some tiny homes could work if you found the right property. You also could look at park models. But primarily tiny homes today are used on private land or in the few designated tiny home villages popping up around the country. As for towing, you’re going to need something with more torque than a Civic. Thank you for reading and for posting!!

  2. […] Champion Home Builders began in 1953 in a small town in Michigan. Since that time, they have become one of the top builders of manufactured and modular homes and buildings. They have 28 facilities located throughout North America. Indeed, their manufactured, modular and mobile homes, park models and commercial modular buildings can be found all around the United States and western Canada. In fact, we featured one of their homes recently in an article about Tiny Homes. […]

  3. How do sell older mobile home when you have big 100,000 homes being built on next block? Mine is a 1994 1000 square. Ft. No comparing! Help


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