Efficient one bedroom with porch will make Mother-In-Law feel at home
The Pacific Loft 399, is a Park Model tiny cabin on wheels. The Pacific is another example of how to efficiently use 399 square feet of space, which is the amount of space allowed by ANSI 119.5 and the national standard for a park model home. A nice feature of the Pacific cabin building is the laundry area that is not in the bedroom. This wood cabin design is very similar to the Classic Double Loft but doesn't have a bayed front end that leads to the porch, making it easier for the team to build, which in turn allows customers to save some money. The Pacific has all the same great features as the Classic Double Loft and makes for comfortable living. The Pacific is built to hook up to your existing septic system. The exterior height of the Pacific is 15 feet by 10 inches, with a width of 13 feet 10 inches and 40 feet in length. The loft has 4 feet 6 inches in head room. The total square footage is 396 square feet.
Some of the standard features in the Pacific tiny cabin on wheels is R19 floor insulation, factory trusses rated for your location, R-30 ceiling insulation and laminate flooring on the main level. The Pacific has carpet in the loft, double pane low energy efficient windows, hickory cabinets, stairs accessing the loft, wooden interior wall and ceiling coverings, two coats of lacquer wall and ceiling and all wood Oregon style trim. Inside there is laminate countertops, a one piece 60 by 32-inch fiberglass tub/shower, recessed lighting, and a ceiling fan in the living room. There is a seven-foot cedar deck, with a sliding door to deck, 30-inch gas or electric range, a range hood and a 14.4 cf 28-inch wide fridge. The exterior of the Pacific tiny cabin on wheels has cedar lap exterior siding and trim stained cedar tone. The Pacific has electric heat, a 50 amp RV power cord with 120 amp main panel service box and fully wired to NEC. Options include bed projection with storage, a laundry center, laminate flooring, hardwood, carpet or vinyl. For siding, you can choose log, smart panel lap siding which is painted or cedar lap. Window panes, roofing color, tongue on the porch end, and on-demand propane or electric water heater. Other options include air conditioning; propane RV forced air furnace, wood stove, propane radiant heat which is vented to the wall, dishwasher, patio door to the porch, Microwave/range hood and special appliances available in either black or stainless steel. Other options include 30 amp RV cord, holding tanks, split the black and gray water.
Rich's Portable Cabins can also build off-grid wood cabins. They can install inverters with built-in chargers and batteries. For off-grid wood cabins, solar panels can go on the roof or mounted onto a pole in the ground that can then be turned to follow the sun. Composting toilets, along with water tanks, holding tanks are all possible with their wood cabins, but not necessarily practical when dealing with some of the wider floor plans. As for portable wood cabins that can be pulled with your vehicle, some of the smaller cabins such as the Camp Cabin may be pulled with you own pick up truck, but they advise against it because the wood cabins are wide and bulky. The tongue weight on the larger wood cabins can be as much as 5000 pounds. Although the eight wide models are designed to be moved with your vehicle.
You will find the Pacific tiny cabin on wheels on the Rich Portable Cabins site. On the site, you will find a variety of park model home designs, tiny house designs, tiny cabins on wheels, portable wood cabins and more. **
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