Land Ark Draper RV Cabin

Nov 5, 2018

Category: Living

At this point, just about everyone has heard of the tiny house trend — there are even multiple TV shows about it. And that makes it hard for individual homes to really stand out against the crowded arena. But it’s certainly not a problem for Land Ark and their remarkably gorgeous Draper tiny cabin.

Featuring an asymmetrical silhouette reminiscent of the best parts of mid-century design, this stunning towable tiny home is truly one of the best pre-fabs we’ve ever laid eyes upon. And that’s not just because of the stark contrast of its black exterior against the natural wood interior or even because it boasts a drawbridge-style collapsible hardwood deck. It’s also because there’s a full galley — with a deep stainless steel sink, two-burner stove, oven, and storage cabinetry — a fully-featured bathroom with a standalone shower, a dining area that transforms into a guest bed, and a large main sleeping loft. If you’re looking to downsize your living situation, there are few, if any ways to do it quite as classy and effectively as this. Pricing is set at $144,900.

Purchase: $144,900

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