Az Used Park ModelsPre-Owned Tiny Homes
Used Park Models
Important Please Read:
We sell previously owned park models that are in good condition at a fair price.
Please note the following policies that we have:
We do not finance.
We do not deliver or set up.
We do not transport.
We do not sell double wides or 2 bedroom mobile homes.
We only specialize in 12x34, 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 399 sq ft park model units.
We show by appointment only.
We do not take trades.
The park models are located in Yuma, Arizona.
You will need to travel to Yuma, Arizona to physically view (by appointment only) a park model.
You will need to compute transport costs from Yuma, to your location @ $9 per mile.
You will need to contract with the mobile home transport trucking firm directly.
You can Google “mobile home hauler” for a transport trucking firm that will service your area.
We sell park models, as is, where is.
Park Model Pricing examples are as follows:
1987 Kensington $18900 SOLD
1987 Chaparel $18900 SOLD
1987 Fuqua $19900
1987 Castle $17900 SOLD
1987 Layton $16900 SOLD
1985 Cavco $19900
1994 Imperial $21900 SOLD
1990 Kensington $20900 SOLD
What is a Park Model?
A Park model is a Tiny Home, manufactured and sold primarily to second home owners that want a vacation or winter home where they can go and enjoy. By law, a park model cannot be more than 400 square feet in size.
Most Park model homes have been lived in on average of only 3 months a year. That’s why the older homes look and are in very good to excellent condition.
New Park Model owners;
When the owners of new park models are ready to settle down to their primary home, they will, in turn, sell their park model.
We buy these well kept and clean homes and resell them to those that are in the market for a more affordable home as a “Mother Inlaw” or even a second rental property.
Buy a park model as a long term investment. A park model offers the comfort of a real home that is practical and fully functional. These beautiful gently used park models are priced to sell.
Each park model we offer for sell has been carefully selected, often purchased from originally retired owners. They have been maintained and kept up each year.
Arizona is a top snowbird destination. As an oasis in the desert, living in a park model is a prudent way to minimize your monthly expenditures and enjoy a lifestyle that is both affordable and comfortable.
Three out of four seasons of the year Arizona is extremely temperate. During the summer, (with only 400 sq ft.) a park model is easily air-conditioned to suit your own desired temperature zone.
A Park Model is an excellent investment utilized as a second home or primary retirement home.
Call or email us for more information. Let us know how we can be of service to you in selecting a park model home for your needs.
Wheels and axels mounted. Ready to Move to your lot!
Size: 396 SQ. FT. / 12 x 38
Many are offered Fully Furnished
Each used park model features a spacious closet, counter, and storage space.
AC/Heat pump optional
Some units are all electric, others use propane for the stove and heat.
Park model trailers, although considered recreational vehicles, are transportable and primarily designed for long-term or permanent placement at a destination where an RV or mobile home is allowed. When set up, park models are connected to the utilities necessary to operate home style fixtures and appliances. Park models are popular with people for use as a cottage, vacation or retirement home.
In the United States, park models must remain under 400 square feet (37 m2) to qualify as a recreational vehicle under federal and state laws. In Canada, park models must remain under 540 square feet in order to qualify as a recreational vehicle. Over that size they would be considered a manufactured home and subject to different taxes and regulations. Many units feature slide-out or tip-out bays, which collapse into the unit for travel, and then expand outward when parked to increase overall living space. All floor plans are designed to remain under that limit when adding bays. If buyers want to stretch a plan, then the width may need to be narrowed. If they want to widen a plan, then the length has to be shortened.
A park model usually has steel tie-down straps for attachment to ground anchors. These are often required to satisfy local zoning and/or mobile home park regulations.
Standard campers without fresh water and/or holding tanks are often mistakenly identified as park models. Source is from, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Park_model