Park Model Homes is one tiny house company we cannot get enough of. And we are head-over-heels for their brand-new Champion Athens 528-Mono-Slope. While this house shares many features in common with others from Park Model Homes, it sports an unusual and distinctive roof design.
Given that the camera is angled a little in this shot, you might not notice what makes the roof so unique … but you can’t miss it in the next photo.
Mono-sloped roofs are not unusual, but how often do you see one that slopes from side to side like this? It gives the home a very striking appearance, immediately distinguishing it from pretty much everything else out there.
You’ll also notice that the roofline is higher in the middle of the house. That extra height provides room for the home’s loft. If you wanted an extended loft, you could choose a version of this house that has that higher roofline extending all the way back.
The eight-foot front porch offers a comfortable spot to set out a chair or two to enjoy the fresh air. The rebar railing makes for a minimalist look that also gives you a fairly unobstructed view of your surroundings compared to more traditional railings.
The sloped angle of the roof would do a good job shedding precipitation. So, if you will be in an area that gets a lot of snowfall or rainfall, this roof will serve you well.
The stately columns give the front porch an elegant look.
The dark blue paint and contrasting white trim make for an appealing aesthetic. But you can choose a finish that suits your preferences. As you will see momentarily, the window here in the back of the house makes for a nice flow of daylight through the interior.
Stepping inside, we are greeted by a roomy space with high ceilings. The slant of the ceiling over the loft as seen in this shot makes for a wonderfully modern appearance, complemented nicely by the rebar railing.
The kitchen includes a wet bar with a stainless steel wine cooler. Beautiful countertops and cabinets on both sides of the house offer ample room for cooking. The snack bar that you see in front includes some convenient open storage space as well. If you don’t like the variable heights between the main counter area and the snack bar, it is possible to have them at the same height.
As I mentioned before, you can now appreciate how light flows through the entire home, clear to the back.
In fact, the many big windows in Park Model Homes is one of the reasons we love them!
You will notice that the entertainment center is artfully recessed in the living room. The cabinetry and countertop for the entertainment center are a match for what is in the kitchen. It is large enough to accommodate a TV screen as wide as 55 inches.
This shot of the living room allows you to take in the beauty of the shiplap ceiling with its unique slanted angle and lovely moulding. You can also appreciate just how much natural light enters the living room and kitchen through the big windows.
The kitchen features a beautiful backsplash as well as a gorgeous stainless steel farmhouse sink with a high faucet.
Here is a closer look at the wet bar with the stainless steel wine cooler.
Now, let’s go ahead and venture further into the home to explore the bathroom. As you can see, there is some extra counter space above the toilet, and room to install shelving next to the mirror if you want. The sink features a stunning backsplash.
The window in the bathroom can open if you want. This isn’t a common feature in a tiny house, but it is a very valuable one. Controlling moisture in such a small space can be a challenge, especially without proper ventilation. Moisture can be trapped in many tiny house bathrooms but should air out of this one with ease.
Here is the 54’ shower featuring glass doors and a recessed ceiling to accommodate taller users. While the walls may look like distressed wood at a glance, they are actually tile, allowing for easy cleaning.
While most tiny houses only have room for an all-in-one stacked washer/dryer combo, here there was enough space to accommodate stacked separate washer and dryer units.
Let’s head upstairs to take a look at the loft in this beautiful park model home.
The loft features upgraded carpet padding; you can choose from a wide variety of colors for that as well as the railing.
You could easily fit another bed up here if you wanted to use the loft as a second bedroom, or it could serve as a flex space or storage zone.
Stepping through the pocket door that leads into the downstairs master bedroom, you can appreciate the impressive amount of storage space available in the two closets as well as above them. There is room on top of the chest of drawers in the middle for a 32” TV.
Shiplap walls give this room the same classic, homey vibe as the rest of the house.
The bedroom, like the rest of the home, features a sloped ceiling.
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These are the sliding barn doors that go over the closets. Like pocket doors, barn doors help to save space in tiny houses. They also contribute a pleasing rustic element to the ambiance of your home.
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We hope you enjoyed touring the Champion Athens 528-Mono-Slope with its unique side-sloped roof as much as we did! If you want to make this house your own, visit Park Model Homes or give Joey Nelson a call at 888-222-2699. Please mention that you found out about this house at itinyhouses.com.