Sedona Park Model Tiny House by Clayton Homes in Flat Rock, NC
This cute Park Model cottage with an addition has two bedrooms, plus a loft. The bathroom has normal-sized fixtures and the kitchen is practical. It is in Flat Rock, North Carolina, all set up and ready to move in.
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Sedona Park Model by Clayton Homes
2 Beds 1 Bath Park Model in Flat Rock, NC
534 square feet – $230,000
MOVE-IN READY low maintenance TINY HOME near downtown Hendersonville, NC. Your 534 square-foot Sedona by Clayton Homes has a fully landscaped corner lot, covered porch and 2-car gravel parking. Metal roof, no-rot Trex decking and Hardie siding, plus Mitsubishi mini split AC units. Cottage styling with vaulted ceilings, 10×14′ master bedroom addition (fits queen or king bed!), loft with 41″ high ceiling, and custom storage throughout. Paid one-year pest control plan with termite bond. 50″ wall-mount smart TV included. Power-recline leather loveseat negotiable. Gated tiny home community with pool, fire pit, laundry, dog park and clubhouse. Lot lease includes water/sewer, trash, internet/cable and lawn care. Community allows pets and STRs. Background check required by community to buy.
Sedona by Clayton Homes Park Model Tiny House in Flat Rock, NC
The house has two parking spaces. It is on a corner lot. It has Hardie Board siding and Trex decking.
There is a small front porch. The porch gives it a cottage look.
With both of the glass french doors open, the porch becomes part of the living area.
According to the Sedona plans on the Clayton Homes website, the living room is 10′ 7″ by 9′ 7″. You can see the plan at the bottom of this page.
The original house is 11’4″ wide. There is an addition through that doorway to the left.
The kitchen has plenty of storage and counter space. I love that yellow fridge!
The stairs lead to a 12’6″ x 10’3″ loft that is 41″ high.
There is a mini split AC in every room.
The plan shows a washer and dryer in this closet. The development has laundry facilities available.
This is the kitchen plan.
Big enough. I’ve lived in a lot of places with less practical kitchens.
They are using the original bedroom as an office.
There is a closet in this bedroom, but it is really small. There are plenty of windows and natural light.
The bathroom is right off the original bedroom.
This is the bathroom. It is through the whole house pretty much from the new master bedroom, but since the entire house is so small, I don’t really see a problem.
The whole left side is the master bedroom addition.
The addition is 10′ x 14′. It has another door to outside.
It has windows on three walls. The closet takes up a lot of the space. That door opens into the living room, right by the bar.
They customized the closet with shelves, drawers and rods.
This is the plan of the original Tiny House before the additions. It is 394 square feet. The addition brings it up to 534 square feet.
Tiny House Communities in Flat Rock, North Carolina
In 2018 we read about a campground that was being turned into a Tiny House Community, The Village at Flat Rock. They were having an open house and we went out to take a look.
When this house showed up on Facebook Marketplace, I thought it was one of the houses we had seen at the Open House, but it’s not.
The Tiny House Community we saw is sure not tiny any more. It has expanded and this house is in a neighborhood across the South Orchard Road from The Village at Flat Rock. The sign says it is The Hamlet of Simple Life. It is a Gated Tiny Home Community.
When we toured back in 2018 there were a few Tiny Towables there, but most were Park Models. There is still a small area with the camper-style hookups for the towable tiny homes. But, the area for the relatively larger Park Model houses has really grown.
The left side of the road is what we toured when it was less than half the size. This house is in the newer part, on the right side of the road.