The Ocoee tiny might not enable much traveling since it's a certified park model, but it can still relocate if you need to. Park model tiny homes are tiny homes whose dimensions exceed those you can tow without special permits in most countries. They're still towable, but within certain limits or with extra permissions, which imply added costs, more bureaucracy, and an overall bigger effort to move around.
What the Ocoee lacks in movability, it makes up for with extra spaciousness. The tiny is designed as a family-friendly unit, with sleeping accommodation for as many as four people, all the creature comforts of a home, and plenty of space to move around. You won't find here the cramped, overcrowded sensation you get in most tinies, but a larger, airier space basked in natural light.
The house sits on a triple-axle DOT-approved trailer and is 30 feet (9.1 meters) in total length, 10 feet (3 meters) wide, and 14 feet (4.2 meters) high. It features a double-loft configuration, offering a total living area of 457 square feet (42.5 square meters) across all spaces and the possibility to customize each of them to your liking. It's not only more versatile in styling than a regular tiny house but also considerably larger.
Access to both lofts is done by means of storage-integrating staircases, a rather space-consuming solution that has the benefit of extra storage. You can do without a lot of things when you have a family, but storage is not among them – and Ocoee acknowledges this fact.
Neither bedroom loft has standing height, but they have instead a lowered platform on which you can stand and change clothes without bumping your head. Downsizing also means compromising on lots of things, if you didn't know already.
The living room can be further customized to include a home office, or you can keep it as-is, with just the storage-integrating couch framed on both sides by the large picture window for a more minimalist styling.
Speaking of style, the Ocoee has plenty of it, and it's all thanks to the premium finishes and a beautiful design. You get hardwood floors with beautiful wood cabinetry, painted shiplap or smooth panel walls, and large double-glazed fiberglass windows and doors. On paper, it might not sound like Ocoee is a noteworthy tiny house, but in photos, it reveals itself as a colorful, cozy, and uncluttered space that's only waiting for its forever family to hit the road with.
Described as "ideal for those who want to maximize capacity and function with a smaller footprint," the Ocoee starts at $118,200, which positions it as a premium-level model. Downsizing might have all those advantages mentioned above, but affordability is still not among them. Unless you choose to downsize with a DIY (do it yourself) type of mobile home, tiny or not.