Take a peek inside this 2016 Canterbury park model and see what's got buyers' hearts soaring

Canterbury RV has just rolled out its new 2016 Parkvue park model RV, and it's got tongues everywhere wagging. The pristine exterior and broad bay windows are enough to send anyone's heart aflutter, but it's not until you get inside that the real magic begins.
Canterbury has three main park models; two of them are cottages (Parkvue and Bayview), and the third is the Select cabin. The Parkvue was the most impressive by far, and it's currently listed on RV Trader for a pricey $58,870. Before you write it off as being too expensive, check out all the upgrades and features that make this home one of a kind.
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The lovely open plan brings light in from several windows hanging over the living room, which contains a comfy sofa that stands in front of the large bay windows. The shutters are made of wood to make them more durable; it's a nice change from plastic.
The kitchen has exquisite granite countertops and cherry wood cabinets for a rich, earthy tone. The lighting stays bright with two overhanging kitchen lamps, as well as tall windows and a vaulted ceiling to make the room feel more spacious.
The bedroom is a modest size, but it's big enough for a queen-size bed and small entertainment center. Two granite-topped nightstands and paired lamps will make you feel right at home as you settle down with some light reading before bed.
The bathroom contains a minimalist toilet and half-shower. It can get cramped for some, but the small bathroom is made up for by this park model's gigantic loft. Because of the space used above, this park model can sleep a whopping ten people! 
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If you're living with only one other person or just vacationing here alone, you could convert the upstairs loft into the master bedroom and keep the one downstairs for a guest room. However you choose to use the space, this park model presents many opportunities for buyers to put their mark on this modern and trendy retreat.
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