See the customization potential of the luxurious Heritage Lodge Cabin series

If you’d like one of the most customizable park model home cabins around, you’ll want to check out the Heritage Lodge Cabin series from Park Model Homes, which has been building park model cabins for 30 years. The series comes with 19 floor plans from which to choose.  
Some floor plans come in the common park model home layout. A living room sits off to the left, which leads into a kitchen. A bathroom sits between the kitchen and the bedroom. Variants place the bathroom right next to the bedroom so both are far to the left, the bathroom across from the kitchen, the kitchen to the right side of everything, the kitchen more or less open to the living room or the bathroom back behind the bedroom, among other options. The key with this model is its sheer customization, meaning any space could belong to any desired home.  
Standard exterior features of these models include Thermopane windows, a rear door with a deadbolt and wood-styled vinyl siding or optional log siding.     
Full-wall windows in the particular model shown above allow for plenty of natural light to come in. The knotted wood interior helps residents and guests feel like they’re getting the full cabin experience. 
The home boasts custom-built cabinets with solid wood fronts. Several models allow the kitchen to have a wraparound countertop, like in the photo, which is perfect for setting out snacks for quests. The models come with a full-sized oven, microwave and refrigerator. The deluxe range has auto ignition. 
Sleeping quarters can be highly customized. A popular feature is a hide-a-bed sofa or futon, like in the photo. The bunk beds are perfect for children who are visiting. 
This photo shows a more standard bedroom space, which can fit a queen-sized bed.  The mirror closet doors help the space look twice as big as it is. Set-in cabinets offer plenty of storage. 
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