399-square-footer has everything you could want and the boldest interior décor

Modern park models often feature intelligently designed floor plans, with increasingly ingenious methods applied by manufacturers to get the most out of a living space of less than 400 square feet (37.2 square meters).
With a broad variety of variations on the market, potential buyers can search and discover the perfect arrangement to suit their individual needs. The P-539 park model by Recreational Resort Cottages and Cabins has an attractive rustic exterior and a floor plan which is a little different to other offerings on the market.
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This gorgeous alternative to a log cabin has a well-proportioned layout which includes one bedroom, a full bathroom, an inviting kitchen, and a spacious loft. Do you want to see what makes this park model different to the others? Then let's take the tour.
This quaint cabin is finished with gorgeous wood paneling to create a desirable rustic effect. The cabin is accessed via a door on the side, rather than at the front.
The living room in P-539 benefits from plenty of natural light, which is served courtesy of the majestic wall of windows.
The cathedral ceiling allows plenty of fresh air to circulate around the cabin, whilst the vertical space creates the illusion of a larger living area than the actual square footage.
The living room includes attractive built-in cabinets which are ideal for storing your personal items.
The cabin is finished with a gorgeous hardwood floor, while the white-washed walls help to brighten the living space by reflecting light all around the cabin.
The kitchen covers two walls of the floor plan, with high-end black appliances which look great in contrast to the light-colored cabinetry. 
This well-appointed kitchen is finished with stylish modern tiling and plenty of countertop space.
The quality of fixtures are evident, including this beautiful country-style sink.
The bedroom - located at the rear of the cabin - continues with the theme of hardwood floors contrasted against white walls. The room includes a designated space for a queen-sized bed.
The bedroom is finished with outstanding built-in cabinetry, which is as functional as it is attractive.
The bathroom in this park model has everything you might need, including a large shower. 
The same chic tiling and countertop is present in this room as well as the kitchen.
The loft is accessed via the staircase in the living room.
The loft is open to the living are below, making sure the room benefits from the light and air of the cabin. The loft has ample space for use as a second bedroom, a children's playroom, or for storing bulky items.
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Looks nice, right? Explore the layout details further in the floor plan here:
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