Brisco Studio Park Model

Scott Stewart has another park model he wants to share and offer a special price to Tiny House Blog viewers. I’ll turn it over to Scott to explain to you about this one. The pictures tell a lot too.

This unit, as nearly all the builds we do, was a custom build for a couple in the Springfield, MO area. It is a park model type of cabin built on a steel frame with axles and bumper pull hitch. It is 10′ wide and 28′ long and has a studio style layout.

It has a loft over the “bedroom” area that can be used for storage or added sleeping area if needed. The bathroom has a 36″ shower stall, full size toilet and 18″ sink/vanity. The kitchen as seen in the pictures is not complete as the buyers will install their own range, fridge and microwave, it has a double basin sink and added counter space with open area below for custom storage.

The cabin has a 220 heat/air combo unit, 19 gallon water heater, wired like a house with 12-2 w ground, plumbed with p.e.x and pvc as applicable, interior is 3/4″ pine tongue and groove beaded siding on walls and vaulted ceilings, hardwood laminate flooring, full 36″ entry door.

The cabin is constructed with 2×8 floor joist 16″ on center with steel hurricane ties, 3/4″ floor decking, full 2×4 framing 16″ on center, the entire cabin was covered with osb before the metal siding and roof were installed, the buyers wanted a maint. free exterior and decided upon light stone color sides and trim with ivy green roof.

This cabin was custom built to their specs but I am offering to duplicate this unit one time through Kent’s blog for $16,000, this would include a completed kitchen and the buyer can make some minor layout changes if needed and can also change exterior color as well as change exterior siding if needed.

I would be willing to sell this unit just dried in allowing the buyer to finish the interior, it can have either the metal sides as in the pics or rustic wood or painted siding, I would take $8500 for that version.

I will include delivery upto 300 miles from Mountain View, AR 72560 with additional delivery distance possible. For more info feel free to email or call Scott anytime, thanks.  or 870-213-5310

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hannah - September 28, 2010 Reply

I am always curious to the reasoning for a bathroom sink/vanity in these small homes. Even in our tiny toyota motorhome, a teeny sink is in the bathroom. The kitchen sink is 4 feet away! Our friend’s smaller toy is more sensible. The shower and toilet are one space, you can stand or sit under the shower. Having lived in old studio apartments in the SF Bay Area, with a WC, and a hidden tub in the kitchen, I found that a couple or one person doesn’t need a separate vanity.

    Rebecca - September 28, 2010 Reply

    Not to be gross for the male readers, but if a woman uses a diva cup, a sink in the bathroom is nice!

      Susan P - September 29, 2010 Reply

      I would perfer to have a sink in the bathroom. As far as the diva cup I only empty mine once a day and do that in the shower… I’ve never had a problem with an “overflow”.

Andy - September 28, 2010 Reply

I continue to be amazed at the great prices for good work. I hope he stays busy because he offers a great product for a VERY low price.


ginmar - September 28, 2010 Reply

I want this so bad—well, all of them—but it’s too far away. How about somebody in the upper plains?

Amy - September 28, 2010 Reply

Scott, The inside looks wonderful! I was thinking about stopping in to see this one when you where building it but as always I’m super bsy at the Park. Saw the little saloon looking one come thru town the other day. It was just too cute. Been thinking of givin you a hollar.. I may be needing a new leather shop soon..Hubby and I are sorta shopping around to see what we can get for what.


    scott stewart - September 29, 2010 Reply

    Thanks Amy, I appreciate the comments.
    Stop by any time, feel free to just check out the progress on any building you like, come by and see me and tell me your ideas and what you have pictured in your mind for your shop and I bet we can match it. Thanks again,


Bonita - September 28, 2010 Reply

I would love to see a picture of the Loft.

Cat - September 28, 2010 Reply

Lovely tiny house. Can U add a frige & boat heater in it ?

    scott stewart - September 29, 2010 Reply

    Hi Cat, we can easily add a fridge, we usually install a full size fridge and range, in this case the buyer already had these items and will install upon delivery, we can also add a boat heater with no problem, please let me know if you have any other questions,


Irene - September 28, 2010 Reply

Hi, this is great. Wondering what the weight is of the completed project and what type of vehicle you expect to be pulling it.

Keep up with the good stuff!

    scott stewart - September 29, 2010 Reply

    Irene, I am not sure of the weight, I am actually delivering this unit today and I will try to stop along the way and get an exact weight, we are pulling it with a Ford one ton pick up and it pulls these units with ease, this unit could be moved with a 3/4 ton very easy as well, I would recommend a 3/4 ton over just a standard half ton pick up, I will try to post something on the weight later today or in them morning, thanks,


Chris Day - September 29, 2010 Reply

This is great! Love the concept.

Tim - September 29, 2010 Reply

As always, the style and price of your work is outstanding, good job on this one. I like the fact it is a little wider then the standard tiny homes to. Is it easy to get a permit to move this being 10ft wide?

    scott stewart - September 30, 2010 Reply

    Hi Tim, thanks for the favorable comments.
    It is pretty simple to get the permits to move a unit this wide, no escorts or pole cars are required and the average person can get the permits and pull this behind a 3/4 ton pick up and with most modern roads 10′ does not crowd the lines very badly.


Eric - October 8, 2010 Reply

I really like this. It is really cool. I have been a frequent visitor on this site since I heard of the Tumble Weed houses. This is alot more appealing to me. I live in Jonesboro, Arkansas in the Northeast part of the state. I purchased a used single wide mobile home 2 years ago and have been exploring other options since then. I would like to know more about these.

Bob H - December 5, 2011 Reply

This is fantastic, great size. Scott has this market figured out. Pricing is also half of the so called leaders in this industry.

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