The Cubic Foot vs The Square Foot Counts.
Big Places on Tiny Spaces.
PART 1 of 3
In California it's a known fact that the closer you get to the beach the smaller the lots get leaving folks with limited choices in finding suitable let alone affordable building and ownership opportunities.
One very popular trend taking place today is the transformation of many boutique "Mobile Home & Trailer Park Communities" that dot the landscape along the California Coastline.
We selected the Encinitas and Leucadia area of North San Diego County (Aerial photo above) because, first and foremost we live in San Diego (Americas Finest City), and secondly because of its old fashioned traditional funkiness, fabulous surf breaks and fantastically friendly beach people and surf culture; a true breed unto themselves.
We chose the "The WEE MOBILE HOME PARK", in LEUCADIA which is a 9 space/lot very peaceful & intimate "Mobile home Community" with a private dead-end roadway called "THE LANE". This feature really limits un-invited traffic and makes for a very peaceful and private setting.
In the photos above sit the original small singlewide trailers, mobile homes and even a park model (RV under 400sf) that were installed from the 50's to the 70's.
In Part 2 we are going to show you what happens when you use a little imagination and Space Planning. We will leave you here for now removing this old circa 50's 10x50 foot trailer (500sf). Just wait until you see what happens next!
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