Mobile Homes in Greece – Practical Solutions for Perfect Holidays
Mobility is a defining feature of nowadays’ life. It is part of the recipe for success and increasingly articulates our social behavior, always looking to escape from the routine of the day to day life. And when you scour exotic places, such as the Greek islands, mobile homes are the practical solution for the ideal vacation. Below you can see a few mobiles homes in Greece, in an ever greater demand by those who want to search every corner of the paradise.
Despite the appellative mobile, any of these homes can be turned into a permanent home by connecting it to the sewage, water and electricity grid. Mobile Homes are built on a chassis with wheels and suspension together with a normal car towing hitch. They can be maneuvered and towed by a car with a two liter or larger engine. There are no foundation requirements for the siting of a mobile home other than firm grass or hard standing. Each corner of the mobile has a wind down metal leg which allows people to walk inside it without it tilting once it is sited. No ground fixings are required and a typical mobile home can easily be moved from its site within a few minutes.
The first mobile home is awaiting customers on the island of Zakynthos. With a compact design, the 35 feet long house and 12.6 feet wide incorporates a living room, two bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen. One of the bedrooms has its own WC for more intimacy in case you share the home with other people. The house has an aluminum cladding, a fully galvanized chassis, steel pantile roof sheets and underfloor insulation.
The second mobile home is comparable in sizes with the first one, but boasting a slightly different design, more elegant looking. The living opens into the outside terrace which becomes the supreme relaxation space in the cool evenings in Greece. The living room is also equipped with a fireplace for those who crave for the warm atmosphere of their home. The house on wheels also has a gas heating system, with an electric heating alternative, and is insulated with fiberglass.
The third mobile home can take you all across Greek islands while enjoying the comfort of a regular home. Despite its rough appearance on the outside, the mobile house appeals with a warm and welcoming interior, an elegant living, a fully equipped kitchen and relaxing bedrooms. The average price of such a home is 45,000 pounds. Less spacious models, such as the one below, costs 27,000 pounds, but mobile homes can also be rented.
Sources: Caravaninthesun.com, Europarkhomes.com