Land Ark’s newest home on wheels shares plenty of DNA with its sister RV, the Drake. Both are sleekly clad in black and have a contrasting light pine interior that seems to be the company’s calling card. If you look closely, though, there are subtle but important differences between the two tiny homes.
At 300 square feet, the Draper is a touch smaller than the Drake. Instead of sleeping six, the design features a single loft for two, plus a convertible sofa U-shaped sofa that transforms into a queen size bed in a pinch.
What it loses in interior space, it makes up for in curb appeal. The Draper’s frame slants at a slightly sharper angle, which gives it a striking shape. A 7-foot by 14-foot wooden fold-down deck is attached to the facade and can be lowered with a winch in just a couple of minutes.
Like the Drake, the Draper doesn’t skimp on the details. The bathrooms features a full shower, the kitchen has stainless steel appliances, there are shelves built in throughout, and the mud room comes with a washer/dryer unit that makes being on the road a lot less stressful.
The Draper starts at $144,900, and you can check out more photos here.