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You’ll Love This RV Port Home. Can’t You Just See Yourself Parking Your Rig In It?

With winter just around the corner for most of the United States, you’ve probably got winterization on your mind.

An RV Port home is a great way to keep your rig protected from the elements.

It also helps to keep pesky squirrels and mice from turning your RV into their personal living room.

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I’m excited to show you this dream-like RV Port Home, complete with two additional bays, a patio, loft, and hook-ups for all sorts of amenities like a washer and dryer, hot water, and A/C.

This RV Port Home design by Falcon Crest will get you thinking about an early Christmas present for yourself.

Falcon Crest RV car port

You can customize the siding, paint, and many other design features. These computer-aided drawings show Hardiplank siding with real wood trim.

Looking into the Falcon Crest RV Port

Here’s an example with board and batten siding. It gives a totally different feel to the structure.

I like the look from the outside of this RV car port. A more modern adaptation.

Falcon designed the main building to look like a covered bridge, but you can add a garage door if you want.

You can see clear through the RV car port

The RV Port Home can fit most any RV. It’s 45 feet long, 20 feet wide, and the front and rear entrances are 16 foot by 16 foot. Both wings are 12 foot by 41 foot.

Same shot of the RV port, but with a more modern design

Behind each outer bay is a 12 foot by 24 foot storage area.

Another angle of the Falcon RV port

Above the main RV bay you’ll find a well-lighted loft area with three windows. Large double doors open to a ground level patio.

Side view of an RV car port

The designer had some fun with this old locomotive wind vane.

Taking a look at the roof of the Falcon RV home

The pull-through design eliminates the hassle of backing in your rig.

From the rear of the RV home

The floor plan has space for a washer and dryer, hot water heater and an A/C blower. You might just want to call this RV Port your home!

Falcon RV port floor planYou can order your own Falcon RV Port Home by contacting Bradley Buildings.

Their toll free number is 855-779-0200 or send them an email here: Sales (at) BradleyBuildings.com.

Please note: because of shipping costs, the company says that they can only serve residents of Alabama, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and the southernmost parts of Tennessee, and Virginia.

Source: Bradley Buildings

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