This very special custom tiny house built by Tiny Treasure Homes went to a young family with two small children. Dad works from home and they plan on traveling the country “being at home wherever they go”. The house has two lofts, large private office space with separate outside entrance, huge bathroom with tub, shower, Sun-Mar electric composting toilet, two vanity/medicine cabinets. The kitchen has a full-size refrigerator, washer/dryer combo, lots of storage and counter space plus much more. It’s second to none and provides Tiny House Living at its finest.
This is a one-room tiny pine cabin that’s for sale in Severna Park, Maryland.
The 350 square foot space is four years old and doesn’t have wheels, but needs to be moved to a new lot. It comes with electric heat, air conditioning, water heater, fridge and kitchenette. It’s studio-style with a downstairs bed and quite quaint! With your own touches, it could be a great cabin home.
It’s for sale for $30,000 on Tiny House Finder. Enjoy the pictures below and then head over there to contact the seller with serious inquiries.
This is Christine’s 16 x 32 lofted barn in Leesburg, Alabama and here’s her story:
Three years ago with the kids grown I decided to quit my job of 20 years as a medical assistant and join my owner operator husband on the road full time. We found a piece of land on Weiss lake with a camper on it and talked about downsizing.
We looked at many options including log cabin builders, Amish built cabins, park models and even moving an old cabin or cottage. Our goal was to be as thrifty as possible without being cheap. This would be done with extra cash and time with an end result of being mortgage free.
We found a company who sells lofted barn storage buildings on 16 centers with ventilated roof system and heat wrap. They were willing to raise the walls in the loft for standing room and stick build the shell on our property. We ordered without windows and purchased Pella windows.
We were not looking to go off grid and wanted to build to code even though in the county there are virtually no restrictions. My husband and his carpenter buddy did most of the work. We contracted hanging the knotty pine and the electrical to a licensed professional.
We were moving along but slowly. Looking back on the pictures I recall thinking “this is never getting done” LOL. Then we got a cash offer on our house so we sold, took the equity and finished in 3 months. We finally moved in the middle of March. We still have some small things to do like a sliding barn door for the bathroom (currently a curtain) and a mini split system, but am enjoying my cabin by the lake.
Enjoy the picture tour and get some more details below!
This is the second version of the Escape One zen tiny house on wheels by Escape, a tiny house builder in Wisconsin.
We showed you Version One back in April, but this new video tour below shows some of the different options available for the inside of your Escape One, including a gas stove and huge windows in the living room. Be sure to check it out and get the additional details at the end of the post.
The house features a loft bedroom, kitchen/living area and a bathroom. I really love the story about how this first model came about (read it here!) and the company’s overall mission:
Our Goal is to build high quality custom homes at a affordable price, for anyone to enjoy. We promote sustainable living in tiny home communities and we look forward to working with organizations interested in helping veterans and the homeless.
Enjoy the picture tour and get tons of details about all the features of this home below!
This is the latest from Alpine Tiny Homes in Utah: A live-edge beetle kill tiny home on a 28 ft. gooseneck.
The home, built for an an artist, features both a loft kid’s bedroom (with under-bed storage) as well as a gooseneck master bedroom. I really love the studio loft with a skylight where the artist can make masterpieces! The u-shaped kitchen and full bath both feature gorgeous copper sinks, and there’s even a doggy and cat door under the gooseneck stairs.
This sold for $78,000. Get more details at the end of the post, and as always, enjoy!
These are the plans to the 570 sq. ft. British Columbia small foundation home. It’s designed by Robinson Residential, and if you are looking for something to put on land, this home might be it!
The British Columbia-570 small home plan pays tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright’s contribution to residential architecture. His idea that one should “Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature….” is echoed by this beautiful province. His Usonian homes were designed to be affordable and comfortable using simple materials and construction featuring walls of doors and windows, built-in furnishings and cabinets. The large stone fireplace is the heart of this small home which features:
Large living room and dining room with bands of horizontal windows, wood beams and vaulted ceilings Exterior doors from the kitchen, dining room and bedroom 1 bedroom, 1 bath
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