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16 ft. Harbor Hotel by Tiny House Building Company

This is the too-cute 16 ft. Harbor Hotel built by Tiny House Building Company in Virginia.

The model is selling for $39,900 (unfurnished) and it includes everything from a tiny front porch with window boxes to an l-shaped kitchen with induction cooktop and fridge. Even though it’s not included, I absolutely love the decor in this one: Light pine, turquoise and orange accents, and plenty of beach-themed wall art and trinkets.

Enjoy taking the photo tour below, and find contact information for the builder at the end!

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16 ft. Harbor Hotel by Tiny House Building Company

Images via Tiny House Building Company Facebook

Super quaint covered front porch with window boxes.

Fold-down couch in the spacious living room and a mounted TV.

The secondary storage loft over the front porch.

Such a cute sign! The decor is really great in this one.

Here’s the view from the front door. Welcome home!

These skylights in the kitchen are very fun, too!

In fact, there are a lot of windows inside this little guy!

Nice view from the spacious bedroom loft.

The ladder moves to give access when necessary.

Oh that anchor is too cute! Fun way to do a “headboard.”

The little side tables are handy. I always feel like I’d need those!

Here’s the shower stall. More beach-themed decor in here.

Plus a composting toilet inside!

Could this be your home? Contact Tiny House Building Co!

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From Tiny House Building Company: 

16 ft Tiny House Harbor Model $39,900 (unfirnished/unstaged). SOLD WITH: This model is approximately 210 sf including lofts. Features of this home include 1 King Size Sleeping Loft, 1 Twin Size Storage Loft that could be for storage or sleeping with movable ladder for access. Kitchen with refrigerator, induction cooktop, butcher block counter tops, hickory cabinets and window above the sink. Bathroom with 32″X32″ Shower and Dry-Flush Toilet. This home is all electric with split-unit heating and cooling system, 12 gallon water heater and large front porch with built-in drop down steps.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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  • Gail June 27, 2017, 12:37 pm

    My tiny is named “The Beach House” and will have lots of beach themed decor! I’ll send you pictures when I’m finished with it. The build is done, now I’m on the interior.

  • Lauren June 28, 2017, 11:07 am

    OMG! This is such a beautiful tiny! I love the decor, gives such a feeling of relaxation. Great layout and porch. Love it!

  • Kathy June 28, 2017, 2:43 pm

    I find myself more and more attracted to these tiny THOWs under 20′. They just keep getting better! Charming decor aside (and it IS charming!) the floor plan is great – good sized, well equipped kitchen, nice bath (a teeny sink for handwashing could be added over the toilet in the interests of keeping the E.coli out of the kitchen), really great living area, roomy looking loft (love the windows, but I would want to price a skylight to relieve my claustrophobia) and I love love love that front porch! I might even be willing to deal with a ladder in this one, however I think one of those steeper storage stairs would provide safer access as well as, if the underneath area is enclosed right, some much needed storage. Did I say I LOVE the decor?

  • jamie July 2, 2017, 12:44 am

    16 feet seems to be the sweet spot for me between livability and portability. really like this house. I would make some changes though. Nice job.

  • Greg July 2, 2017, 2:44 pm

    This has to be the most promising tiny houses I have seen. I think the portabilty and the porch are the biggest hits for me. Need a SMALL propane stovetop and stove though, then…PERFECTION!

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