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330 Sq. Ft. Henderson Tiny House on Wheels by Movable Roots

This is the 330 sq. ft. Henderson Tiny House on Wheels by Movable Roots in Melbourne, Florida.


© Movable Roots


© Movable Roots

The Henderson model is unique in design because it features a main floor master bedroom and a spare loft. We completely utilized the 330 sqft home. No space was wasted. The Henderson also features a full size bathroom with a washer and dryer combo as well as full size kitchen and living space.

Highlights

  • 330 sq. ft.
  • Built on Gooseneck Trailer
  • Master Bedroom on Main Floor
  • Full Size Bathroom with Washer/Dryer Combo
  • Full Size Kitchen
  • Built by Movable Roots
  • Melbourne, FL

Learn more: http://www.movableroots.com/

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  • Bill Burgess October 19, 2017, 11:00 am

    A lot to like with this unit. I find the blue cabinets a little to harsh for this much light for my tastes. Other than the colors, this only needs the Kitchen Cabinets shorted by that 18″ all the way at the end. I think the 18″ added to the entertainment are would make a huge difference…Along with having a slide for the wall saver duel recliner sofa. For seniors having the bedroom on the main floor is vital and the loft can stack a dozen grandkids easily. I might also change the roof style s I am a Van Zyle fan and find arched roofs in small spaces more alluring.
    With the new zoning law just passed in Portlandia, these would make great Mother-in-law and alleyway homes for displaced families as well as terrific rental potential in the low-income segment both sides of the river as Vancouver housing shortage is worse than Portland by at least 30%. I see many places where having an ADU could relieve the pressure and keep families off the streets and out from under the Freeway Overpasses. It will never get any better in AmeriKOCH so we might as well start working within the system we will be under for everyone alive today.
    This particular floor plan and the method of construction with these materials lends itself to longevity and function. We REALLY need this presented in a way the Bureaucracy will allow us to use.

  • Sondra October 19, 2017, 1:36 pm

    All I can say is wow ! I dig the blue cabinets, with the grey, Red would be even better for my tastes. Agreed Bill on more family room space !

  • gmh October 19, 2017, 3:21 pm

    Portland is loosening some restrictions, but not across the river in Vancouver, WA. Tinies are in the grey zone of “not illegal, but also not legal”.
    If your neighbors don’t mind, you are ok. If they rat you out, then you have to find some other place to park. It’s weird.

    I like this THOW, but I agree that it needs more living room space. Maybe less kitchen. I know, I know, that is what customization is all about!

  • Cheryl H October 19, 2017, 4:45 pm

    This house is stunning, absolutely stunning.

  • Derek Bredl October 19, 2017, 4:46 pm

    Ummm … it says built on a gooseneck but that’s not a gooseneck trailer?

    • Alex October 19, 2017, 5:55 pm

      Hey Derek, yeah, you’re right. That’s not right! Thanks for bringing it up.

  • Betty October 19, 2017, 7:04 pm

    I like this thow. Colors are pleasing to me also. Downstairs sleeping area is awesome for folks who do not like climbing. 😁

  • Michael October 19, 2017, 7:37 pm

    I like it beside the sleeping loft and the overall height. Another roof shape would benefit optical appearance.
    However, as others said they achieved a lot of space saving improvements.
    Great job.

  • Marie October 19, 2017, 10:33 pm

    WICKED AWWWESOME SHOWAH!!!
    — <3 from Boston 🙂

  • Leigh Jackson October 22, 2017, 2:57 am

    Every time I see a beautiful house like this and then see a ladder going to the loft it makes me turn away from the build as a whole. So lets do an experiment: Tie a board to your leg, so you can’t bend it, to simulate a broken leg. Then climb that ladder up all the to the top and into the loft. Turn around and come back down, and back away from the ladder. Then repeat it half a dozen times. Be sure you have a friend to spot you because one of those times, your gonna slip and maybe fall. Once you’ve accomplished that task, do the same with an arm, only this time have a friend tie it to the back loop of your pants. Happy climbing everyone.

  • Catherine Veal November 22, 2017, 11:08 am

    I love the looks of this home, but. That kitchen area waaaaay to large, that’s alot space for prep of food and meals. The living area is small,almost looks like a after thought. I do love that color of blue.

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