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Payette 28′ Tiny House by TruForm Tiny

This is the Payette Country 28′ Tiny House on Wheels.


It was designed and built by TruForm Tiny and is currently for sale.

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Payette 28′ Tiny House For Sale!

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Photo credit: TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny


Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Payette 28' Tiny House For Sale by TruForm Tiny

Photo credit: TruForm Tiny

Custom features included:

  • Stackable/venting washer & drier
  • 5 ft bathroom with full vanity
  • Flushing toilet
  • All white walls and ceiling
  • White custom cabinetry with soft close
  • 12v lighting throughout
  • Acacia floors
  • Full light thermal door
  • Mini split heating & cooling
  • Full size refrigerator
  • Apron front sink
  • Exterior storage access under the bed & in the front steps
  • Two lofts; can be used for storage or sleeping, accessed by ladder
  • All fixtures are stainless steel or brushed nickel
  • All windows are tempered
  • This unit is all electric

It’s located in Eugene, Oregon and available to view via appointment. For more information visit: http://truformtiny.com/for-sale/ or contact Randy directly at [email protected]

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  • Melissa August 24, 2017, 4:06 pm

    Wow, beautiful home! I wonder if the doors/walls of the first-level bed space can be completely closed off? If so, kudos for additional privacy!

    • Diane Miether August 24, 2017, 4:47 pm

      I thought I saw a sliding door for privacy. Love the bed space!

  • Pam August 24, 2017, 4:11 pm

    This is very nice! I love that everything’s on 1 level. I could live very comfortably in this. A few changes I’d make is less window area in bed space. Might be too cold in winter, and way too much light or I’d be up with the roosters! Also a small oven under cook top. A toaster oven would take up too much precious counter space.

    • Maria/Tink October 25, 2017, 7:03 am

      I agree with you Pam. Also I feel the mini split should be on the main floor.

  • keepyourpower August 24, 2017, 4:23 pm

    Is the mini split very efficient, being way up in a loft and no way to fall down except on a floor up there? Does it keep you cool enough in the summer and to remove the humidity after a shower?

    I really love this home. Would not want the slats showing. And do you store things under the bed?

    • James D. August 24, 2017, 9:34 pm

      The Mini-Split is a ductless heat pump system and they’re very efficient… The wall unit typically has adjustable air flow direction and thus can either direct the flow up towards the ceiling to having it help circulate the room air or down at a angle…

      Depending on model you can also opt for a in-ceiling or in-wall unit (provided you have thick enough roof or wall to install them) and it is possible to duct them if you wish to hide the unit and thus keep it in a utility closet/room…

  • Claude August 24, 2017, 5:18 pm

    Very nice design, well appointed, love the Japanese style bed with all the storage areas.

  • Charlotte August 24, 2017, 6:51 pm

    Hello thanks for the tour It is a dream come true fun house a must have one of them I am not into cars a whole bunch and reAd look at the many tiny houses for me I am getting healthy after not being so I want to win any tiny house before I can have an opportunity to buy own one again have great day from Char Dilucia

  • Jan August 24, 2017, 6:53 pm

    I think the layout for a unit this size is good. I love that it has a downstairs bedroom. My only issue is, how do you make the bed since it’s walled off.

  • Rusty August 24, 2017, 8:51 pm

    Love this home, especially the acacia floors and bedroom on main level. Remove the lofts and lower the ceiling to 8 feet, would make it perfect.

  • oxide August 25, 2017, 12:26 pm

    This really is a good layout. I like the first-floor sleeping space. I’d do a little more with the living area though. Those table and chairs just aren’t workable. I’d move the opening of the bed space toward the foot of the bed, increasing the wall space enough for a small L-shaped sofa. Also I’d put in a flip-down table for eating or more counterspace.

  • Lori Eanes August 26, 2017, 12:17 pm

    Nice design. I would definitely like it much better if the toilet and sink traded places. You never want to see a toilet when you open a door, bad fung shui.

  • Robbin August 27, 2017, 7:05 pm

    This house is simply “Gorgeous” has everything that a traditional apartment has only it is a house. It feels so much like a home. It looks warm and bright. It great to see a stacking washer and dryer.

  • Arlene McCormick September 2, 2017, 12:21 am

    I love this one, and that there is both a washer and dryer is great. I’ve had one of the 2/1 and if you wanted it to dry the load took about 6 hours from start to finish, and even then the clothes weren’t totally dry.

  • Valerie October 24, 2017, 3:53 pm

    Very nice, I am wondering on the price thou. Don’t see one?

    • Maria/Tink October 25, 2017, 7:13 am

      I couldn’t find the price either. It is not shown on their website either.

  • Glema October 26, 2017, 4:29 pm

    A lovely home thank you for sharing.

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