I think you’ll like this tiny house because it’s unique, modern and simple.
It’s a surf shack on wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes.
You might remember them from the tiny home with the flip up porch/deck.
According to their original post, it was custom built for a surfer.
At a first glance (below) it looks as if it’s going to be dark inside because of the small windows.
But if you open the door and walk in, you’d be surprised because there are these giant windows covering the entire opposite side which give you this amazing view of the ocean.
Photos Courtesy of Molecule Tiny Homes
On the right you can see how they used the tongue area of the trailer to built a tiny shed that can be used as an electrical box. Notice the venting on it too.
So below is the other side of the house, which looks completely different, doesn’t it?
Notice the built in outdoor shower and how they built a deck to use the sliding glass doors.
You’ll get to see the view at the bottom but I think you’ll also like the modern touches in the kitchen and bathroom..
I like the stainless steel outlet covers. Might not be worth the cost in a big house, but worth considering in a tiny home.
If you want, let me know what you liked best in the comments below.
There are even solar panels on the roof along with a separate little shed that serves as the battery bank.
You can find more information and pictures on this one over at Molecule Tiny Homes. Also check out this post. Molecule Tiny Homes has a house for sale. Learn more.
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