Wow! This is a Gothic Castle House from Tiny House Nation that is anything but ordinary.
The faux slate exterior on this small home is exactly what I want on my home someday. There’s a grand middle staircase a-la any horror mansion you’ve ever seen, two bedrooms, a kitchen and more. This family of three (and their six fur babies!) downsized from a whopping 2,150 sq. ft. house — good for them.
You can watch the episode on FYI or stream it on Amazon. The episode is called, “300 Sq Ft Poker Night House”. You can also buy and watch the episode on YouTube in case you don’t have cable.
Michelle and Blake love having their friends over for drinks and some card playing. They’ve asked John and Zack to help build them a tiny house that not only has space to entertain their friends, but room to keep their two dogs entertained as well.
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Outside, you’ll notice a classic red barn feel with deep cranberry clapboards and white trim. Inside the walls, Giffin used advanced insulation from plastics which improved the home’s energy efficiency and made it more eco-friendly.
When you go inside, you’ll find a covered “mud-room” entryway that gives you loft space for storage. There is beautiful dark hardwood flooring in the house and a crisp, clean kitchen. It includes open shelving, solid grey countertops and more. The living space even has a custom spiral staircase to take you up to the bedroom loft. Watch the video below!
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An Energy-Efficient Tiny House on Wheels by Zack Giffin
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