If you already haven’t seen this 136 sq. ft. Molecule Tiny Home you’re in for a treat. To me, it’s one of the best designed and best built little houses on wheels out there. And it’s their 5th design and build. At 8’x17′ it’s one of their smallest, too.
But they were still able to add a lot of functionality, comfort, and beauty to the home as you’ll see. One of the most notable features is the fold up deck but there’s a lot more that will stand out once you go inside.
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Amazing 136-sq.-ft. Tiny Home on Wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes
Image Source: Molecule Tiny Homes
I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the tour as this one has lots of unique features you’ll probably like and want to implement in your future design:
..or better yet, you can have Molecule Tiny Homes do it for you. I think you’ll agree that they’re REALLY good at what they do. Personally, I’d absolutely love to buy a home from them and I’d be proud (and happy!) to own it and live in it.
Molecule Tiny Home #5
I think you’ll be surprised as to how many great features they were able to pack into this tiny 8’x17′ structure. So let’s get to it..
Let me take you inside..
Welcome… Come on in!
It’s a REAL staircase in a TINY house! Lots of people think this is impossible, but if that’s you.. Think again! And you know that they would never waste any space so you’ve got storage underneath there too.
Video Tour of this Tiny…
Lots of Storage in this Tiny House
I don’t know who wouldn’t agree that a staircase like this is so much better than those flimsy looking ladders that usually end up getting in your way all the time if you’re living in a tiny space. This way, there’s no ladder to move, store and worry about. And you don’t have to worry about falling over, either. Also, take note of the extra storage space to the right of the staircase which we’ll get to in a moment.
Extra Storage/Sleeping Loft
Directly above the entrance you’ve got a storage loft to keep all of those goodies that you don’t necessarily use everyday like those seasonal items that you can get out of the way for a few months. So let’s turn back around so I can give you a quick look at the kitchenette.
Micro Kitchen in a Tiny House
Door that Leads to Bathroom
Don’t worry, I’ll take you into the bathroom in a jiffy. First, let me show the closet which is just to the left of that door.
This tiny house has a real closet!
Lots of times, designer/builders leave out the all too important closet! Not Molecule. Everything they do seems to be very well thought out.
Alright, let me show you the washroom!
Itty Bitty Bathroom in this Molecule Home
Did you notice the super tiny sink to wash your hands? I think that’s so cool!
And here’s one of my favorite parts..
Extra Door in the Bathroom
When you live in a tiny space and you go number 2, it can really stink up the joint. So why not create a way to take care of this problem quick and simply?
And it’s not only useful for that, but also after a hot shower so you can quickly and easily get rid of the humidity you just created to keep your home dry inside.
That’s what the extra “door” is for!
Another cool way to use this opening is to take out the compost (from the toilet) because who really wants to walk through their living room with that?
Okay, back to the kitchen..
And let me get you up to the sleeping loft/bedroom.
Sleeping Loft in Molecule #5
One of the many things I love about the guys behind Molecule is their attention to detail. I mean, look at all those windows! It must be so lovely up there. I’m so envious of whoever got to buy this home on wheels. They paid $45,000 for it and I think it was well worth every penny.
Thought that was it? No. There are even more little details to make you smile everyday.. Yet another bonus window up in the loft on the opposite side in addition to the already awesome skylight. How cool is this?
Let’s Head back Downstairs
And let me show you the rest of the exterior which I’m sure you’ll also be impressed with as much as I am.
My Thoughts on Pricing
I know some of you are thinking that $45,000 is still too much and for many it is. But just think that whoever bought it didn’t have to do ANY of the design or physical work themselves. Sure if you build it yourself you can do it for way less but personally I’d be really lucky if my first build turned out even 25% as good as this one. Maybe with enough guidance and a good set of plans I could. And the ability to call for help here and there..
If you go a little bigger, does design matter as much?
If you go off wheels and into a normal foundation cabin or cottage you can build for even cheaper and if you’re shooting for 400 square feet or more then design doesn’t matter as much as it does when you’ve only got an 8’x17′ footprint to work with. But anyways let me show the rest of the exterior..
Built-in Storage Shed
This is where you can squeeze in some of your tools and possibly your batteries for solar, propane tank and your EcoTemp tankless water heater… Just to the right, you can notice where the bathroom bonus door is located.
Images Source: Molecule Tiny Homes
Video Tour and Interview with Jason Dietz of Molecule Tiny Homes
Interested in having Molecule Tiny Homes Design/Build Your Own?
If you’re interested in having Molecule design and build your next house you can explore their website and get in touch with them here.
Also- be sure to “Like” their Facebook Page here to stay in touch with them!
Or… Learn how to DIY
If you want to learn how to DIY I highly recommend Dan Louche’s step by step Tiny House Construction Guide and his videos which teach you the same in a visual/auditory format that you can keep referring back to over and over again.
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