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16-ft. Steel-Framed Tiny House with Unique Rooftop Deck by Comak Tiny Homes (For Sale)


Do you remember the really cool 13-ft. tiny house on wheels with the unique skylit shower from Comak Tiny Homes? Well, they just built a 16-foot version of the Mountain model, appropriately named “Mountain XL.”

This one has larger bathroom space and additional storage areas, but all the same beautiful handiwork! Oh, and that amazing loft with a skylight perfect for stargazing.

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The Mountain XL Unique THOW with Skylight & Balcony

I love the way the countertop continues

Is this the most compact THOW kitchen?

There’s a comfy couch

Room for coffee and an Instant Pot

Another skylight over the sink

The backlighting at night looks lovely.

Here’s the shower, with tons of headroom.

Flush toilet

The towel bar under the sink is creative.

They even fit in a mudroom!

Closet, and storage for laundry.

Giant skylight over the bed.

I love the “Mountain” shape on the exterior.

 

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Specs:

Available now!
$68,000 plus 6% PA sales tax
As shown with décor: negotiable
Shipping is roughly $4/mi from 17601

Built in 2022 by Comak Tiny Homes

FEATURES THAT MAKE THIS HOUES SPECIAL:
Steel framing members – lightweight & resilient, smaller tow vehicle needed

Hemp wool insulation – carbon-sequestering, natural fibers, sustainable

Continuous exterior insulation – reduces thermal transfer, air & vapor barrier

Covered porch – a nice buffer during storms, provides shade

Roof-top deck – a great place to hang out and oversee the landscape

Custom cedar planking interior & exterior – beauty & durability

Skylights & mirrors – washes the interior in natural daylight, tricks the eye into perceiving the space is bigger, fantastic stargazing from bed

Specs.

16′ x 8.5′ 2021 10k tandem drop axle trailer, powder coated black

Light gauge steel framing structure
Zip R Sheathing with R-7 exterior insulation
3.5″ hemp wool wall cavity insulation
5.5″ hemp wool floor cavity insulation

Cedar and vinyl siding
60mil rubber roof
8.5’x6′ roof deck
Velux 55″x53″ operable egress skylight over loft. 36″x36″ fixed skylight over bathroom
Anderson vinyl-clad wood windows

5′ Sliding patio door with screen
Stainless steel grated fold down patio deck

30 amp standard RV plug with 15amp adapater
Girard on demand water heater
12k BTU Mr. Cool Minisplit Heat Pump
3.5cu.ft. Danby fridge
24V Dimmable LED strip lighting throughout interior

Space saving ladder for access to loft
Waterproof vinyl flooring
Cedar shower with Delta trim
Live edge black walnut and epoxy countertops with sink cutout drop-in
Touchless faucet

THE INTERIOR

APPLIANCES:

Heating and Cooling – 12k BTU Mr. Cool Minisplit Heat Pump
Water Heater – Girard on demand propane water heater
Fridge – 3.5cu.ft. Danby fridge
Lighting – 24V Dimmable LED strip lighting throughout interior
Power – 30 amp standard RV inlet plug with 15amp adapter

LOFT – 80″ x 90″:
Access to loft – Space saving stow away ladder
Egress- Operable Velux skylight
Rope railing safeguard

BATHROOM:
Shower – Cedar plank shower walls and floor with Delta trim
Toilet – standard flushing toilet

KITCHEN:
Cabinets – Soft close drawers
Countertops – Live edge black walnut slabs
Faucet – Touchless
Sink – Composite stone

THE EXTERIOR
What protects this home from the elements?
Framing members – Light gauge steel
Air and vapor barrier – Zip R Sheathing with R7 continuous exterior insulation
Wall cavity insulation – R13 3.5″ hemp wool batts
Floor and roof cavity insulation – R20 5.5″ hemp wool batts
TOTAL WALL R-VALUE – R20
TOTAL FLOOR AND ROOF R-VALUE – R27

Rain screen cladding – Cedar planking and vinyl siding
Windows – Anderson vinyl-clad wood windows
Entry door – 5′ Sliding patio door with bug screen
Removable patio deck – Stainless steel grating

ROOF:
EPDM rubber – 60mil
8.5′ x 6′ roof deck – cedar and stainless steel cable railing
Roof-top deck access – 8′ Telescoping aluminum ladder
Roof egress and windows – Velux 55″x53″ operable egress skylight over loft. 36″x36″ fixed skylight over bathroom

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Husabergchamp
    March 2, 2022, 10:39 am

    I like it, gives me some ideas for building a 12X16 cabin in the backyard. I like the outside porch at the top, a great place to relax and read a book. Small kitchen but all you need.

  • vee
    March 2, 2022, 6:19 pm

    So much to like here! Very unique — love the lighting, the huge skylight in bedroom and more.
    I would want a slightly larger kitchen — also love the very different exterior — has personality!!!

  • Maria Kentala
    March 3, 2022, 5:56 am

    You have to move the closet every time to take a shower? No way!

    • Marsha Cowan
      March 3, 2022, 10:16 am

      Hmmm. . .it does look like you have to roll the cabinet back to get to the shower. Wonder how easily it rolls?

      • James D.
        March 3, 2022, 1:39 pm

        Should be easy, it has the sliding barn door style rail mount against the wall and caster wheels below it…

  • Marsha Cowan
    March 3, 2022, 10:20 am

    Well, except for the question about shower access, this is a very cleverly designed house. Having lived in very tiny houses for 10 years now, I can tell you that you need a heck of a lot more prepping space in the kitchen, even a slender 8″ or 10″ wide counter connecting the sink area with the coffee area, just somewhere to sit a bowl or plate while you’re prepping. Otherwise, it’s a really lovely and cleverly designed tiny house. I love that length.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      March 3, 2022, 3:30 pm

      I take over my entire kitchen every time I cook, haha. I don’t think I could make do with this amount of counter space, although I don’t have much more than my 2×3 foot island.

    • March 6, 2022, 10:30 am

      The open space between sink and microwave area could have a drop down shelf for added prep area or hidden work space.
      I say be very careful working with sink. There appears little protection for the sofa from splashed or sprayed water. I may need to choose smaller sofa or hang shower curtain between the two:-)

  • Marcia
    March 3, 2022, 10:55 am

    Re: rolling closet versus shower. If you look at all the pictures after you read comments, it certainly looks as though the closet has to be moved every time you shower. If there are 2 of you living there, if someone wants to get into the kitchen for another cup of coffee, or start a meal prep, or whatever….too bad…you have to wait. Odd set-up, but certainly doable. And the only access to the balcony is an outdoor 8’ ladder? And you want to take a book and/or coffee ? Let me know how that works out for you. 😉

    • Husabergchamp
      March 3, 2022, 12:03 pm

      (chuckle) Needs a dumbwaiter for the coffee/book!
      Dumbwaiter
      A dumbwaiter is a small freight elevator or lift intended to carry food. Dumbwaiters found within modern structures, including both commercial, public and private buildings, are often connected between multiple floors. When installed in restaurants, schools, hospitals, retirement homes or in private homes, the lifts generally terminate in a kitchen.

      • James D.
        March 3, 2022, 2:05 pm

        @Husabergchamp – The winch type people adopt to create that feature for tree houses, etc. would be ideal and could easily be added… People have even done it for regular balconies to do things like lift a bike up there without needing to carry it through the home…

    • James D.
      March 3, 2022, 1:55 pm

      Access to the balcony would normally be via the loft and through the skylight for rooftop access…

      While if you compare this to the original 13′ model, they doubled the size of the living room space. So the trade off benefit for the sliding section is comfy seating area and room for more than one person… Original just had a single comfy chair in that space…

      The stair/ladder is mainly just for the loft and they have an alternate option of a fold flat against the wall stair/ladder you can see on their Instagram page…

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