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20-Ft. Cabana THOW by Summit Tiny Homes, Canada


Summit Tiny Homes in British Columbia, Canada keeps things compact in this 20 foot THOW — and does it in style!

A mint green door with diamond windows take you into the little space where you’ll find a built-in couch tucked under a picture window. The kitchen has lovely retro appliances and a washer/dryer unit under the storage staircase that leads to the loft. In the bathroom you’ll find a luxurious glass shower stall, basin sink, and a toilet.

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20 Feet of Comfort and Style in this Cabana Model!

The stone/concrete-looking counter tops have such a sleek look.

The staircase has plenty of storage leading up to the loft.

Full oven and some good pantry storage and open shelving in the kitchen.

Bathroom has great built-in storage and a stunning basin sink.

The glass and tile shower has a large window to let in natural light.

A pocket door closes the bathroom off from the kitchen.

Up in the loft, you’ll find some hanging clothing storage.

And this cozy built-in looks like the perfect place to snuggle up.

Highlights:

  • Cabana Tiny House
  • Built on a 20′ x 8.5′ trailer
  • 120 Square Feet
  • Loft bedroom
  • Hanging storage in the loft
  • Washer/dryer unit
  • Storage staircase
  • Retro appliances
  • Full fridge and oven
  • Built-in couch/book nook
  • Bathroom with standing shower
  • Basin sink
  • Pocket door

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Natalie C. McKee

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 two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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  • Avatar Robin
    July 28, 2020, 9:12 pm

    Where is photo of downstairs bedroom in the Heritage?
    Of Summit houses
    Thank you, Robin

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      July 29, 2020, 8:32 am

      Hi Robin, I’m afraid the Heritage model doesn’t have a downstairs bedroom.

  • Avatar Vickie
    July 28, 2020, 9:17 pm

    A lot nicer than some larger ones I’ve seen. Nicely done. Of course.. you can’t beat the views out the windows either.

  • Avatar Vickie
    July 28, 2020, 9:31 pm

    Wow, just looked at the costs… this page , has premium options on it as shown. I went, priced, and did nottt add the premium options and it was over 100k. (and this is the smallest they make). whew

  • Avatar Kimberly Poole
    July 29, 2020, 8:41 pm

    The tiny house is beautiful.
    I’ve come to the realizaton that tiny houses are not for me. I want a little more comfort in my home. I need about 800-1000 square feet. I want a lot of built ins through out my home. I want a dishwasher & a washer with a seperate dryer. I want a family room with more than just a tiny couch.
    They are cute & seem great but come on, a recliner with a good book & a side table to hold my water is so much better than being smack on top of each other on a tiny couch.
    Plus all the trouble of finding a place to even park the tiny home. Most people end up in someones driveway or back yard. That spells trouble in the long run to me.
    I didn’t mention the outrageous price tag that tiny homes cost now. Paying a lot of money for a tiny space, with trouble trying to out it somewhere & not to mention all the other problems having a tiny home brings in your life.
    Its honestly, not for me. I really started looking at tiny homes because of the videos that the good-looking guy Brice makes & he is the reason I got interested in them. So I will keep watching good-looking Brice show tiny homes that are not really practical & cost an outrageous amount of money for the space you end up with. He makes them seem doable but reality is a lot different.
    Thanks for listening to me. Peace everyone.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      July 30, 2020, 9:15 am

      Haha Brice is great to listen to, for sure!

    • Avatar James D.
      July 31, 2020, 2:33 am

      Just something to keep in mind… You don’t have to pay a lot of money for a tiny house, a lot of people just choose expensive options when they have the freedom to have it custom built and tailored specifically for them…

      Same difference as getting cloths from a thrift store from getting cloths from a fashion designer… Or getting furniture from Ikea from getting it from a high end custom furniture maker… Everything can be done from basic/low cost on up to advance/high cost but there are also reasons why people will make different choices that will put them towards different points along that price range.

      While another thing to keep in mind is purchase cost is not the only thing to consider as the cost of owning the home can vary by a lot as well… Just like buying a lemon car, houses can be money pits and over time end up costing up to multiple times more than the original purchase price.

      According to real estate sites like Zillow, the average home owner is spending over $9000 annually on just hidden costs of owning a traditional home.

      So getting something at lower cost for the size doesn’t necessarily mean it will be the better deal… The general point of tiny living is to reduce the long term costs and not just the cost of the home.

      Mind, most of the people’s home Bryce tours are either debt free or will be in just a few short years… That’s wouldn’t be the case if they weren’t getting more out of it than it may first appear…

      Doesn’t mean it has to be for you, though… Key thing to remember about tiny living is it’s really about finding what’s appropriate to your needs, not trying to meet some priority standard that won’t fit everyone equally… So, if your needs are appropriately met with something 800-1000 Sq Ft then that’s perfectly valid… Besides, some people would still consider that tiny or small as there’s people used to home being over 3000 Sq Ft and even over 5000 Sq Ft… So it’s all relative.

      Main reason 400 Sq Ft and under is consider the market for tiny houses is because that’s the legal limit most have had to deal with ever since government started imposing minimum Sq Ft requirements but those requirement can go up to just over 1000 Sq Ft, which means the size home your feel is your best fit would still face similar issues in some parts of the country but not everywhere and there’s also grandfathered homes that were built before the minimum standards were imposed, like back before the 1950’s the average size home in the states was only around 900 Sq Ft and large houses being common only happened in the last 60+ years…

      Anyway, never feel you have to justify your choice as everyone’s can be unique to them for what’s right and appropriate…

      • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
        July 31, 2020, 2:35 pm

        Love this response, James!

  • Avatar Theresa Perdue
    July 30, 2020, 10:48 pm

    It’s a nice home but it’s hard to look at as I keep finding myself gazing out the windows. What a view. If I could park it there I would do whatever it took to own the house.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee
      July 31, 2020, 2:37 pm

      I really feel like the awesomeness of a tiny house depends, at least in some part, on where it’s located!

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