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24-ft. Tiny House in Florida by Craftsman Tiny Homes


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Look at this stunning 24-foot tiny house built in Florida by Craftsman Tiny Homes. This bright blue tiny home has two lofts, one of which you can get to via a storage staircase. The other loft is over the cozy living room space.

A galley kitchen takes up the center of the tiny house, and a small bathroom fits in the very back. The house is all pine inside, which gives it a cozy cabin feel. You can purchase it for $74,900.

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Beautiful Blue Tiny House with Bright Yellow Door

The house has a lovely pine ceiling.

There’s a small living room below one of the lofts.

The kitchen has big cabinets, a washer/dryer unit, and an apartment-sized refrigerator.

The glossy countertop adds a touch of sophistication to the kitchen.

The main loft has a ladder up to.

The space is well-lit.

The shower stall has a rainfall shower head.

You get a micro sink, medicine cabinet and towel storage.

What a stunning blue color!

Details:

  • This all-pine Tiny Home is a dream! This model can be built in 6-8 weeks! Message me about making customizations to make this your dream Tiny Home! Owner financing option available with reasonable down payment. We can coordinate shipping!
    Send me your cell and I’ll send you a video tour and more information!
  • Registered With Plates
  • Ground to Roof Height: 14.5 Feet
  • Estimated Square Feet: 296 SqFt
  • Width x Length: 8.5 Ft Wide x 24 Ft Long
  • Total Lofts: 2 Lofts
  • Weight: 8,800lbs
  • Interior Wall Details: Tongue and groove natural pine
  • Flooring Details: Waterproof vinyl flooring
  • Kitchen Countertop & Cabinet Details: Custom butcher block countertop and Custom top and base cabinets
  • Stove & Exhaust Vent Details: Full sized electric range with 4 burners
  • Refrigerator Details: 7.1 cu. ft. Top Freezer with Refrigerator
  • Washer/ Dryer Hookup are ready
  • Other Appliances Included
  • Dishwasher and Full sized microwave with fan and light
  • Lighting Details: 9 LED wall/ceiling lights, 44″ ceiling Fan light, Kitchen light
  • Shower Details: 36″ Shower
  • Toilet Type: A Traditional Flushing Toilet
  • Bathroom Ventilation Details: Exhaust fan and Window
  • Structure Details
  • Number of Windows: 11 Windows
  • Wood Framing
  • Metal Roofing
  • R-Value: We used closed cell spray foam with an R-value of 7 per inch. We sprayed 2 in. thick, so it will be R-14 for superior thermal resistance for walls, floor and ceiling.
  • Mini Split AC/Heat Included
  • Sewer, Water Hookup & Tanks Details: Ready for connection to sewer or septic system, Easy water hookup with garden hose style fittings and Rheem tankless water heater.Trailer Brand & Hitch Size Info Availability: 2023
  • Southern Utility
  • Trailer Brake Lights Are Functional

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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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  • Marsha Cowan
    February 22, 2024, 7:14 pm

    Very pretty! Nice, traditional design.

  • Reyne Tallents
    February 23, 2024, 3:04 pm

    They are very respsonsive through e-mail.
    I’m very interested in their 16 foot Bunk model, due to the light weight of them (3300 to 4300lbs, depending on the material used inside-paneling or drywall). They include a lot of Options in their asking price that another builder charges extra for.

  • Maria Kentala
    February 25, 2024, 8:49 am

    The only thing that I don’t like is the placement of the instant hot water heater. I would have put it above the toilet.

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