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28-Foot Chestnut Tiny House w/ Approximately 368-Square-Feet


This is the 28-foot Chestnut Tiny House on Wheels by the Tiny House Building Company.

It has approximately 368-square-feet of space inside. What do you think?

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The Chestnut Tiny House by the Tiny House Building Company

Highlights

  • 28′ long x 8.5′ wide
  • Approximately 368sf
  • Large picture window
  • Engineered wood floors
  • White cabinetry with butcher block countertops
  • Oversize sink
  • Wall shelving
  • Stainless refrigerator
  • Propane stove
  • Propane heat
  • Full bath with 36″ x 36″ shower with sink and vanity
  • Standard toilet
  • Washer/dryer combo
  • Large storage/sleeping loft over the bathroom
  • Large upstairs sleeping loft
  • Price as shown $89,900

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The Chestnut | The Tiny House Building Company

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  • Avatar Suzy Que
    August 1, 2019, 6:14 pm

    I like this design a lot. One big pet peeve is having the stove next to the refrigerator. Just move the stove down to the other end of the counter, and it would be close to perfect.

    • Avatar Sherry
      August 2, 2019, 2:07 pm

      Suzy Que-
      I agree with moving the stove to the other end. It was probably put next to the fridge to make wiring easier and less costly, but 10 more feet of 220 can’t be that much more!!

      • Avatar James D.
        August 3, 2019, 1:06 am

        On average a commercially built THOW of standard road legal width costs between $2000 to $3000 per linear foot of length… It can add up pretty quickly, thus why many try to squeeze in as much as they can in as little space as possible instead of making them bigger/longer… Mind that also makes them harder and more expensive to tow as they’ll be heavier, etc.

  • Avatar D. Pedersen
    August 2, 2019, 1:57 am

    I do not get why on earth they make a dark ceiling in such a small space. It makes the room look smaller than it is.

    • Avatar James D.
      August 3, 2019, 1:17 am

      Except for the loft, not really, contrasting details generally help give the space more depth… The high ceilings don’t really need to be enhanced and the space under the loft is painted white… Understand, it may not be for you but people have different preferences on the matter and will interpret it differently.

  • Avatar Cathy Witt
    August 4, 2019, 10:22 pm

    Lovely home. Ugliest propane heater I have EVER seen! You might want to rethink that one…

    • Avatar Sherry
      August 5, 2019, 11:53 am

      James D.-
      I’m sorry if I wasn’t clear. I wasn’t talking about making the THOW longer. I was talking about moving the stove to the other end of the cabinets. Implied in that suggestion was moving the cabinets with the sink down to the fridge, thereby taking up no additional room. With the stove up against the fridge it limits your use of the two right burners, especially those with handles…not to mention all the grease and splatter on the side of your fridge and the heat right next to it will make your fridge work harder and could shorten its usable lifespan.

      • Avatar James D.
        August 14, 2019, 8:35 pm

        A, okay, just a little remodeling then…

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