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288-Sq.-Ft. Tiny House by Rock Star Tiny Homes


This is a 288-sq.-ft. tiny house by Rock Star Tiny Homes out of Clinton, New Jersey.

It’s a luxurious tiny house built in 2020 with 26 x 8.5 x 14 dimensions. Check it out and learn more below!

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26-ft. Tiny House by Rock Star Tiny Homes

The kitchen has full-size appliances.

The living room has a modern Murphy bed sofa combo so you can transition the living area to a bedroom in moments.

The laundry area/mudroom with front load combo washer/dryer.

Luxurious bathroom with soft-close shower doors, modern residential toilet, subway tile, ceiling mounted rain shower head,…

Highlights

  • 26 x 8.5 x 14
  • Custom steel frame
  • Oversized custom windows
  • 9-ft folding accordion wall door/windows
  • Custom soft-close cabinetry
  • Skylight roof hatch
  • 200sf rooftop deck
  • Pantry/laundry area
  • Bathroom
  • 8-ft of closet handing space
  • Spray foam insulation in the walls, ceiling, and floors
  • Electric hook up
  • Pre-wired for sound and security systems
  • LED lighting throughout
  • Full-size appliances
  • Mini-split AC unit with remote
  • Large stainless steel sink
  • Industrial faucets
  • Stainless steel propane stove/oven
  • Quartz counters
  • USB power ports
  • Tankless propane on-demand hot water heater
  • Front-load washer/dryer with a folding station in the pantry/mudroom
  • Bathroom with ceiling mounted rain shower head
  • Soft-close shower door
  • Full-size flushing residential toilet
  • Fold-down Murphy bed with sofa for an easy transition to a second bedroom
  • A large loft with 8 feet of hanging closet space, can accommodate a King bed
  • Industrial metal siding
  • Rain gutters
  • Redwood exterior accent
  • Motion sensor spotlights

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  • Avatar Linda Baker
    February 12, 2021, 10:58 am

    You have a fold down Murphy bed behind the couch? No closets in br/lr area?

    • Avatar Alison
      February 12, 2021, 11:31 am

      I bet it’s one of those fancy Murphy beds where the sofa magically collapses when you pull down the bed, then pops up again when you put the bed away. Don’t have to move the sofa, it’s part of the contraption. I like the idea, but I wonder how comfortable the sofa is. I’d like to try one.

  • Avatar Michael
    February 12, 2021, 11:47 pm

    I like style and appearance but dislike overall height especially when it comes to towing. Sleeping lofts aren’t for FL climate because physics are telling us that heat is going up always. It may be great for living but sleeping at lower temperatures is more healthy and relaxing. Therefore downstairs sleeping is for me the way to go. That means overall height could be reduce by probably 4 feet without feeling cramped and save some cost for windows and walls..
    I couldn’t find a decent dining place which would make food prepared at the well thought kitchen more enjoyable. Beside that, I would replace Murphy bed with a lift up to the ceiling one which doesn’t require securing pillows and blankets.
    Wondering about the weight.
    Finally, price tag of 119k seems to me a bit hefty which may not affordable for many.

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