This is the 28ft Country Payette Tiny House on Wheels by TruForm Tiny.
COUNTRY, PAYETTE FLOOR PLAN, 28 FT
What do you think of this tiny house design? Could you see yourself living in it? Let’s talk about it in the comments! By the way, it’s currently for sale.
28ft Country Payette Tiny House On Wheels by TruForm Tiny (For Sale)
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This has the sleeping area of my dreams, a space which can be closed off for privacy but kept open at night if it gets too hot, has a low ceiling allowing for storage above, in short a style of sleeping space as old as houses themselves.
It’s also storage below…
TruForm works from standard models but the interior layout is something they’ll completely customize for their clients…
They’ve even done elevator beds…
Very nice and light. Like the bed is on the ground floor.
Very nice, I like the kitchen, just enough space for a single. Main floor bedroom is a must. I would like it to be 9′ x 30′ for more living space in order to have a few friends over.
What is the Price? Didn’t see it on the website or here.
for those of us who don’t want a huge kitchen this one is perfect. also like the main floor bedroom. looks very spacious. great design, bathroom works nicely and holds the washer/dryer. I’d live in it as would I’m sure a lot of retired, singles, etc. just an all round great house. it is just too bad cities don’t provide places for people to place their homes in or amend their zoning. its affordable housing, perhaps not in some areas, but if you live in Greater Vancouver or Victoria where a 33 ft. wide lot is over a million, this would be very affordable. If cities owned the land and set it aside for small houses, it would go a long way to eliminating housing shortages. when a 400 sq. ft. condo is $1,500 a month in my area, these houses are a deal