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28ft Farmhouse by Liberation Tiny Homes


This is the 28ft Farmhouse by Liberation Tiny Homes.

It features 408 sq. ft. of interior space including the lofts.

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28ft Modern Farmhouse Tiny House on Wheels by Liberation Tiny Homes

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Highlights

  • Size: 28′ x 8.5′ x 13′ 6″ – 408 square feet including lofts
  • Roof: corrugated metal
  • Siding: LP Smartside + stained pine accent wall
  • Windows: Anderson Silverline
  • Power: 30 Amp
  • Water: RV fresh water hose hook-up
  • Heating & Cooling: Pioneer 9000 BTU Mini-split
  • Price: $73,000

Learn more: https://www.liberationtinyhomes.com/

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  • Sparrow November 27, 2018, 10:23 am

    Excellent use of space. The bathroom is above-par for a TH. Love the white interior and gray cabinetry. Just wish the outside had more curb appeal, but overall, this is a winner!

    • Alex November 27, 2018, 2:30 pm

      Thanks, Sparrow, glad you enjoyed it!

  • Karen Blackburn November 29, 2018, 12:14 am

    However if you park on a permanent site you can always clad the outside. My neighbour 2 down lives in a THoW (all you can get permission for around here, permanent a non starter) which is connected to the mains water and electric with septic tank. He has clad it in a brick siding so it looks like a foundation place and has added conservatories off the living area at the front and over the side door instead of a porch for shelter. Space is nearly doubled and as you are allowed here to add in a certain percentage of the building without additional planning permission it is a fast and relatively inexpensive way to increase your living space. I know one person who started off with a tiny 2 bed house but by adding glass conservatories on 3 sides has nearly doubled the size while double glazing and heaters mean they can be used for most of the year even in Ireland.

  • Sandi B December 7, 2018, 5:41 pm

    I like the layout of this unit it has a sizeable kitchen and nice bath. I would like to have an oven unit and not just the burners in the kitchen. The color combination allows for adding pops of color in any palette you choose I think I would have moved the stairs so that they were on the side close to the trailer to make the deck more usable — you could then build a little table unit to cover the hitch part that comes through the door and put a removable railing around the deck a chair on either side of the table and have a more functional deck space. I might have even brought the roof out over the deck then you could use the deck in inclimate weather. However, this is great in just 28 feet of space.

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