This is the 28ft Seabrook Tiny House on Wheels by Handcrafted Movement.
It features 238 sq. ft. on the main level plus a 72 sq. ft. loft space. But if you like downstairs sleeping, don’t worry because there’s a murphy bed downstairs that doubles as your dining table.
This one-of-a-kind tiny home comes in at about
$75,000 $71,000 and you can learn more about it below. Thanks!
Seabrook Tiny House with Downstairs Murphy Bed by Handcrafted Movement
Images © Handcrafted Movement
Images © Handcrafted Movement
- Built on Iron Eagle Trailer with 3 7K axles, trailer brakes, and road lighting
- Trailer is rated for 20,000 lbs. and the completed tiny home weighs about 13,000 lbs.
- Dimensions: 28′ long, 8.5′ wide, and 13’4″ tall
- Board and batten siding with 3 piece window trims
- Standing seam metal roof
- 50 amp electrical panel with 50 amp exterior RV outlet, 30 amp conversion ready
- Propane hookup with auto-changeover valve
- Wide plan oak hardwood flooring
- Oak kitchen countertops
- Built in storage cubbies, cabinets and closets
- Electric wall heater with thermostat
- Various hanging rod locations with capacity for 50 hangers
- White 24″ 4 burner LP gas range
- Exterior vented hood fan with LED lighting
- White 2 door energy efficient 10 cu. ft. refrigerator/freezer with automatic defrost
- Large sleeping loft that can accommodate a king size bed
- 36″ x 36″ shower
- Flush bath toilet
- Ceramic bath vanity with sink
- Energy efficient LP tankless water heater
- Hook ups for washer/dryer combo unit
Learn more at Handcrafted Movement.
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Nice layout but there doesn’t seem to be much storage for food/cleaning items, I am keen on downsizing more than I already have but you really do need kitchen storage and this looks to need more. Also whilst I like the idea of a downstairs bed, and a Murphy bed is good for this, why is it so low to the floor. It is easy to have a Murphy bed up a bit higher than this, most of the ones I have seen are a decent height, but for me this is unusable. Good use of space but it seems a Shane to have all that empty space at the end during the day while being unable to use it because of having to clear it to use the bed at night.
Well, that’s the problem with most Murphy beds–you have to clear space for them, and then fuss with tucking them away every morning. But you could have some lightweight furniture on wheels that could be rolled closer to the kitchen at night time. If you want to sleep downstairs, and don’t want a super-long trailer, you have to make concessions somewhere. I have seen Murphy beds advertised that fold down over an attached sofa, so you don’t have to shift furniture. And there are some that fold down over a desk, but the desk lowers in the process, so you don’t have to move things off the desk! You can get almost anything, if you are willing to pay for it, or come up with your own invention.
Seriously? The list of features plainly states that there is a 10 cu.ft. fridge/freezer, but for the life of me, I can’t find it – unless it’s that teeny, tiny little dorm-size white thing at the bottom of the wall. Did I just miss it?
Look at the second photo. It is right next to the stove.
You all love to torture me. Love this one too! Now change plans again. Hubby will go nuts. I do love this and the other one. Roomy, clean and orderly. Am drooling.