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32ft Liberation Tiny Home with Dual Lofts: 450 Sq. Ft. of Space Inside!

This is a 32ft tiny house on wheels by Liberation Tiny Homes.

It features 450 sq. ft. inside including two lofts, a beautiful kitchen, full bathroom, and a living area with an entertainment center.

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450 Sq. Ft. Liberation Tiny Home on Wheels

32ft Liberation Tiny Home

Images © Liberation Tiny Homes

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  • Size: 32′ x 8.5′ x 13’6″ with two, two-foot bump outs in loft areas
  • 450 sq. ft. including lofts
  • Galvanized metal roof
  • Siding: LP smartside in a board and batten finish, stained pine, and galvanized aluminum. Painted black Azek trim.
  • Windows: Anderson 100 Series
  • Deck: 10′ x 6′ cedar deck built in two pieces for travel
  • Water: RV fresh water hose hookup
  • Heating & Cooling: LG 9000 BTU mini-split
  • Price: $82,700

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  • August 3, 2018, 1:55 pm

    The right measure in all the objectives realities, (and not just objectives), is the resolution, then establish standard parameters:
    Neither too small and inconvenient, nor too large and dispersive.

    • Eric
      August 3, 2018, 5:59 pm

      I’m stymied as to what this comment actually is trying to say Gabriella.

      • James D.
        August 3, 2018, 6:48 pm

        Gabriella always posts in poetic format/language… It’s just her way of saying she finds it an ideal design…

        Like Goldilocks and the three bears… It’s just right, type comment…

        • Eric
          October 20, 2018, 12:00 am

          Maybe Gabriella should take heed of the old maxim that less is more… along the the KISS principle.

      • James D.
        October 20, 2018, 12:18 am

        No, she just has a different way of speaking…

  • Danielle
    August 3, 2018, 7:51 pm

    Not enough pictures, no floor plan and the website is too hard a sell if you want to look at any pricing or anything else in depth.

    • James D.
      August 4, 2018, 10:33 pm

      Just a note on builders that do show floor plans, it usually means the builder is not a complete custom builder and is really just making specific models with a set range of variables and options to choose from…

      They may still offer custom work but that will usually be at a much higher premium than their normal price and may be at a higher price than a builder who does fully custom builds all the time.

      Those who do fully custom builds generally show less because they deal more with privacy concerns of their clients, since what they build is someone’s home, who may not want every detail of their home shown to the world and that would include the floor plans, which would be unique to each and every build anyway…

      Some builders do have a baseline they can work from but that’s not always easy to provide for fully custom builders when every job can be different and what it costs them can actually change over time.

      Being an anything goes custom builder can also mean the list of options are just too long to list and can include things the builder never considered before a client makes the request or depends on unpredictable factors that may be unique to each client.

      Every business can be different but those are things to keep in mind… Along with things like what can be expected from a small business vs a larger company…

      It can be nicer going to a big company with comprehensive website, etc. but it may mean you get fewer actual choices and may have to pay more if you want something that isn’t among their default choices… Bigger companies also tend to deal with more people and thus may have longer turn around times, etc.

      While some business may have excellent websites but their product may not be as good… So it depends what you want but having to do some research can pay off and isn’t always a bad thing…

      • Danielle
        August 6, 2018, 10:19 am

        Thanks for your reply but I am really not buying your long explanation. They could show the floor plan and say you can customize. Their website is still a hard sell. Their website is pretty comprehensive, but it seems only to sell you things without showing a lot of product.

        I can’t believe that you are comparing websites with quality of a product. Basically, what you are saying is that if a website has floorplans and looks good and provides a lot of information then the builder builds a less than quality product.

        • James D.
          August 7, 2018, 3:23 am

          No, the purpose of a floor plan is to work from an existing design and that by definition is limiting your design choices. Even where they allow you to customize the floor plan it’s still setting the limits of your starting point…

          For example, you can’t just decide to have a layout that’s larger than what the floor plan allows and any given floor plan can only fit a certain range of design options, like you’re not going to be able to choose the same kinds and number of layouts for a 8′ wide design as you can for a 12′ wide design…

          It’s like telling a artist to work from an example… Whatever the result is it is still based on the example vs giving a blank canvas and telling the artist to create something from scratch…

          The difference is significant because when you’re basing something on an existing design then you’re only really adapting it and creating at most a variation of it that better suites you… Versus starting from scratch and creating something uniquely tailored to meet your specific needs and preferences in the most optimal way, regardless of how your specific needs and preferences may differ from anyone else’s as what’s built for them can be completely different.

          Depending what you actually want, you may not care about this distinction but the point is that distinction exists…

          While the reasons a builder would set limits is obvious, because limiting options and setting standards helps them control costs and thus helps ensure they can more consistently profit.

          Thus just because a builder says they’re custom doesn’t mean they’re going to offer the same range of customization options and it’s often really a balance of what they are willing to offer the customer vs what’s most economically practical for the builder to do…

          And no, I didn’t make a comparison between quality and websites… I simply gave a series of examples that show there are many different businesses that operate differently and thus have different things you can and can’t expect from each of them and that’s just the reality that not all business are the same irregardless of whether they present you the same sort of things or not…

          Not taking the time to understand those complexities only ignores how those differences can effect what the company is actually selling you…

          So let me be abundantly clear, the point I’m making is it’s best to be an informed consumer…

          You’re not really doing that if you make no effort to understand what kind of business you’re dealing with and expect the same things from all of them irregardless of what those things may actually mean to what they are offering you… But these are all general points for looking at companies in general…

          In this particular case there are two details that stand out…

          1) Liberation Tiny Homes is a small family run business of just a husband and wife owned company with a small staff of builders… So it’s not a big company with lots of resources…

          2) They actually have over 50 photos of their houses but they’re actually an example of a company that specifically limits your options because they really only make two different model series and thus your customization options are limited to what can work off either one of those two design platforms… So they’re only fully custom if you ignore the fact they don’t make any other style homes besides either their Farmhouse or Modern style…

          This compares to another company like Incredible Tiny Homes, which may not offer much more information on their website but they actually are a true full custom builder that will make you basically anything you want that’s within your budget to do…

          While a company like TruForm Tiny Homes may offer the things you’re looking for with floor plans, lots of photos, and even have a website app that lets you do custom quotes and get a digitized preview of what the home will look like but like this company, it’s limited with model series and a set range of options to choose from…

          Other companies like Escape Homes actually started as a RV manufacturer and evolved over time into more of a Tiny House builder… So they always had floor plans, but they didn’t always offer as good build quality as they do now or offer customization, which full customization is still limited to certain model series for them.

          All versus a builder like Abel Zyl who basically makes homes that can be considered works of art and is a unique artisan type builder with very different selling points from the other examples…

          All these differences of course emphasizes how each company is actually offering something different from the others that you wouldn’t really get from looking at just certain aspects of their website, which they may or may not have, and those differences can matter, depending what you actually want…

        • Mal Smith
          November 16, 2018, 9:16 pm

          Haha, you’re fighting a losing battle with this one, Danielle. He did most certainly say “while some business may have excellent websites but their product may not be as good”. But I think the point he was trying to get over was that a website is no recommendation. I agree with you though, why couldn’t a basic floor plan be shown. No reason at all. Especially in this case because as James d states Liberation Homes is “a company that limit your options because they really only make two different model series”. He’s almost contradicting himself because according to the points he made in his long drawn out argument I see no reason why a basic floor plan couldn’t be shown. Sometimes the reason you won’t see all the info you want on a website is to lure you in to make contact and an enquiry and then, not always but quite often, the “hard sell” begins. Just saying. 😉

  • Diane Gray
    November 16, 2018, 8:47 pm

    Very nice both inside and out!

  • Billyclark
    February 7, 2019, 8:18 pm

    Hmm maybe the plans were designed by some else and they dont want you tobuild it your self to save your petty monies it seems if in past one would say nothing if you didn’t like and you did one would say very nice thank you for Sharing or if you didn’t like you not say a word and moved on to the next waaaa waaaa grow up

  • Billyclark
    February 7, 2019, 8:20 pm

    Marcus awesome space thanks for sharing

  • Jai
    February 23, 2019, 6:11 pm

    This thread reads like a Facebook post. It’s a nice tiny house, but too pricey. I always thought that the objective was to create a tiny space to live in using the least amount of money and materials. You can build a 1600 sf house for that cost. Living tiny was supposed to be an option for those that wanted to reduce their carbon footprint, to help the environment.

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