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34 Ft. THOW with Downstairs Bedroom and Luxury Bathroom!

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Wow, this gorgeous 34 ft. THOW built by Tea Cup Tiny Homes in Canada has it all, including a downstairs bedroom and a mini dishwasher! It would make an awesome tiny house for a family because of the two additional loft sleeping areas.

It technically a certified park model, at 400 square feet and 10 feet wide. You’ll find a wood-burning stove and Separette toilet to help you go off-grid if you want to!

All the details are available after the photo tour below. They are asking $158,000 and you can contact them at Tiny House Marketplace.

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This THOW has a unique design with a center loft, eating nook, and living room.

Here’s the smallest loft.

Wood-burning stove for ambience and heating.

The eating nook has a great live-edge table.

There’s the downstairs bedroom and a pantry.

The navy cabinets with copper accents is stunning.

View from the bedroom.

Cozy up in this a-frame spot.

This is the larger back loft area.

The bathroom with a shower and a washer/dryer.

Stunning copper sink.

Look! A tiny dishwasher.

The amazing copper soaking tub.

Separette toilet and small sink.


  • $158,000
  • Certified Park Model
  • 34 ft x 10 ft x 13ft
  • Off grid capabilities
  • Cedar siding, steel roof
  • Sleeps 5 comfortably and up to 7.
  • Wood burning stove
  • Insulated Japanese copper soaking tub
  • Separate shower
  • Copper farmhouse sink
  • Partial limestone floor
  • Large windows and main floor A frame bedroom with raw red cedar ceiling and hydraulic bed
  • Live edged dining table in eating nook with large round window, table can be converted to sleeping area.
  • Actual square footage including loft spaces is 428 sq ft.
  • Well insulated for winter climates
  • Lunos air exchange
  • A/C, propane furnace / washer / dryer / stove, Separette composting toilet.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Yvonne Bright
    January 23, 2021, 4:50 pm

    I think this the coziest tiny home I have ever seen. It has everything you need and then some.

  • Amber
    January 24, 2021, 10:44 am

    Wow, that is truly stunning! My daughter would love that tiny loft – heck, I would love that tiny reading nook if I could make it up the ladder! Whilst the soaking tub is both beautiful and enviable, I think I’d have as much trouble taking a soak as I would getting into the tiny loft lol

    • Natalie C. McKee
      January 25, 2021, 1:26 pm

      Haha yes I’d need a step stool to get into that tub for sure.

      • Lantz
        January 29, 2021, 3:49 pm

        I’d need a electric hoist with a parachute harness to lift me in and out.

        • Victoria Banaszak
          January 29, 2021, 9:24 pm

          LOL! Yup, me too. I would have run the kitchen cabinets all the way to the pantry on the stove side. I didn’t really see any clothes storage either. The dinette is cute. Rounded corners on the table would be good. I manage to bruise myself all the time. The bathroom layout seems a bit odd. I would have a vessel sink with a nice cabinet below and the vent for the toilet goes through the cabinets. That just seems a bit odd to me when the washer and dryer have to be vented anyway so I would imagine it could go out in that same area. I do love the copper that was used. It is very pretty.

        • Natalie C. McKee
          February 3, 2021, 4:20 pm

          I swear I’m a walking banana when it comes to bruises haha. I bump into everything.

    • James D.
      January 30, 2021, 1:25 am

      @Victoria Banaszak – According to the floor plan, on the builder’s website, the default layout has two closets. One by the bedroom and one by the bathroom on opposite ends of the house.

      But it looks like this was customized for someone who added the wood stove, more kitchen cabinets, and the U shaped dinette area.

      However, it does look like there’s a built in closet just past where the washer/dryer are located, right by the entrance and the tall cabinets at the end of the kitchen and opposite the pantry is likely the other closet…

      The U shaped dinette is also storage, as well as can be convert to a bed… The side that faces the door is open in that direction, providing a place to put shoes and functions as an entry bench… The bed in the bedroom is also on a hydraulic lift and can be lifted to access a large storage space below it… The whole kitchen area is also on a raised platform, which means there’s some storage capacity below it but it maybe is being used for some of the house systems, it is suppose to support off-grid options and that would be a good area to place water tanks, house batteries, etc. Though, the plans indicate the primary mechanicals are at the end of the house in the exterior storage shed on the tow tongue side… But the first step to get up to the kitchen from the main living space is storage draw and it’s possible there may be an exterior access panel for the floor storage space on the opposite side of the house that’s not shown…

      While there’s multiple reasons why you wouldn’t want to mix a sewer vent with the laundry vent but the three that would concern most is proximity to the front door, stacked washer/dryer unit is only a few feet from the door, and active vs passive venting, which could risk the sewer smells going into the washer/dryer instead of being vented and that would be neither good for the laundry or the house… Then there’s how sewer vents can attract bugs and you’d want to make sure the vent is the type that can block them…

  • Donna Rae
    January 24, 2021, 4:12 pm

    There is so much to love about this tiny home! The finishes are great, color choices are pleasing and that round window! OMG, that tiny dishwasher! Like so many I’ve seen, as pleasing as it is, most people would make changes to suit their own needs. I’d take out that small loft to make the living area larger and more usable. Many will be pleased with the loft because it offers another sleeping area but if it’s not needed, getting rid of it makes sense…and even for those who would keep it, a more stable ladder would be helpful and probably safer. I wish it could all be on the same elevation instead of raising up the kitchen area. I understand that may be because of the wheels but there must be a way around that. Heck, it doesn’t even look like they use that added floor height for additional storage. I know it’s only a step but even one step can be a challenge for senior citizens. Someone else mentioned getting rid of that copper bathtub even though it is truly amazing! I agree. Again because it is not the easiest tub for a senior citizen to get into let alone out of. Others will see it as a welcomed luxury, though. It is gorgeous. I wonder if there is a regular kind of tub made of copper? Combining that with a shower enclosure would be more usable to those who find the other shape challenging. Copper is luxurious, for sure, and I would definitely love it if it didn’t make life more difficult. Form and function are both important. Overall, this is a beautiful tiny home and many will love it as is or make their own modifications. Definitely inspiring, even for those who continue to live in conventional housing. I mean, who wouldn’t love that navy blue with copper hardware??? Thanks for sharing!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      January 25, 2021, 1:21 pm

      So glad you enjoyed it! And yes, there are plenty of changes we all could make, and I liked your ideas.

    • Lantz
      January 29, 2021, 3:54 pm

      There are many styles of copper tubs at quite the prices. Google copper bathtub. That tub they have there is probably 4 grand.

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