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36ft Verona Tiny Home with Downstairs Bedroom by Tiny FL


This is a great tiny house from a new-to-us tiny house builder — Tiny FL! Located in Florida, they produce beautiful luxury tiny homes. This is one of their most recent builds, and it includes tons of sleeping areas! Not only does it have two lofts, it includes a first-floor bedroom.

Additionally, you’ll find a spacious living room and kitchen between the lofts. The cabinetry is all very sleek with no pulls, and the bathroom has a large glass shower stall. Tell us what you think in the comments!

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Two Lofts Plus a Ground Floor Bedroom in 36 Feet

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The living room is right in the center of the home.

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Looking over at the kitchen area.

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Super sleek flat-face cabinets.

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The ladder to the loft above the main bedroom.

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That loft has built-in storage.

36ft Verona Tiny FL

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There’s a large closet in the bedroom.

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Nice spacious shower stall!

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Highlights:

  • Two lofts
  • 3/4 bathroom with large shower stall
  • Sleek, modern cabinets (no pulls)
  • Two-burner cooktop
  • Retro-style refrigerator
  • Couch/living area in the middle
  • Ground floor bedroom with built-in closet
  • Lots of windows!
  • 36 fet
  • Sold for $125,000

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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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  • July 2, 2022, 11:21 am

    Realize that there will be upwards of 140 million North Americans displaced by rising Sea Water by the turn of THIS century. Low-Cost hosing is on my mind for you sheeple. I will be long dead, but my Grandkids might be here…3-D Printing with HEMP Hurds as feedstock is obvious using Geopolymer as a Binder seems the best choice today from my research. Combined with a Mobile (THOW) system of housing for itinerate workers who can be near the desired saltwater frontage as it climbs the shorelines. I envision a system of portable Boardwalk type structures that can shift with the tides mobile units(Park Model RV Types) just plug into and move as needed…High Rises are limited to areas above 350′ elevations worldwide…

  • Donna Rae
    July 2, 2022, 4:51 pm

    It has a refreshingly different vibe to the exterior. Nice calm colors and a look similar to a “regular” house. I like the off-white walls with wood ceiling and bronze trip around the windows, too, with a dark floor to anchor it. Though I recognize the need for versatile housing because of the changes that are predicted, I would rather not have a completely dystopian view of the world of the future and see tiny homes as a way to let populations shift to where their needs are met and talents appreciated and used while being affordable as well as comfortable. Home, even if more mobile in the future, will still be an important aspect of our lives so I am glad that there are folks perfecting these important little houses. Now if we can get our governments, both local and national, to make accommodation for them, we’ll all be better off. Though I think this little gem is well done, I certainly would make some changes. I would opt for more traditional cabinets, ones that are not quite shiny but I also recognize that there are plenty of people who will be delighted with them just as they are and bravo for all that do but they are not my taste. Also, I’d like to remove that feature wall with open shelves so I have somewhere to put my very large TV. Sorry. Can’t live without it and I want it directly across from the sofa. I’d also like regular upper cabinets in the kitchen where the open shelves are currently located, too. Open shelves are over rated and regular cabinets are not appreciated enough. Let’s hide that mess! 😉 There are lots of attributes with this little home so keep up the good work and I hope that any suggestions you get on this site will help you to hone your craft even further. Thanks for sharing it with us!

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