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375-sq.-ft. Tiny House with 8 Skylights! (Sold)

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Wow! This stunning 28 ft THOW is bright and magical with it’s 8 large skylights and abundance of other windows. There’s even an awning off the front to allow you to extend the 375 sq ft of living space outdoors.

You’ll love the bedroom cubby, which is up at fifth-wheel height and accessible via just a couple stairs. There are heated floors in the kitchen, a bathtub in the bathroom, and even a “walk-in” closet under the bedroom with a washer/dryer unit and plenty of clothing storage space.

The gorgeous home is for sale in Washington State for $100K. Ask questions or make an offer here.

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28 Foot Tiny House with Gooseneck Bedroom!

The red trim adds a fun “pop” to the exterior.

Where would you park this gem?

Here’s the small staircase to the bedroom.

The kitchen has a full-sized oven and range.

Stunning old-fashioned sink with a window.

Good-sized refrigerator and open shelving.

Table and chairs for one or two.

Blinds included for privacy.

Look at all those skylights!

The living room space is up in the loft.

And here’s the bedroom.

TV installed here for Netflix binge-watching.

Incinerating toilet in the bathroom.

Tub and shower with a view!

Under-bedroom laundry and closet area.

Look at all the space!


  • 28 feet long
  • Designed to comfortably sleep up to 4 people boasting two main lofts that fit king size beds
  • 8 large skylights that bring plenty of natural light indoors
  • A luxury gourmet kitchen with a large ceramic farmhouse sink, gas range stove/convection oven and heated floors
  • Bathroom has a large 4 x 4 foot window next to a deep bathtub/shower and a new Incinerator toilet and dehumidifier
  • Large 12 x 16 deck with 2 sets of stairs and a large awning
  • Walk in closet w/ washer dryer combo unit
  • Two fold up tables with chairs depending on how much space you need for your dining experience
  • Instant water heater for the entire home and an amazing HVAC System to heat and cool the home
  • 5 large propane tanks, 27 gallons total which will last about 2 months
  • Lots of furniture that was built or bought to fit perfectly in the home
  • Dyson Vacuum that charges and hangs on the wall of the closet
  • Fold-up couch/bed
  • Remote control skylight shades
  • Wool Carpet
  • New smart tv
  • Emergency generator
  • Bed frame for a queen-size bed
  • Lots of storage built into the floors

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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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  • Debbie in Texas
    January 11, 2021, 4:29 pm

    This Tiny House is truly SPECTACULAR! The colors, the skylights, materials, decorating! EVERYTHING!

    Be still my heart! 😍

  • Bob H
    January 13, 2021, 11:03 am

    Who writes these realty listings? Luxury gourmet kitchen. Walk in closet.

  • Linda Tracy
    January 13, 2021, 5:54 pm

    Absolutely love this

  • Mira
    January 17, 2021, 2:43 pm

    A lot about this house is great use of space…also, I find something about the photos to be odd – maybe glaring,,,or maybe makes it appear to have too much stuff in the photos. Makes it hard for me to get a sense of the spaces. Hope this is helpful feedback.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      January 18, 2021, 1:12 pm

      I think it’s the wide-angle lens they used.

  • Lantz
    January 17, 2021, 4:18 pm

    This layout is exactly how I’ve planned mine. The decor matches my wife’s taste to perfection. Love that blue wall.

    The one thing I have different is the main downstairs bedroom area. I have in mind the bed being dropped to the floor onto a roll out platform with an electric scissor lift (think old style tire jack only larger) to bring the mattress to the correct height at night. The bed would roll under a floor with a living room above.

  • Philip Ross
    January 17, 2021, 4:21 pm

    Why do all the photos look like there stretching the photos to make them look like there 60 ft homes, just stop. Show the real size of the home not all the filters pass it along.. This home is absolutely astounding little Tiny House just warm and comfortable love the step on on the goose neck as well especially being tall need all the height I can muster around me..

    • Natalie C. McKee
      January 18, 2021, 1:10 pm

      I think sometimes they use the wide angle because it’s hard to show certain sections of a THOW otherwise. The wide angle can help you get an idea for what’s next to something, or the overall layout, in a way you might not be able to show otherwise.

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