Wow! Wait until you see what this tiny house builder in Georgia fits into just 50 square feet!
Built by Benjamin and for sale on Facebook (now sold) in Cedartown, GA, the $8,000 tiny home has an adjustable bed, shower, toilet, sink, mini-fridge, and AC unit all in a 5’x10′ trailer. Not only that, but it’s cute as a button, with cedar floors and ceilings and gorgeous exterior shingle-work.
While it’s a tight squeeze, for sure, it couldn’t be cuter or better-equipped! Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below!
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Micro THOW with Live-Edge Cedar Interior
Extra storage over the trailer tongue.
Look at how cool the live-edge wood is!
Storage cabinets under the twin-bed area.
And still more much-needed storage here.
Nifty metal shower.
And even a flush toilet with more storage!
Cute as a button!
- Cedar floors and ceilings.
- Deck folds up
- mini fridge
- adjustable bed.
- 5’x10’ 50’ sq ft.
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Whimsical! I love it. Creative and full of eye catching details. Price seems reasonable for what it is. In my view it would beat a tent for camping. You know, rainproof, bug-proof, comfortable… Congratulations to the architect, builder, artist!
And your own bathroom! No night trips to the communal bath house.
Now this is truly a tiny house. I like how they’ve made the roof ripple.
Really cute. Who would have thought all that was in there!
Right? Someone sent it to me and I almost didn’t look because I thought it wouldn’t qualify as a house and then it had a bathroom! Too cool
This is cute, has a shower and a toilet! Tiny shower LMAO!! I would fit in that shower. Not for me but this is very cute and creative. No going in the woods to potty. 🙂 Is real cute on the outside.
I couldn’t believe they included a bathroom!
It is cute. But if it were 4 ft longer you could close off the bathroom for Privacy. also I would put a small window in each front door for more light.
Absolutely adorable (and clever)!
Privacy from who? Only one person at a time can fit in the trailer. 🙂
This thing is awesome. I would love one for myself!
Right on, Natalie! Another commented on lack of bathroom door; however, with the solid front door, there is no need for a door. A truly shy owner could add a curtain, I suppose, in case a friend is visiting.
Yes I can’t imagine more than one person living in this micro THOW! In that case, no one to hide from except yourself, haha.
You made me laugh right out loud, Natalie. Thanks!!
There is no such thing as privacy and it’s only good for 1 person though has everything that person needs to be clean, dressed on time if one works.
A lot of people work on the road and instead of paying for a motel, they use this and save $50-$100/night.
I’ve always like this cut style for fencing but this is a great use if can be cut thin enough, 5/8″-3/4″ and doesn’t split obviously makes a great looking home. This inspires my to use this in THs.
If you do this make sure the wood is well seasoned/aged/dried so it doesn’t shrink more. Probably better done with a strong cedar.
That’s such a good point about using it for work!
Natalie, Thanks so much for including this one! The one thing that drives me crazy is seeing a tiny house without a bathroom. Even if it’s just a toilet to pull out from under a bed, I feel it’s better than none at all. My father would love this! He would mount a tv on the back of the front door or on a swing arm that folds out from the foot of the bed. Attach to the back of his pickup and off he would go. He would be very happy in this tiny home with just him and his dog.
I’m so glad you enjoyed it, Samantha! I thought it was brilliant, especially with a toilet inside!
What I need to know is how everything is powered.
Nicely done in a small space, with a lot of live edge.
What I really wish that people would take the time and take it to a weigh station so that they could list what the towing weight is. Because on all these THOW’s , is the weight factor that people will have to consider if it is something that they will be towing.