The Noyer XL takes an already fantastic tiny home and makes it nearly perfect. The original Noyer model had tons of selling points, and this one has added a main floor bedroom so no one *has* to sleep in a loft. Awesome!
The slightly elevated living room allows for more storage underneath for seasonal items or things you don’t need every day. There’s a galley kitchen with a hidden dishwasher and fridge, as well as a dining area with a large table for mealtimes.
The bathroom and loft look lovely, and the first-floor bedroom easily fits a queen and has built-in closets for clothing. Get your Noyer XL by contacting the builder here.
Handcrafted Movement has three of their gorgeous “Cambria” tiny house models coming up for sale over the next three months. Their April build has sold already, but their May, June and July completions are still available!
This stunning house features the craftsmanship that Handcrafted Movement is known for, and this particular model has a “flex room” which can easily become a ground-floor bedroom for folks avoiding lofts and ladders. Additionally, the space has a dedicated living area with a TV/fireplace, a spacious kitchen with nearly full-sized appliances, and a luxury bathroom.
The home is for sale for $96,000, and you can put down your deposit here.
The Itsy Bitsy Spider Lake tiny house has it all: a main-floor bedroom, two full-size lofts, a spacious living room with a 3-seater sofa, a kitchen with a pantry, a bathroom with a heated floor, and a washer/dryer.
This tiny house is built by Mint Tiny House Company, and it’s parked on Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada.
This is the story (and tour) of Bruce and Shari’s tiny house with a main floor bedroom. It’s the Dragonfly model from Core Housing Solutions which starts at $39,500 – it’s probably the most affordable 34.5-foot tiny house on wheels you can find and it’s built with SIP panels.
This video tour is really great because you can see what a tiny house like this looks like after it’s moved into. Granted, this couple moved into their tiny house from an even smaller space so it was actually an upsize for them, believe it or not.
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