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24′ Adirondack Tiny Home with Awning

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This is a beautiful tiny house built by Adirondack Tiny Homes. At 24′ it features a kitchen, 3/4 bathroom, living room, and a loft bedroom.

There are some great upgrades, including some gorgeous glass lighting fixtures and a rustic branch railing that’s charming! It’s for sale in Johnsburg, NY for $74,500.

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Branch Railing, Full Kitchen, Loft Bedroom

It’s so nice to have an awning for shade and rain protection.

The branch railing is gorgeous!

There’s a full kitchen under the loft.

There’s an oven! And an apartment-sized fridge.

The glass pendants are beauitful.

This light casts a lovely shadow.

Up in the loft. There’s even a tufted headboard!

Carpet makes it comfortable to move around on your knees.

View from the loft. There’s a spot for a TV.

There’s a mini-split for heating and cooling.

I love the big windows.

There are black subway tiles in the bathroom.

And a matching black toilet. Unique!

There’s gray siding, black windows, and white trim. Sleek!


  • Designed and built by a 30-year master carpenter. Trailer is registered with DMV in NY. Perfect for boutique short-term rental or living. Upgrades abound, from technical specs to design to durability, practicality, and some little luxuries. Some are listed below; contact us for the full information!
  • L x W: 24 ft x 8.5 ft
  • Living: 192 sq ft plus 80 sq ft in loft
  • Weight: 10,600 lbs
  • Height: 13.5 ft
  • Energy: 2, 40 lb mounted liquid propane tanks and 2, 20 amp circuits
  • Exterior: GFCI Receptacle on Porch
  • Includes: 4′ x 5′
  • Exterior Upgrades:
  • 36” 15-light full-view steel entry door
  • Jacks in four corners for easy leveling and stability
  • LED lighting package for road travel
  • Retractable awning
  • Double hung and awning windows with full screens and colored black vinyl exterior trim from VDW
  • Technical Specs:
  • ¾” OSB decking
  • 5/4 Pressure Treated Porch Decking
  • PEX Water Lines
  • 2×4 Exterior Walls – 16″ O.C.
  • 2×4 16″ O.C. Trusses
  • Perfectly balanced mathematically for almost zero sway while in tow
  • On-demand hot water with 3.8 gallons per minute delivery
  • Washer and dryer hook-up for propane dryer
  • Technical Upgrades:
  • Trailer: Amish-made, welded 10” steel beams frame with double 7000 lb. axles
  • Closed-cell spray foam insulation w/ equivalent R 21 for excellent temperature retention & added bonus of
  • structure stability
  • Efficient Senville 9000 BTU Mini-Split System
  • Build & Materials Upgrades:
  • Custom Birch rail in loft
  • Custom reclaimed Douglas Fir wood ceiling and storage area in bathroom
  • ¾” Red Oak Hardwood flooring throughout main floor with moisture cure finish
  • Bonuses:
  • 4’ x 5‘ pressure-treated entry deck
  • Mounted Vizio 32” Smart TV with remote
  • Counter saddle stool
  • All light fixtures and lamps
  • Kitchen Specs:
  • 7’ ceiling height
  • 4-burner propane oven range
  • 24” vented range hood with light
  • Butcher Block countertops with clear-coat finish
  • 18 gauge stainless sink with grid
  • Chrome faucet
  • 24” Avanti refrigerator
  • 18” x 72” pantry

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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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  • Paul Larsen
    June 23, 2023, 7:58 am

    One of the nicest tiny houses I have seen on here, Love the colours ,the uncluttered interior and the clean outside lines. Think I could get used to the loft too as it has decent stairs and a handrail.

  • Maria Kentala
    June 24, 2023, 5:35 am

    I would have put a railing on the other side of stairs, hate the black in bathroom,would have used white. I would also have put a under the counter frig to have more counter space. Just my thoughts.

    • James D.
      June 24, 2023, 1:24 pm

      Well, you can always install a railing for the open side of the stairs. Lots of aftermarket options. Just mind the stairs are only 2 feet wide and not everyone can safely navigate that narrow a space. Especially, when it results in significantly less then 2 feet…

  • Donna Rae
    June 24, 2023, 11:20 am

    An adorable Tiny! Aesthetically appealing and some thoughtful designing. Thank you for adding the rail going up the stairs! It is not always included and is such an important safety feature! Love the black windows, roof and accents, and the awning is a fabulous addition that doesn’t just protect but adds a nice design element to the exterior. As a matter of personal preference, there are a couple of changes I would make. I would gladly sacrifice a couple of inches of counter space in order to have a larger freezer-over-fridge refrigerator. Though the hood over the stove is nice looking, I would opt for one of those pop-up vents at stovetop level so I could have a cupboard overhead. Give me an efficient induction stove, please! It seems that the opportunity for either more counter space or more storage was lost with the space under the stairs, too. I don’t mind the black tiles in the shower but a white toilet would be my preference though I understand why the black was chosen. I don’t hate the black toilet but a white one would make it easier to make sure you cleaned thoroughly. And speaking of the bathroom, please, designers everywhere, stop using frosted glass doors! I don’t care that someone can’t see details. At night, the shadows would be revealing enough. Give me a solid pocket door. To be sure, I could live in this fabulous little Tiny as is but these changes would be my wish. Overall, this is a fabulous home so kudos to the designers1

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