Here’s a new, beautiful tiny home with tons of natural wood accents. It’s a 20 x 8 THOW with a loft bedroom and comfortable living space. The African Mahogany accents keep the place warm and unique.
You’ll find a 3/4 bathroom at the end of the tiny house, and just beyond it, there’s a dedicated office area for working from home. There’s also a washer/dryer unit and a storage staircase. It’s for sale for $70,000 in Sedro-Woolley, Washington.
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Beautiful Natural Wood Tiny Home w/ Office Space
The main living space has a super comfy chair!
There’s a small loft over the kitchen and bathroom.
There’s a lot of headroom in the loft bedroom.
There’s a nice little window over the sink.
A washer-dryer unit sits in the staircase.
Here’s the compact office space.
There’s some good storage here for paperwork.
There’s a two-burner cooktop and a mini fridge.
Plenty of storage under the sink.
A little flip-up table for eating meals.
Wow! Lots more storage here.
The staircase goes up to the loft bedroom.
The plywood walls are sleek.
Lots of upper windows provide light.
There’s a bathroom with a residential toilet.
There’s a small vanity and a shower.
A beautiful mountain landscape is painted on the back of the THOW.
The rest of the THOW is a pretty blue color.
$70,000. This brand new tiny home feels bigger on the inside! The windows and high ceilings make you feel like you are in a large and airy space. With this tiny home, you have everything you need to live the dream.
– Size: 8’ X 24’
– Butcher block countertops.
– Custom hardwood dining table—folds down when not in use.
– Montana Ghostwood accent wall.
– Natural wood interior wall and ceiling panels (Sande wood).
– Hemlock trim.
– Custom sapele (“African mahogany”) accents.
– Storage under under stairs, and storage under stair treads.
– Sleeping loft 72″ deep by 89″.
– Office area with cabinet.
– Closet for hanging clothing.
– Combination washer/dryer included.
– Two-burner propane stovetop.
– Durable metal roof.
– R-13 fiberglass insulation.
– Eleven foot high ceiling.
– 4-speed Ceiling fan.
– Small fridge included.
– RV-style plug-in electrical service (50 amps).
– Ready for connection to sewer or septic system.
– Easy water hookup with garden hose style fittings.
– Bathroom vanity and sink.
– Standard-size flushing toilet.
– 23” × 35” shower.
– 11,000 btu propane heater with cozy visible flame.
– 120,000 BTU exterior propane-fired on-demand water heater.
– Two-burner propane cooktop.
– Exterior power outlets and motion-sensor security lights.
– Exterior utility hutch equipped with dual 5 gallon propane tanks.
– Custom-built 20 ft. trailer designed for tiny home construction.
– Full size kitchen sink and three-drawer cabinet unit.
– Laminate flooring.
– 72“x80” lockable sliding glass door.
– Windows: 24”x24” (5), 24”x48” (5), 48”x48” (2).
– Exterior deck lights.
– Dedicated 20 amp circuits for fridge, microwave, and bathroom.
– Shelf for microwave (microwave is the only appliance not included).
– Add $500 for the 8’x4′ treated wood deck.
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Great layout for the size but for my taste far to high. I don’t like lofts at all they aren’t for older guys and the FL climate. The dining table is a bit to small and when it could be a fold down one this issue could be resolved. The popular sliding sliding windows aren’t suitable for hurricane battled FL either. Outward opening windows and doors are the way to go because the were pressed into the frame by strong winds and can be opened at light rain, too.
Though, eliminating loft would help go with an over wheel trailer to avoid dealing with wheel wells and that would give more space to fit a larger folding dining table.
Well, the dining table does fold down but there just isn’t a lot of room there because of the wheel well and window. Add on leaves extensions may work, though…
Hella great price for this nicely turned out home at only $70k. Not totally turned out of over the top in expensive -finishes, yet, except for an AC or a mini-split it seems to have everything needed. And I always LOVE having spaces and things that I can either tweak a bit or add to, making it more….me. I do have one major change that in my book must be made — protection from stepping off the edge or rolling off the edge (if you are an active sleeper) of the loft bedroom. I am horrified just from looking at the photo. No LOL there. I really like this home! Congratulations.