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Architect Tiny House with Amazing Interior for $89,999

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This is a 24-foot modern tiny house on wheels in Rhode Island for $89,999 built by Cam Chafee of Cam Builds.

It features a black exterior with a slanted roof and a really unique and functional interior with lots of brightness. It’s definitely worth a look. This tiny house was even recently featured in an episode of Tiny House Giant Journey on YouTube. Check it out and watch the episode for a tour of the house below.

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Architect’s Bright and Modern 24-Foot Tiny House in Rhode Island for $89,999

This new and custom-built 24′ tiny house on wheels is a stunner, with its beautiful wood interior that hosts plenty of function as well as style. The kitchen has a peninsula for eating and gathering, there’s ample seating throughout, a decently large bathroom, and a loft that fits a queen size bed. If you’re looking for a tiny home with all the bells and whistles, this might be the one…

The toilet is currently a dry flush toilet so there is no black water. The bathroom has a shower area as well as a vanity. All custom.

The tiny house feels deceptively large, thanks to the strategic placement of windows and a lofted ceiling. Not to mention, the beautiful and sleek lighting that’s built right into the ceiling.

This tiny home is perfect for those looking for a small space to call their own, or for those looking for an investment property that can generate rental income.

There’s space for a washer/dryer unit, as well as plenty of storage throughout.

Additionally, there is enough gathering, living, and storage space to make this a comfortable and functional home.

The large windows and lofted ceiling make the tiny house feel much bigger than it is.

One side of the house has lots of open windows to take in any views and let in natural light, while the other side is more private.

The dark exterior opens up to a warm and light interior. The space stays cool with cross ventilation, and when that isn’t enough, the mini split can cool it down quickly. There is also a lot of storage space under the couch.

Some of the features inside the home include a handmade backsplash, a 21″ Dometic gas range and oven, a 3.1 Cu ft Magic Chef Fridge, and custom baltic birch counters.

The home also has a Senville cooling and heating mini split, and an Eccotemp FVI12-LP Liquid Propane Gas Tankless Water Heater.

This is a newly built tiny home that is 24 feet long, 8’6″ wide, and 13’3″ tall. It weighs in at 10,500 pounds and is made with a wood frame construction on a trailer with two 6-ton axles.

Look at the custom staircase/ladder to the loft.

It really seems to have been crafted with care and attention to detail in every feature. See for yourself in the video tour below to get a feel for the love that went into its design and construction!

The tiny home has fiberglass insulation and is built on a trailer with two 6-ton axles. The tires have always been covered. This is a well-built tiny home that would be perfect for anyone looking to downsize or live a simpler life in an architect-designed tiny house.

VIDEO TOUR: Modern Tiny Home w/ Gorgeous Wood Interior


  • Architect designed and built
  • 24′ long, 8’6″ wide, 13’3″ tall
  • 235 square feet
  • Wood frame construction
  • Built in 2022
  • Located in Rhode Island
  • $89,999

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  • Marsha Cowan
    July 26, 2022, 8:07 pm

    Really nice! Absolutely lovely! Intriguing stairs. . .

  • Marcy
    July 31, 2022, 10:54 am

    I’m sure they work fine, but I’d be nervous to step on those stairs.

    • James D.
      July 31, 2022, 7:10 pm

      Understandable, it’s kinda the intent with floating stairs or steps. The actual support structure is minimized or hidden to make it look like there’s little to nothing supporting the structure but it’s actually something really strong like steel that’s anchored to the load bearing structure. While often covering it with material that makes it seem less substantial like glass, wood, or in this case plywood treads, making it seem that’s the support structure instead of the steel and thus enhancing the impression that it shouldn’t be working…

      Similar to floating shelves, etc.

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