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Breathtaking Tiny Getaway from Handcrafted Movement

This is the Tiny Getaway, the latest from Handcrafted Movement, who brought us the Urban Craftsman that we all loved.

It sports a very similar layout to the Craftsman, but has a bright cottage-like interior that I just adore.

Plus the builder managed to pack in just about everything you could want: A couch that turns into a bed, a spacious kitchen, a built-in desk, a roomy and bright loft bedroom, and a large bathroom featuring a washer/dryer combo unit. There’s even space for hanging clothing! Add in a second loft and the luxurious decor choices, and this is a 10/10 in my book.

Did I mention it was for sale? Specs, price and contact info below.

Related: Stunning Urban Craftsman Tiny House on Wheels

Breathtaking Tiny Getaway from Handcrafted Movement

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Scotland.

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  • Meg March 10, 2017, 9:36 am

    I really like this wood and white color palette. Very soothing and inviting.

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN March 10, 2017, 2:41 pm

    Well I can’t find a asking price for this house on this page, or any of the linking pages… But it would be hard to deny that a lot of hand craftsmanship went into the finishing trim, cabinets, and partial furnishings of this tiny house… It is well finished I’ll give it that, and I may gave past judgement harshly on it in past review.. It is a lovely house, and I could see if the asking price was in the mid $50,000.00 dollar range as it very pretty…!

    • Bill Burgess March 10, 2017, 3:12 pm

      I too have some issues with price. However the design as a whole is excellent and would work well in my system with Park Model RV’s. I particularly like how the ceiling was done with the lighting as well. Materials and basic appliances were well matched. Imagine 12′ wide and in a fixed location so all the lovely isn’t rattling around down some freeway…

    • Eric March 10, 2017, 8:24 pm

      Asking price is up there… $75,000. Cheap as chips. NOT! lqtm

  • Claude March 10, 2017, 3:15 pm

    Very chic, classy, love the ceiling. Nice size bathroom, very well appointed. Good size too.

  • Linda March 10, 2017, 4:05 pm

    Love the woodwork!!! Also great idea with the couch/bed, just perfect for us older folks that don’t do well with steps and still have room to move around. Great use of inches to feet. Love cubbys. Price is way out of my league tho. Thanks for sharing all your hard work!!!😁

  • david March 10, 2017, 5:12 pm

    Gorgeous! Compared with an Escape the price is justified. Typically the builders double the materials price, and so 35k for materials I can imagine it costs. Everything is high-end here. The ceiling helps air quality, very smart. I myself would have liked one or more loft windows in those squares though.

  • Michael L March 10, 2017, 7:28 pm

    Wow… my new favorite. Now if I could commit to the $75k asking price it could be mine!

  • Anthonie March 10, 2017, 8:20 pm

    Coffered ceiling? Talk about delusions of grandeur LOL Just kidding, it’s gorgeous!

  • alice h March 10, 2017, 9:10 pm

    Love that huge window and comfy lounging area, also the desk at a good sized window. Out of my price range but lots of bells and whistles on this one.

  • Eileen O'Connor March 10, 2017, 11:52 pm

    Love it! Just out of my price range. Way out!

  • keepyourpower March 10, 2017, 11:53 pm

    I don’t see much storage. That one little hanging area, between the kitchen, and the desk…can you imagine the cooking odors?

    It IS beautiful! I have never seen the white painted brick, in a tiny house, before. I am sure it is faux brick, but I sure like it! How does one stay warm upstairs, in this THOW? I see the little one, right against the huge window. Seems you would lose a lot of your heat, that way. And the one little vent, by the desk, integrated in the stairwell. Still does not seem enough, especially for Northern Winters. Where is your A/C? The stairs just are not large enough for me. Any storage that I did not see? Where do you put your broom, vacuum, ironing board, mop? Would love to see a shallow closet, somewhere near the kitchen, where you could place those tall items, like the broom etc..maybe some hanging room, also..for us ladies long dresses.

    Again, though, it is a beautiful THOW!

  • Dawn March 11, 2017, 12:43 pm

    I would eliminate the window and desk under the stairs, add some storage inside some of the stairs and a closet where the desk is now. Other than that this home is lovely!

  • Annette March 11, 2017, 3:07 pm

    Never a fan of the shed roof, this is none-the-less compelling and elegant.
    Well done guys!

    Meantime regarding that cost of $75K — it’s all relative, isn’t it? Some bespoke kitchens in fine houses cost that.

    I’m assuming that people who know how to build their own TH can see ways to get around the costs for a lot less. But for the rest of us who have no skills, no tools, no time and no place to conduct such a project, investing half that in quality materials alone and a trailer represents a big gamble that might not work out.

    For those who can, I salute you. Do I want to gamble on building a house I seriously contemplate living in full-time, in a mountain climate?

    I think not. When I do it, I will want to get on with the business of living.

    With prices for a new Airstream luxury model of comparable size running in the thin air anwhere from $90K to $150K (intended for travel and part-time living) $70K appears to be relatively competitive for a “real” house.

    Thanks for sharing – and to everyone for their comments. The questions raised are really valuable. I can’t stop myself from chiming in yet again. I find the endless variations on the Tiny House Theme really fascinating.

    This is a beautiful project.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 13, 2017, 10:05 am

      Totally agree, Annette. My parents are incredibly handy people and they have a gorgeous home at half the cost (or more!) of a traditionally built one because they look for deals and DIY and aren’t afraid of tools. But when they go to sell their home, I’m sure they will get that sweat equity back because they spent time and effort making a great house! Same with tiny homes. You pay more for other people’s skills, and it’s often VERY worth it!

  • Cande Keller March 11, 2017, 6:52 pm

    Curious where the refrig. is at. Well built but like a previous post mentioned where to you keep vacuum, ironing board etc.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee March 13, 2017, 9:52 am

      Hmm I’d think under the counter? Not sure though! And the ironing board, I’d get one to hook over the bathroom door. And I’d get a little vacuum you could either leave in the loft or tucked in the bathroom someplace. When you go tiny, you just have to make do haha.

  • Karin March 12, 2017, 10:31 pm

    Beautiful build…and price is probably less than double the materials. I think the ceiling is my favorite along with the wood that they used for most of the surfaces. Whomever buys this home is going to be very happy. I’m sad that it’s not me.

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