This is the Brighton 8′ 6″ x 24′ THOW by Molecule Tiny Homes for sale in Santa Cruz, California.
Built on a gooseneck trailer, this bright yellow beauty includes a shed-style roof, tons of windows and two loft bedrooms, including the one you can stand in. There’s also a living room, bathroom with flush toilet, and well-stocked kitchen.
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24-Foot Brighton Gooseneck THOW by Molecule Tiny Homes
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It is nice to see people trying out very different configurations for Thows. Having said that it is not the configuration for me as I would want open spaces but I do like the bit of a bath added. Thanks
I really like the fit and finish look that I think I see in the photo gallery.
I don’t consider the goose neck step up to be a loft. With only 4 std stairs with railing to access it, I see it more as a split level.
The kitchen looks to be enclosed and somewhat cramped and that’s a negative to me.
I like it enough to check out the builders web site for other plans though.
I’m glad you liked it, Fred 🙂
It reminds me of a cross between aTiny House and a Manufactured Home. It’s the wall covering.
Lots of rooms and ideal workmanship! Well done!
I see a common mistake with THOW with the use of heat pumps. You never know where you will end up. If it is someplace cold you need a unit rated for low temps, or it simply will not heat. They cost a few hundred dollars more but since they are generally more energy efficient your electric costs will be lower even while you are in warmer climates.
Good thing to consider!
I completely agree with your thoughts on the heat pump. I would rather have a stove, or a marine style heater.
Very pretty, except for the diagonal beams. They don’t fit in this type of roof line.
Curious about the height of the second floor rooms? Is the ladder fixed in place or are you able to move it when not accessing? With such a small foot print I am a little surprised that you enclosed the kitchen, unless cooking isn’t something that is a high priority for the end user.