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Cahill Works 105 sq. ft. Tiny Guest Suite


This is an adorable micro THOW designed by Cahill Works as a little guest suite or office, but of course, the super-minimalist could find a way to make it a home sweet home. It comes in at just 105 sq. ft. with no loft, which helps it feel extra spacious inside.

The walls are maple and the decor is a sleek black. You could replace the futon with a desk in order to make it office space. What do you think about it? It’s for sale in California for $72,500.

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14 ft. Modern Mobile Office or Guest Room

Cahill Works 105 sq. ft. Tiny Guest Suite

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You walk into the house where there’s a futon.

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Here it is ready for bedtime mode.

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There’s a kitchenette next to the couch.

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Through the doorway is a compact bathroom.

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Some upper cabinets for dishes.

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Lots of windows for fresh light.

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Rainfall showerhead in the shower.

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Flush toilet.

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There’s even storage in the shower walls.

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Sleek and modern exterior.

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Here are the utilities set up outside.

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What would you use this little THOW for?

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Here’s the layout for those interested.

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Details:

-105 Total square feet
-14ft House Length
-19.5ft Trailer Length
-8.5ft Wide
-12.5ft Height
-Studio/No Loft
-Kitchen (sink & cabinets)
-Bathroom (Shower & Toilet)
-Shower, 32in w/ Rain Shower
-Flush Toilet, Water Saving
-50amp Power, Plug-in Ready
-LP Instant Water Heater (external)
-Mini-Split AC and Heat
-Steel Roofing
-Aluminum Double Pane Windows
-Solid Wood Door w/ Large Window
-Wood Framework
-Maple Walls, Floor, and Ceiling
-Well Insulated
-Wired Smoke Detector
-Trailer & Tires are 2021
-Fire Extinguisher Included
-Mini Fridge Included
-Couch/Bed Included
-NOAH Certified

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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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  • Maria Kentala
    May 7, 2022, 6:26 am

    72,000.00 for this! What drugs are they on! No way for 105 sq ft!

    • James D.
      May 7, 2022, 10:55 am

      Well, thanks to inflation, what was $61,386.00 in 2017 is now $72,000.00 because that’s how much less our money is worth now… While this is in California, just about everything there is going to be higher priced, and the builder caters to those who are concerned about having a healthy to live in structure. So everything as natural as possible with non-toxic or low to no-VOC properties. Add, things like organic linseed oil finish on exposed wood surfaces is not a cheap process…

      Regular commercial linseed oil has solvents, etc. mixed into it, to help it cure faster, and would be toxic enough to need to be handled with gloves until it fully cures.

      Mind, there are people who are chemically sensitive and could have their health impacted by how most structures are built these days. Along with people really into everything being organic, sustainable, etc. So they’re paying for something a bit more than just the basic structure… Just doesn’t apply to everyone…

  • Betty
    May 7, 2022, 12:42 pm

    Considering inflation and the types of materials used, the price seems spot-on. It looks like something that will last a long time and can be used in a few different ways. With payments, this could be far less expensive than any other option for building an addition or renting space. And it’s far better looking than a camper or RV! I’d rather buy quality and know it will last.

  • Mame
    May 9, 2022, 12:45 am

    The tiny house is cute and gorgeous, I love it. With all the quality, finishes and all the details, mentioned above, I will say that $72,000 is a steal.

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