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Casa Mia Tiny House with a Two Bedroom Second Floor

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The 34′ Casa Mia shines with its two-bedroom loft that allows for full walking headroom, making it much more like a second floor. You climb the staircase from the kitchen and first enter the smaller bedroom, which has a full wall of separation from the following room that can fit a king bed.

Another great feature is the mudroom hallway, which offers a spot to kick off your shoes and hang up coats that are separate from the living room and kitchen. Plus, there’s a spacious bathroom with a large walk-in shower, leaving very little to be desired! What’s your favorite part of this design?

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34 ft. Tiny House with a Mudroom Hallway

The large appliances would make it easier for a family to live here.

How fun is the slide-out espresso machine?

Large sliding glass doors welcome you into the living space.

Storage benches and a mini-split.

So much counter space!

Here’s the mudroom hallway, with a closet right when you walk in.

And the large walk-in shower with a window.

Beautiful bowl sink.

Headed upstairs.

Here’s the first room where you could fit kids.

And the bed isn’t even on the floor!

There’s a nook, storage, and a door!

A hatch opens from the first bedroom when wanted for airflow.

And these big windows let the fresh air inside.

VIDEO: Casa Mia Tiny Home Tour


  • Features included:
  • 10.5m L (11.5m L incl bump-out) x 3m W
  • 6 x lifting jacks
  • 100mm thick polystyrene under-floor insulation
  • Steel framed
  • Fully insulated walls, ceiling and floor
  • Double glazed joinery
  • Rinnai or Rheem 24L Gas califont
  • Electrical and gas fitting carried out by certified professionals
  • Electrical Warrant of Fitness and Gas Certificate
  • Cladding in iron – profile choices available
  • PIR insulated panel roof with Colorsteel rib roofing exterior
  • Gutter and downpipe for rain water collection
  • High grade interior 9mm ply linings on walls (clear coated or painted)
  • Downlights, powerpoints, USB chargers and TV socket
  • 2 x outdoor lights
  • Safe-T-Alert gas detection unit
  • Bedroom 1 – master is 11.5m2 with full height walking
  • Bedroom 2 – 8.5m2 and can fit two single beds or king bed
  • Kitchen with large tri-fold window including laminated benchtops, stainless steel sink and tapware, Robinhood slimline rangehood, slide-out coffee station
  • Downstairs storeroom with full height wardrobes, stair storage and laundry leading out to back door
  • Bathroom with 1500mm end shower, extractor fan, vanity, tapware, heated towel rail and toilet roll holder
  • 100% waterproof vinyl plank 8mm thick flooring
  • Extras:
  • Triple axle trailer (warrant for 1 year and 3 year registration)
  • Solid wood flooring/carpet
  • Fridge/freezer, oven, gas hobs, dish drawer, UV water filter
  • Insect screens/blockout blinds
  • Changes from standard kitchen
  • Toilet
  • Shower dome
  • Tiled splash back above vanity
  • LED or other bathroom mirror
  • Extra wardrobes
  • Pre-finished architectural birch ply ceiling
  • Exterior wooden cladding (subject to availability)
  • Air conditioning/DVS
  • Skylights
  • Fireplace
  • 45kg gas bottle (arrange connection with Genesis or Elgas)
  • Transportation of tiny home
  • Site preparation for tiny home

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Natalie C. McKee

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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  • Eric
    September 16, 2022, 6:23 pm

    How fun is the slide-out espresso machine?

    More like how unfun is the espresso machine when somebody wants to use the fridge and can’t because of the
    #@!* espresso machine.

    • Anna Wendt
      September 17, 2022, 12:00 am


    • October 18, 2022, 1:01 am

      Just remember you can use the espresso machine WITHOUT pulling it out. The only reason I designed it as a pull out is to access the grinder which is a separate appliance to the machine itself and to keep it off the main two benches! If you get stuck wondering how to access the items in the fridge when it’s pulled out, you can always do it before you start to pull the machine out. 🙂

  • Maria Kentala
    September 17, 2022, 5:55 am

    one mini split for the whole house? The up stairs would be like an oven. I bet this costs over a 100,000.00.

    • James D.
      September 17, 2022, 1:19 pm

      It’s unlikely to be like an oven, since the typical Mini-Split is overkill for a tiny house. Unless there’s no airflow and the unit is pointed in the wrong direction then they can easily condition the whole space. It’s usually more a issue using the Mini-Split for heating. Most examples of multiple Interior units are because there are spaces closed off from the rest of the home, such as for a bedroom, etc.

      However, it’s always an option with custom builders to have the builder upgrade the Mini-Split if you want to be sure. Some systems can have multiple interior units for every one exterior unit, and allow each to be zoned for independent control.

      While this is in NZ, just about everything cost more to build there. The average home price in Oakland, for example, is $825,000, which you can compare to Los Angeles, in the states, average of $633,000. So yes, it’s well over $100,000…

      • October 17, 2022, 11:11 pm

        Hi everyone,
        I’m the proud owner of this Casa Mis design and its absolutely beautiful and exquisite in style.
        There are countless louver windows in the top portions of the house for complete ventilation. From one end of the house to the other. One is even positioned at the top of the stairs so air can be vented from below in summer.

        The air conditioning is perfectly located so allow for cool air to be directed directly to the second and master bedrooms via an opening in the bedroom. Perfect for winter and summer!

      • October 18, 2022, 1:02 am

        The mini split is absolutely perfect for both hot days and cold days! It is adequate enough to cool and heat all corners of this home!

      • Eric
        June 24, 2023, 8:44 pm

        Sure you CAN leave the espresso machine in BUT you run the risk of ruining the woodwork from the steam. I had a friend who did just that… while not a BIG expense, it was never the less an expense.

        And while everything costs more than the states, your not comparing apples with apples. It’s called currency conversions. So in actuality would be around about the same, maybe a little more. But not exorbitantly so.

        • James D.
          June 25, 2023, 7:22 am

          I’m well aware and always consider currency conversion, it’s still higher cost. While a Mini Split isn’t something that can really help with humidity or air flow. There’s no exchange with the outside air and it has to run a long time to help with humidity. So shouldn’t be relied on for that…

          So it just matters how well it’s built, how good any ventilation system works, and whether there’s any actual humidity control system in place.

          Proper craftmanship there would be a problem regardless of any one thing. It’s just that not everyone builds to that level. Though, that’s one reason for more expensive builds.

        • James D.
          June 25, 2023, 7:24 am

          *would “not” be a problem..

  • Nick Martin
    September 26, 2022, 6:16 pm

    Good except for the fossil gas, indoor air quality issues.

  • May 25, 2023, 6:38 am

    A group of well-known people in Sydney work on gas lines.
    They are praised for good work. Sunibula does the work.
    It provides very good service to common people like us.
    Also works with high quality parts. Work efficiency is very good.

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