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Chattahoochee Tiny House

This is the Chattahoochee Tiny House on Wheels.

Well, actually, it’s a Park Model Tiny House.

It’s built by Rustic River in Hamilton, Alabama.

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  • Rick Zwetsch August 17, 2016, 5:34 pm

    Alex, looks like the Chattahoochee and Rustic River links are busted.

  • Sarah August 17, 2016, 5:39 pm

    This porch with the red chairs is to die for! I can totally see hosting my Stitch and Bitch group here! Gorgeous place.

  • Christa Furlow August 17, 2016, 10:30 pm

    What a beautiful foundation-worthy home ;)

  • Emily c. August 17, 2016, 11:38 pm

    Now this is the size tiny house I could live in. Still small but has room for me to turn around and not smash into a wall.

    • Eric August 18, 2016, 4:36 am

      But still enough lack of room to crack your skull on the low hanging roof in the sleeping quarters. Which is why if I go down this route I will have a single level TH.

      • GRandall August 18, 2016, 10:37 am

        I believe that is just the loft. The house has a lower level bedroom with queen size bed in the rear of the house.

        • Eric August 19, 2016, 6:46 pm

          Correct that there are 2 bedroom locations downstairs… one with bunks and one with a (maybe?) standard double bed.

          Upstairs in the loft is where the Queen size bed is, or it sure looks like it in the photo. And where the wrong kind of head banging can occur.

          Hence my comment re: single level TH for me.

  • M. Hellman August 18, 2016, 10:51 am

    Too much wood for my taste but otherwise… Stunning. Love the bathroom.

  • Trish Dee August 18, 2016, 12:02 pm

    Love, love, love the porch, the ceiling height, and the workable kitchen. However, claustraphobia would sure set if you had to sleep in the top bunk.

  • Betty August 18, 2016, 5:56 pm

    I would put in a closet instead of bunk beds. Love everything about this tiny home.

  • Nikki August 18, 2016, 10:25 pm

    Love this little house! Just beautiful. I have to agree with M. Hellman that there is to much wood for me as well, but that’s an easy fix. Love the design.

    • james August 19, 2016, 10:33 am

      As a builder of tiny homes, I can tell you that drywall does not travel well! There are other alternatives, but wood is the most flexible way to do an interior, especially if it is going to be moved at all. Beautiful house!

  • oxide August 19, 2016, 11:44 am

    The only thing I would change is to move the porch from the end to the side, to make the house L-shaped and look less like a single-wide. But that would totally re-design the construction.

    The Rustic River website doesn’t list a price, but I googled and found a dealer website which lists a discounted summer special base price of $63,880 for 385 sq ft.

    Looks like the porch and sleeping loft are not part of the 385 sq ft. So if you include everything, this borders more on a “small” house than a “tiny” house. IMO 350-450 sq ft is a perfect size, as opposed to 150-250 sq ft. At least for me, those extra 200 sq ft give me the psychological relief in being able to take at least a few steps inside the house. In a THOW, since everything is in arm’s reach, I may as well be strapped down like in a space capsule.

    • Steve in Palm Bay August 21, 2016, 7:27 am

      Oxide,

      I like both of your comments: if it were possible, move that wonderful porch to the side and the size issue. As I have so many of my dysfunctional family members, I know they will drop by.

  • Nanny M August 20, 2016, 6:31 am

    This is SOO nice, and a good size for comfort.

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN August 20, 2016, 7:49 am

    This manufactured house would be just perfect for the community I live in right now.. But I am unhappy here because of the nosy neighbors that are always in my business, and feel it nessary to comment on every thing I do on the land I lease here… I would however love to have this house or a house of some what the same tastes as this one as I find it to fit my life style, in the location that I have been trying to acquire for some time now but negations are at a stand still as we can not agree on the price of the land… Secondly I have another idea, which is to have a home of this type if not to extremely heavy, to be put on a barge or pontoons and create a house boat of sorts of it, which would really tickle my fancy…! I know to much information… LoL..! Such is my life….! Great house…!

    • Michael L August 20, 2016, 11:06 pm

      I always enjoy your comments! I too live in one of those nosey neighborhoods. Only mine is a whole village. This home would be perfect on a couple of acres in the country. Or maybe like you said as a floating home. I would have to dobsomething with all the wood though.

      • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN August 21, 2016, 10:18 am

        No this is a village of around 4200 residents and I have folks coming from as far as 16 streets away and further… But not all areas are like that you can find a nice place if you are really looking.. I have gone past this one little parcel almost 10 years before I even thought about it… I even lived at one short period of time a few hundred feet from it, and never thought about it.. It wasn’t until I did a google search for local areas of land for sale when I noticed it, and found out it was of decent price and would not be to far from my scope of means… I’m working on it but negotiations are slow….! And thank you for the complement….

        • Eric August 25, 2016, 5:48 am

          Holy Moly… 4200 people qualifies as a town here in NZ.

  • DIANNE KNOX August 20, 2016, 9:30 am

    THIS IS BEAUTIFUL. IF I WAS GOING TO LIVE IN A TINY HOUSE, THIS IS THE ONE.

  • ROSEE August 21, 2016, 9:32 am

    After looking at this site for some time, I can say that it is one of the longest tiny house I have ever seen. Everything looks well placed and planned out. Love the screened in porch. If it was mine, I’d use the bunks for closed in sewing center or office space.
    Still it’s well done and beautiful!

  • jm August 22, 2016, 1:59 pm

    Can’t tell if this is on wheels or site built. But with soaring ceilings everywhere I would have a normal height loft. Nice workmanship. A little too much exposed wood for my taste–but easily remedied. You don’t see a screened deck that big on a tiny house. At some point walls can be added and that can be enclosed space…because I don’t see much of a dining area.

    • oxide August 24, 2016, 3:39 pm

      If you have a normal height loft, that becomes a legit second floor, so those ~130 sq ft now count. Enclosing the porch would add another 110 sq ft. So you would have a 2-bedroom house at 625 sq, which kinda pushes the limits of “small.” Not that this is a bad thing, just sayin’…

      • Eric August 25, 2016, 5:54 am

        At 625 sq ft that’d be smaller than Kim Kartrashian’s (cough, cough) powder room. Just sayin’… ; )

  • jm August 25, 2016, 1:59 am

    The porch already has a roof, foundation, flooring, and screened walls. This already is square footage and cost added to the house. If you need the square footage of the porch you may as well enclosed it for not much more money and use it year round. Same thing with extending the walls up a little more in the loft. You’ve already paid for everything else.

    • Eric August 25, 2016, 5:58 am

      Why on EARTH would you enclose the porch in Alabama? Even “I” know that it gets mighty hot and sweaty in Alabama during the sweltering season. And I live half way around the world.

      Screened in porch is indeed eminently suitable for its location.

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN August 25, 2016, 6:45 am

    Here they stack us on lots of 50′ X 170′ ft. dig a few holes in the ground in between them and call them lakes and build a club house to collect money every way they can with out giving you something in return,, Oh and if it is a golfing community such as this they lay out a pattern sink 18 more holes and call it a golfing country club estate….! Lmao…! lease you land to sit your house upon and collect a maintenance fee for as long as you can pay…!

  • jm August 29, 2016, 5:31 am

    Haven’t seen many tiny houses with screened porches. Probably can’t afford to waste the real estate. But in Alabama, and throughout the entire SE of the states MANY houses do not have screened porches. Some us air conditioning and some use…windows. Or both.

  • linda rousseau September 12, 2016, 4:11 pm

    i love this house, just need to find someone in alaska to build it when i go back home..hopefully less than a year…how much does this one cost?

  • Lisa September 13, 2016, 4:55 pm

    Love, Love, Love, this tiny(or small) home. The bunk beds would be perfect as our daughters are small. Once they are a bit older, and could move into the loft, I would turn the bunkbed space into a closet/laundry area I think. I would change the bathroom a little, Not a fan of the metal horse trough like sink or metal base. Looking for something to put on a piece of land in Colorado. This would be perfect to enjoy the mountain views from the porch. Can’t take Florida summers anymore, time to become a snowbird and only winter here.

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