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Classic Double Loft by Rich’s Portable Cedar Cabins

This is the Classic Double Loft Model by Rich’s Portable Cedar Cabins.

This model costs between $65,000 and $70,000 depending on finishes.

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Classic Double Loft by Rich’s Portable Cedar Cabins

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Highlights: 

  • Less than 400 sf
  • 21′ long (240 sf) loft; ceiling height to 4’6″
  • Loft railing easily removable to accommodat furniture.
  • Queen-sized bed in downstairs bedroom (multiple options)
  • Full sized one piece fiberglass tub
  • Standard porcelain toilet and a sink
  • Variations allow for an 18″ dishwasher and disposal in kitchen
  • Fully wired to NEC.
  • Exterior Height: 15’10”; Width: 13’10”; Length: 45′ (includes 10′ porch)
  • Interior Width: 12’4″; Length: 32′
  • Interior Living Space: 396 sq ft
  • Loft Space: 240 sq ft
  • Loft Height: 4’6″
  • Weight: Approximately 24,000 lbs
  • Standard features:
  • 2×4 wall construction 16″ oc
  • R-13 wall insulation
  • 2×6 floor joist 16″ oc
  • R-16 floor insulation
  • Factory trusses rated for your location (60 lb is standard)
  • R-30 ceiling insulation
  • Laminate flooring on the main level
  • Carpet in the loft
  • Double pane low energy efficient windows
  • Hickory cabinets
  • Stairs accessing the loft
  • Wood interior (wall and ceiling coverings)
  • Two coats of lacquer wall and ceiling
  • All wood Oregon style trim
  • Laminate counter tops
  • One piece 60×32″ fiberglass tub/shower
  • Recessed lighting
  • Ceiling fan in livingroom
  • 30″ gas or electric range
  • Range hood
  • 14.4 cf 28″ wide fridge
  • Cedar lap exterior siding and trim stained cedar tone
  • Electric heat
  • 50 amp RV power cord with 120 amp main panel service box
  • Options:
  • Bed projection with storage
  • Laundry Ctr.
  • Flooring: laminate (other than standard), hardwood, carpet, vinyl
  • Siding: log, smart panel lap siding (painted), cedar lap (standard)
  • Window panes
  • 10′ cedar deck (or other deck material)
  • Roofing color
  • Tongue on the porch end
  • On-demand propane or electric water heater
  • Air conditioning
  • Propane RV forced air furnace
  • Wood stove
  • Propane fireplace
  • Propane radiant heat (vented through the wall)
  • Dishwasher
  • Patio door to the porch
  • Microwave/range hood
  • Special appliances (black or stainless)
  • 30 amp RV cord
  • Holding tanks
  • Split the black and gray water
  • Custom window and door placement

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Natalie 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.




{ 18 comments… add one }
  • Janet November 30, 2016, 5:46 pm

    This tiny house is absolutely gorgeous. I love the light and open airy feeling. There is so much storage space. Take out the oven, put in a stacked washer/dryer and I’ll move in tomorrow. Unfortunately, the price is too high for me and another crash is coming! Unless you can build a tiny home yourself or with others, buying a tiny home is no longer an inexpensive investment. I may just have to rent my apartment forever. Lotto tickets???

    • Bill Burgess November 30, 2016, 7:03 pm

      Not to worry Janet. New Cavco Park Models start about $21K and are the same size without loft. Loft models add to the cost. I have a great singles plan if you can get them to build it that has 1.5 bath, W/D, D/W, on demand HW and L.E.D. lighting. I have had used 12X55 trailers given to me in Tuscon at times so If you can relocate you might do some shopping for deals on CL in the area you want to live…Parking space will be the issue..

  • Linda Hodges November 30, 2016, 6:17 pm

    THIS is a beauty. EVERYTHING you need or want. LOTS of storage and no real wasted space. I like the fact that the refrig doors can open ALL THE way so that the drawers can be pulled out and cleaned. It is FANTASTIC. Put it on a concrete slab, and it is HOME!

  • ROSEE November 30, 2016, 8:19 pm

    Oh, oh, oh! Am I ever in love with this one! Wish I had a lot and I’d get me one just like this one. Hmmmmm!

    • Natalie Natalie December 1, 2016, 10:28 am

      I’m so glad you love it :) — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Davi Rodrigues November 30, 2016, 11:57 pm

    Beautiful!
    But 24,000 lbs, 16 feet tall, and over 13 feet wide? This doesn’t tow down any highways I’m familiar with

    • Natalie Natalie December 1, 2016, 10:28 am

      It’s certainly a one-time-haul :) — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Malcolm Smith December 1, 2016, 3:10 am

    Well designed and it does look great. And yes,it is on a trailer. I do like it. But is this really tiny house living?? I don’t think so. I live in smaller sq ft than this and don’t consider myself to be living tiny!

  • Malcolm Smith December 1, 2016, 3:26 am

    Not exactly”tiny ” house living is it!!??
    Great design though.

  • Nanny M December 1, 2016, 8:33 am

    One of my faves! All I need to add is the washer/dryer. Amazing how they got so much in, yet doesn’t feel cramped. Just need to find a place for it. Love it!

  • Frankie December 1, 2016, 5:04 pm

    Are there any communities that allow tiny home owners to have a fence?

    • Natalie Natalie December 2, 2016, 8:40 am

      Hmm good question. I’m sure some! Or at least that you could ask to have one if you wanted it. — Tiny House Talk Team

      • Bill Burgess December 2, 2016, 2:10 pm

        Which brings up another question…I wonder how RV Parks feel about Moats? My Castle design has Draw Bridges and a Moat…I was thinking the Moat could be a lap pool or share a lot with my Waterwheel design for Katy in Finland…A real shame I have not figured out how to share some of my designs with your blog…

        • Natalie Natalie December 5, 2016, 10:32 am

          Haha a moat? Very interesting! You can send your designs to help@tinyhousetalk.com if you’d like :)

  • jm December 2, 2016, 10:01 am

    Maybe a zoning alternative for one who gives up nothing.

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