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Country Retreat Tiny House by Handcrafted Movement

This Country Retreat located in central Tennessee was built by Handcrafted Movement, used lightly by the first owner, and then repurchased and renovated by Handcrafted Movement. They’re now selling the 34′ THOW with the upgrades including fresh paint and a new tiled shower stall and a mini-split system.

The house features a beautiful downstairs sleeping area that can be sectioned off with large floor-to-ceiling curtains. The kitchen has an oven and apartment-sized fridge, perfect for full-time living. In the bathroom, you’ll find a residential toilet, a glass-and-tile shower stall, and a lovely vanity with storage. It’s listed for $115,000.

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Handcrafted Movement Tiny Home w/ First Floor Bedroom

The queen bedroom is separated with dramatic curtains.

Notice the stunning detail work on the ceiling.

There’s a loft as well for guests, kids, or storage.

The green hutch is a perfect kitchen extension.

There’s a removable ladder to get to the loft.

The loft bedroom has one large window.

There’s an apartment-sized fridge.

A cute little oven.

I adore the flooring!

The bathroom has a residential toilet.

A nice vanity area.

All new tiled shower.

Close up on the tiles.

There’s a nice little hanging closet space.

A towel ladder is a great idea.

What do you think of this home?


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  • Built-in leveling jacks, trailer brakes, road lighting, sealed aluminum floor pan
  • Board and batten siding with Pacific Cedar accents
  • Standing seam metal roof, 12-lite glass exterior door with keyless touchpad handle set
  • 3 lighting fixtures at the front door and 2 exterior power outlets
  • A dedicated exterior utility closet with (2) 20 lb LP tanks, LP tankless water heater
  • 50 amp electrical panel with 50 amp exterior RV outlet, 30 amp conversion ready
  • Propane auto-changeover valve
    Main level flex space (could be used as bedroom/office space)
  • Combination of Quartz stone and Oak countertops, Solid Oak hardwood flooring in a chevron pattern
  • Quartz breakfast bar with space for 3 bar stools
  • Includes an array of built-in storage cubbies, cabinets and closets
  • R-25 floor insulation, R-15 wall insulation, R-23.5 Closed-cell spray foam ceiling insulation
  • Various hanging rod locations with a capacity for at least 50 hangers
  • Stainless Steel 24″ 4 burner LP gas range, exterior vented hood fan with LED lighting
  • Stainless Steel 2 door energy efficient 10 cu ft. refrigerator/freezer with automatic defrost
  • A mixture of brass and matte black hardware throughout
  • 90″x92″ loft with salvaged Walnut ladder access ladder
  • 38” x 38” tile neo-angle tile shower, glass enclosure
  • Energy-efficient flush bath toilet
  • Quartz bath vanity (36″ wide) with vessel sink, built-in storage space
  • Energy-efficient LP tankless water heater
  • Water, drain, and power hookups for Washer/Dryer combination unit
  • Privacy blackout curtains for downstairs bedroom, blinds at select windows
  • 40″ Samsung Smart Roku TV with adjustable arm
  • SALES PRICE: $115,000
  • All interior furnishings ( RH couch, linens, decor, cookware, etc.): $8,900
  • Exterior furnishings (firepit, 2 Adirondack chairs): $1,000

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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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  • MareM
    May 27, 2023, 11:04 pm

    Now THIS is a lovely home. A real bed, a real sofa, real comfort. Real style. Beautiful. Well done!

  • Patty
    May 28, 2023, 7:10 pm

    Yes, very lovely. So many nice touches – wood floor, bedroom & extras, tiled shower, green hutch, w/d hookups. Very well done. Thanks.

  • Gabriele Kupitz
    May 29, 2023, 4:05 am

    One of the most beautiful tiny homes out there!

  • Donna Rae
    May 29, 2023, 2:19 pm

    Gorgeous! That ceiling! That floor! A nice kitchen! I like that the bedroom area isn’t closed off with a wall, allowing for a flexible use of that space. Could even put a Murphy bed in there that has a table for eating or a sofa for more guest seating. Even with so much perfection, there are a couple of changes I would like to make if I were building one for myself. The kitchen is nice as I stated but there is plenty of room for a full-sized refrigerator and even though that green hutch is lovely, there is room there for more cabinets and additional counter. Lovely as is but that extra cabinet and counter could be used for more than food prep and kitchen storage. It could be an art area. Supplies below and flat surface for working. Or use it for your laptop. And though the hood above the stove is functional, I’d choose a different design. I know that every change made can have an effect on what’s adjacent but it certainly looks like there is some room for being a bit flexible. And, please, stop putting toilets in front of long windows. Yes, I see that there is a blind that can be closed but if it was a higher window, that wouldn’t be an issue. At night, those white blinds will still show a shadow. Though it is difficult to see without a floor plan, it would be nice to have a bigger shower, though, this one is nicely done. I just like a bit more elbow room and having space for a small seat would be a bonus. This Tiny is beautiful as is and I give lots of kudos to the designer(s)!!! All of the changes I mentioned are because of personal preferences, not that I thought the design didn’t deserve praise. Thanks for sharing!

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