This is the story of a couple with a baby on the way that hired Tiny Idahomes to build a 35ft tiny home on wheels with four slide-outs.
Amanda and Adam came to us with a special request…. they wanted us to build their new Tiny House, mountain top retreat, with room to grow! Now some may wonder why grow? Well they are expecting their first child any day! What a better way to introduce their new tiny baby to the world by living in a new Tiny House!
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Young Family’s 35ft Tiny Home on Wheels with Four Slide-Outs by Tiny Idahomes
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- This tiny house features 4 slide outs
- Built for a couple with a baby on the way
- 35ft Carpathian Model by Tiny Idahomes
- Rear French doors
- The rear living area has two 6ft slide outs across from each other
- When the slide outs are both being used you’ve got a 14ft width inside
- The kitchen has a custom 6ft long pantry, Corian countertops, and stainless steel appliances
- This tiny house features a bedroom over the gooseneck hitch with two 6ft slide outs across from each other
- There is also a bonus loft above the bathroom that can be used for storage and/or additional sleeping space
- There’s also an 8ft loft over the living area for even more sleeping space
- The bathroom features a 60-inch shower/tub
- The exterior features an 8ft electric awning over the French door entry
- Starts at $74,495.00
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I am 56 years old and look 30 years it’s the gospel songs I sing I have never had a home but what I would like is a small singing place so people could come to hear gospel music this would be a blessing but I don’t have money and turn it into a nice little church
Terrific space! It took me a while to figure out where the children’s bed was… Doesn’t look like they’re sacrificing anything. Oops – except a washing machine. Very very nice.
IT IS GOOD TO SEE COUPLES CONSIDERING THIS, IN VIEW OF EVERYTHING YOU CAN THINK OF GOING SKY HIGH. ONE THING I DO NOT LIKE, IS LADDERS WHERE CHILDREN ARE INVOLVED, THEY SHOULD HAVE SAFETY STAIRS WHERE CHILDREN CAN NOT BE HURT, AND WHERE PARENTS ARE EASILY ACCESSIBLE. MORE OF AN EXPANDED SINGLE LEVEL HOME WOULD BE A BETTER ANSWER. THEY SHOULD PROVIDE SOME EXTRA ROOMS AS WELL. ALSO, MAY I ADD THAT LADDERS ARE NOT A GOOD THING FOR ANYONE, ESPECIALLY IF THEY HAVE HAD MORE THAN TWO GLASSES OF WINE, OR SOMETHING ELSE, MAY BE LESS. THIS IS REALLY NOT A GOOD IDEA. IT IS BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN SORRY, ESPECIALLY IF IT MAY RESULT IN A MEDICAL BILL. BUILDERS AND ARCHITECTS SHOULD REALLY GIVE THIS SOME CONSIDERATION. NOT ONLY GLASS OF WINE, BUT PEOPLE THAT MAY NEED CERTAIN MEDICATIONS.
Stairs are a option, if there’s room for them, but there’s no such thing as guaranteed safety, just different levels of risks and any form of climbing, including stairs, has risks… as does other parts of the house, like the bathroom is often the most dangerous part of the house.
Besides, with custom homes it’s the clients choice..
Nice place. But not for me.😕 Can’t do lofts, and would need a comfortable couch. Enjoy!😊
The gooseneck area is more of a bedroom with room to stand and is accessed by a few short steps. While you can always replace the bench sitting area with a comfy couch…
They just designed it for room to grow because they are having their first kid… But otherwise that loft is more of a guest bed right now…
This is beautiful! Love everything about it. Congrats to the couple too. Babies grow fast. Mine is 45. Wish you both blessings.
Just the right size for a single person like myself. It is beautiful.