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Cozy Chalet Tiny House on Wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes


This is the cozy Chalet Tiny House on Wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes in Santa Cruz, California.

The build includes stunning details like adorable arched doors and windows and an off-the-loft balcony! I love the stonework in the kitchen and bathroom, and it even has excellent safety rails on the stairs and bedroom loft. Plus, those little green shutters are just adorable.

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Cozy Chalet Tiny Cottage on Wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes

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Cozy Chalet Tiny House on Wheels by Molecule Tiny Homes

From Molecule Tiny Homes:

We have a new never lived in tiny home for sale. It was expert built in 2016. This home was custom built by hand with great care, and attention to detail. Features: This home is RV certified. The dimensions are: 8’6″ wide x 20′ long x 13’5″ tall. It features two lofts, one 7×7 the other 3×7. Two decks, one 2’6″ x 8’6″ the other 2’6″ x 8’6″ Custom second story balcony. Stair case with storage. Custom built Birch cabinetry. Hand built arched windows and doors. 4.5 cubic ft refrigerator. Atwood two burner cook top, gas LP. 40 inch bath tub. Stainless kitchen sink. Copper vessel bath sink. Dual flush standard toilet. 30 AMP electrical hook ups. RV waste outlet. Clad metal roofing. 24 inch ceiling fan. Bronze fixtures throughout. Too many details to list, very nicely finished inside and out! Email us for more details. $70,000. Thanks for looking.

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  • Avatar alice h

    Way out of my price range but I really like those fairy tale cottage touches.

  • Avatar Claude

    Nice tiny house, love the design and the interior.

  • Avatar Jim

    I could live very comfortably in this Tiny House, but could never afford to….beautiful job!

    • love it also & I agree I could only afford about $60,000 for it, but its beautiful.

  • Avatar ZACHARY E MOHRMANN

    I’m agree Janet…!

  • Avatar Rusty Kerr

    Love the front porch and bathroom. The kitchen is small but adequate for someone who doesn’t do much cooking.

  • Avatar Janice

    Love,love this. Very unique! The only things I would change is, it needs an oven and the sink and toilet are too close. It would be hard to clean.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      I do love an oven 🙂

    • Avatar JanneZack

      I didn’t think about cleaning the toilet, I’m more worried about SITTING on it! There is a reason toilets need to be away from the wall just a little. Also, try leaning over the bathroom sink to spit while brushing your teeth or leaning over the sink to shave and try not to imagine your elbow hitting the wall (unless you happen to be left handed). That is simply too tight. There is a better way to get a big shower and still have space for the toilet.

      I do like most of the balance of this unit but it’s too pricy for my blood.

  • This DOES look like a fairy tale! Is that a door in the loft? There are touches that remind me of Zyl Vardos, my favorite designer. The outside is the best I’ve seen, those shutters are so cute. I really like the stone in the kitchen and bathroom. This is such a cute design!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      It is just so, so cute 🙂 And yes, it does have a Zyl-feel! See, there are more awesome builders out there

  • Avatar Stephanie

    Love this design though I would probably trade the front porch for more practical living space inside or make the whole thing a little longer. In a space that small you need functional storage to keep it from getting cluttered.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      Storage is definitely KEY!

  • Is predominates the touch of Romantic
    Style. Beautiful.

  • Avatar sc

    This house is spectacular but take a look at this molecule house
    http://moleculetinyhomes.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-1904-8×18-two-lofts-home-features.html Wow. I can see the texas tiny house influence of that house.
    Molecule knows how to do “Victorian” tiny houses. You have got to have spectacular doors and windows, the right kind of trim, and bold color combos. I have seen a couple of so called “Victorian” tiny houses and they put in the extremely common and modern looking windows and trim. little to no trim and dull color combos.

    Anyway this house is very cute, I would like a few more feet for closet space, white walls, a fireplace, wash/dry combo and 10 wide for a better living room.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      Yes I think Molecule really excels at this type of style!

  • Avatar ROSEE

    Absolutely darling!

  • Avatar Sparrow

    I. WANT. THIS.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      It’s great 🙂

  • Avatar Umma

    I love that the arched Windows and doors are carried through out the design. The curve where the bathroom lights are is an extra special touch.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      I totally agree 🙂

  • Avatar Myrna Arens

    This is everything I would want except a full stove ad the stairs I would cut out a box for the two top steps to have more storage. Also can you tell me what this would cost? Thank you

  • Avatar Viki Davis

    I love the whimsy of this THOW. The trim on the windows and the shutters is so adorable. I love the layout and decoration also. It is a beautifully done house.

  • Avatar Kathy Handyside

    Tiny houses are quickly moving out of the price range for so many of us. I hate to see such a trend. Tiny houses were a way of downsizing not only in terms of possessions, but ultimately in terms of cost of living. Between these high prices, and the roadblocks erected by the housing industry and municipalities zoning laws, even this road to affordable home ownership and life is being closed to many of us. It is distressing and depressing.

  • Avatar Maria

    Well it is cute. But I would make some changes. First make it 6ft longer this way you would have a bigger living space. I don’t like the tile they used in bathroom or kitchen. Remove that light under the stairs. put in an rv stove where cook top is. Get rid of the built ins across from the sink. I would use that space for closet and refrig. I also would put in a mini split heat/a/c. Then it might be worth 70,000.00.

  • Avatar Sharon

    Love, love, love!!! Just wish it were a squeeker longer.

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