This is the Currituck Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living.
Currituck, named after the beautiful red brick lighthouse of the same name in coastal North Carolina, is a simple, beautiful, and livable build based on Modern Tiny Living’s Point model.
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The Currituck Tiny House on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living
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Video Tour of the Currituck THOW by Modern Tiny Living
We built Currituck as a rental unit for our friends in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, where she’ll serve as a getaway tiny home in an awesome brewery and hiking district!
20 ft. Trailer Made Custom Insulated Tiny Home Trailer Foundation – Lifetime Warranty
240 sq. ft.
Weight: ~ 9000 lbs.
Metal Roof – 40 Year Warranty
LP Lapped Smart Siding – 60 Year Warranty
Industrial Piping Loft Trim & Railing
Large, Spacious Living Room
Built-In Benches w/Storage (Bench folds out into additional bed)
Currituck | Modern Tiny Living
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What a cutie!
This one’s TOO tiny for me, but the interior layout is great!
This is really nice. Good balance between light and dark materials. I would probably make the “dining” table a little less tall and add one more bookcase at the other side of the couch area. But that is just a personal choice.
How much is this house?
It’s in the link, quote…
“Currituck is $69,000 as shown
The Point Model Starts at $64,000”
I am pretty impressed with the space I feel in its floor plan even though its only 20’! There’s no oven but there’s open shelves for a Breville Convection oven, which is more than enough for my needs. That and a couple of movable induction plates and I am set. I personally like a bigger fridge, like an apartment size, but there’s room for that. I build dollhouse miniatures, so hmmm, I would add 6” deep cabinets on the wall under the desk/eating counterfor my supplies. He closet is greatto have, but I would go to a Full size bed and put up an open hanging rod along one wall in the loft…..and some open cubbies for folded clothes instead of the (really nice and airy) safety rail. Did I just redesign this already great little house? Let’s go for broke. How about extending the bottom step over to the side of that great sofa, and have a flip up lid for more of my supplies? Well, OK, so last but not least, I would add 2” and build a bigger “basement” for off grid stuff -inverter, batteries, on demand hot water unit, etc. Despite all my PERSONAL wishes, I do really like this tiny house!!