This is the Derby City Tiny House. It’s a beautiful tiny home on a foundation in Louisville, Kentucky.
Louisville’s first permanent Tiny House may be small in stature, but it is huge in value! The studio layout with easy to operate library, Murphy bed optimizes the 448 sq ft footprint, while not compromising comfort.
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Derby City Tiny House in Louisville, Kentucky
Images via Airbnb
Images via Airbnb
It’s tiny, coming in at just under 450 square feet. But, it has everything you need and then some! 48″ LED flat screen TV with cable and Netflix, wireless Internet, washer and dryer, cook and serve ware. Everything you need to feel like you’re at home, but better!
What do you think?
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Great house, nice size. Refreshing to see something without wheels.
I like it a lot. Nice layout and concept. Only needs a stove.
So totally agree… just because it is an Airbnb doesn’t mean it translate’s that guests don’t want to cook meals.
Personally… I’d have made the deck almost as wide as the width of the house. Seen too many people go out on a deck like this one and step to the side, twist their ankle and oops their goes the experience right down the gurgler.
How much is this tiny house?
I love how it opens up to a nice big deck, with optional awnings. It feels like a party pavilion.
The Murphy bed confuses me–do you have to take all of those books and objects off the shelves each time you lower the bed? That seems very impractical to me. Otherwise, this is a great little house. I love the layout and the outdoor spaces.
Never mind! I get it–looks like the shelves in the middle slide to the sides so you can lower the Murphy bed. Nice! If this place had a stove, I could definitely live there full-time.