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Devon and Melissa’s 168-square-foot Tiny House Video Tour in Alaska


Melissa sent me a link to her 168-square-foot tiny house video tour on our Facebook Fan Page.

And I’m so glad she did because now I get to introduce you to her little house.

It’s a simple one room structure with an upstairs sleeping loft that you can pretty much stand up in.

Downstairs she will show you their…

  • refrigerator
  • microwave
  • oven
  • storage
  • two chairs
  • heaters

There are two stools where you can eat or use a laptop. They’ve even created room for their two dogs.

Devon and Melissa's Tiny House Video Tour in Alaska
Photo Courtesy of Devon and Melissa on YouTube

If you were inside and continued looking around, you’d find…

  • a television
  • spice and tea drawer
  • a hanging shower curtain
  • a shower bucket
  • heated rock garden

In addition they have pots and pans, mirrors, plenty of storage, and side tables.

One of my favorite features is their staircase storage unit which doubles as a ladder to get up into the sleeping loft.

Staircase ladder and storage for sleeping loft

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  • Avatar Bob B

    Great tiny house video tour. Melissa needs her own show on HGTV.

    • Thanks Bob, glad you said it because it’s true, haha, she’s good at it!

  • Lovely tour, and I agree with her that the view is magnificent. Love the storage stairs – easier and more useful than a ladder.

    • Thanks Patricia so glad that you liked the tour! Hope that we get to see more from them.

  • Avatar sesameB

    Excellent. Wonderful. Blessings to you in Alaska. I, too, live tiny here in rural south central sunny Arkansas! I have visited Home, Alaska years ago, and loved it. Alaska is great.

  • Avatar sesameB

    Not a problem, Alex. I have many, many photos of Alaska, where I visited (Fairbanks, Homer, Soldotna, Eagle River, Chena Hot Springs and of course, Anchorage, (mostly by bicycle) in the 1990s. Alaska is the jewel of this hemisphere.
    Smiles from rural Arkansas

  • Great video tour Melissa, With the easterly orientation, I would expand the front window that faces the mountains to allow in more sun light. I spent 3 years in Alaska have been looking for a way to get back up there. My daughter and son-in-law live in Eagle River. I love the mountains. I think it is great living in a tiny house like that. You have an awesome place. Just a thought though, A skylight in the loft would be nice to watch the northern lights with. God bless. <

    • Hey Norbert- a skylight would just top it all off, great idea! I enjoyed the tour too. See ya!

  • Avatar jean

    where is the bathroom?

  • Avatar Dave Ladd

    Just happened to come by the video…Great job melissa, I enjoyed the tour…great job devon filming the video….Miss u guys….Josh and Lyndsey got engaged…I have a grand daughter Isabella…Hope to hear from u guys…Dave

  • Avatar JK

    Melissa, I absolutely love the concept of small but tall. KCCO, from a fellow Chiver.

  • Avatar Ralph Sly

    What I picked up on was it didn’t look like they tried to phony it up for viewing. Looks lived in and would expect to walk in anytime and see it like that. I have a problem living up to my organization until I make it a habit. I always seem to put things that are not meant to be out on flat surfaces with the intent to put it away later. Well organized, compact and nice. Good job you two.

  • Avatar Les Scanlan

    Loved the tour and views,,,,, also loved her socks !

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