Britney traded three goats and a sheep to get the epic floating staircase made from old barnwood installed in her tiny home. She uses the THOW as a vacation rental on her family’s peach farm, which has been theirs since 1810!
It’s 27 feet long and 9 feet wide, and the frame was built by a secondary trade school. Inside you’ll find a white interior complimented by tons of vintage and thrifted items, including a funky mustard yellow couch! Outside there’s a private deck area with views of the orchard.
Danielle at Exploring Alternatives did a lovely video tour with Britney of the THOW, which you’ll want to check out below!
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Britney’s THOW on Her Family’s 200-Year-Old Peach Farm
Look at the fun floating staircase!
The groovy pull-out sofa offers a second place to sleep.
The kitchen includes an oven, stove top, mini fridge and microwave.
Here’s the loft bedroom with wainscoting.
VIDEO: Beautiful Tiny House with Floating Staircase
- Sits on an 1810 Peach Farm
- Hooked up to the grid
- Oven, stove top, fridge and sink in kitchen
- Bathroom with toilet & shower stall
- Loft bedroom
- Vintage sleeper sofa
- A/C in warm weather
- 3 small heaters in winter
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