This is the Freedom Tiny House on Wheels.
It’s designed/built by Alabama Tiny Homes. Enjoy!
Freedom Tiny House by Alabama Tiny Homes
Related: Chattahoochee Tiny House
- 304 sq. ft.
- Mount Olive, Albama
- 28′ trailer
- 2 LCD TV’s
- Full bathroom
Related: 150 Sq. Ft. Timbercraft Tiny Home
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Beautiful, just beautiful !!! I love the idea of also love the idea of also having a area to sleep. Great idea for those who don’t do well with steps. These Tiny Homes are a super idea for the “older” bunch . Less expensive living all around. Much better than a travel trailer, RV or places only made of aluminum. Sure would love a sample model . Will give you a monthly report on how much I love it!!. Living on just Social Security, it’s impossible to pay the prices everyone wants. That would be the only problem most of us have. Keep up the great work!!! Thanks for sharing!!?
Our pleasure! Glad you liked it! — Tiny House Talk Team
I just love this tiny home. Everything coordinates so well together! I love the tile both in the bathroom and the backsplash in the kitchen! Beautiful woodwork throughout the home! Just love the cabinets in the kitchen it’s so bright and airy! The family/living room looks so nice with real furniture in there! I like the fact they have a sturdy railing that leads up to the loft! Also love the features in the bathroom! Awesome shower, it looks huge! I really enjoyed touring, loved everything about this home! Thanks for sharing!?
I’m so glad you love it 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
I like it. Cutting off the loft and reduce height and then its close to perfect. A triple axle trailer is the way to go from this size.
We instantly glomped onto the flat-panel SS ‘shower-tower’. Swank!
It does exude that southern charm of Alabama….!
I loved the purple. — Tiny House Talk Team
Purple is one of the colors of Mardi Gras.. And most people don’t know this, but Mobile Alabama is the true home of Mardi Gras, and not New Orleans… So maybe the color was intended as some kind of representation of Mardi Gras….
Perhaps! Thanks for that 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
How much does it cost?
I tried to locate Mt Olive Alabama using google earth no luck !
Can you give me the address ?
Thanks Brian Stepanian
I don’t have the address, but you could ask the builder. I just Googled it and it came right up 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Try looking for Gardendale Alabama. Mount Olive is part of it. Just north of Gardendale.
I love this. The pull out bed is awesome. The Gkids could have the loft!!
Great, great idea 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
I love it! I guess I missed a closet. If it has a closet, it is perfect!
I believe the closet is in the bathroom, opposite the sink.
Holy fancy pants. Looks like no expense was spared. Love the pull out bed design. Gave me a few ideas. Beautiful but, too fancy for me. Too cold and modern.
Thanks, Glen! 😀
Nice house indeed! I have to admit though, I’m curious about the “cut out” in the roof-line (see 1st, 2nd and 2nd-last pics). Ok, ther’s a window but a full-height wall could’ve accommodated the same or larger window without compromising ceiling height in that portion of the bathroom. I just don’t get it. Am I missing something?
Yep, you’re missing the design element of it. Compromised their functionality with (their) aesthetics. Not all things are done exclusively for functionality.
Helps to break up the, how you say, boringness of a straight box shape.
So comfort, space and light are boring huh?
Although I’m sure you’re correct about their motivation, it falls way short on execution… even the natural light is directly compromised by having it inset by that cut-out. It’s ridiculous as a “design element” or any other “creative” reason.
Wow! This is so sweet. I love the full kitchen because I love to cook and bake, and the bathroom is just pure dreamy. The pull-out bed is perfect because I don’t do a lot of stairs. The only changes I would make would be to add a small dishwasher in the kitchen and add enough width to the home to make the pull-out bed a queen size bed.
Those are good ideas for changes!
I am running out of tiny homes to look at but this is by far one of my favorites. I love the large refrigerator and stove and that bathroom is absolutely gorgeous. And the guest bed is a nice touch.
Yes it’s pretty awesome 🙂
Very nice indeed. Love the bathroom, nice big and modern. And that shower head is to die for. WOW.
I know — great shower head!
How much for this one? beautiful!
You can see pricing here: http://altinyhomes.com/price-menu/
please let me know what the price is on this house…..how to finance…
Hi Carole. I recommend you contact Alabama Tiny Homes here: https://goo.gl/dE9ymN
This is a great THOW. It’s a very livable space, light and airy. The sitting area is cozy and I love the rug. Having a hidden first floor bed is a great idea too. It’s a well thought out plan. Great job.
The hidden first floor bed is so great!
This is so nice! I love the kitchen and layout especially.
I agree. Gorgeous kitchen.
Is there a spot for a washer and dryer combo?
I think in the bathroom, but I’m not positive.
I love this “Freedom Tiny House by Alabama Tiny Homes” it is beautiful. I wish I could afford to have one of my own! Good Job.
I adore it!
If you look closely there are washer/dryer hookups beside the toilet. Thanks for sharing this lovely home. As time goes by they get better and better!
I’m so glad you like it!
August 28, 2018: This article is part of a collection of MAIN FLOOR SLEEPING yet, no mention of it and no photos to show.
This is the third one listed under a subject which reads:
A collection of amazing tiny homes with main floor sleeping
Someone REALLY screwed up.