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35-Ft. Halfmoon Bay Tiny House with Clever Walk-Through Bathroom

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This tiny house is 35’ long and 8.5’ wide and it has a modern kitchen, a main floor bedroom, a walk-through bathroom, and a vaulted ceiling in the living room.

It’s parked at a new RV Resort in Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia, and you can find it on Airbnb if you’re interested in staying in it!

35-ft. Tiny House with Walk-Through Bathroom in Halfmoon Bay (BC), Available on Airbnb

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 12

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The main floor layout has a living room and small dining space on the left, a kitchen and staircase in the middle of the tiny house, and a fully equipped walk-through bathroom that leads to an easily accessible main floor bedroom.

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 4

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The living room is a simple and comfortable space with a modern sofa bed and a tv.  It has a vaulted ceiling, a mini-split for heat and A/C, and a ceiling fan for recirculating air throughout the house.

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 1

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The small space-saving drop-leaf table is perfect as a workspace or as a dining table.

A unique feature that we love is the beautiful panoramic window that runs the length of the kitchen counter. It brightens up a section of the tiny house that might otherwise have felt dark and narrow.

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 5

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The kitchen has loads of storage with extra tall overhead cabinets, a giant fridge and freezer, and even a hidden dishwasher.

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 2

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The step ladder leads up to a full-sized loft, and the futon converts to a bed, so this home has space to sleep six people.

Behind the step ladder is an open-air closet space with coat hooks, wall-mount shoe storage, and a boot tray.

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 8

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The walk-through hallway bathroom feels huge with a toilet and full tub on one side, and vanity and washer and dryer on the other.

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 9

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There is a pocket door at either end of the bathroom to get privacy from the living room or from the bedroom.

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 6

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The main floor bedroom has a Queen-size bed with a night table and reading light on either side and a closet at the foot of the bed.

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 3

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This tiny house is plugged into the grid and is fully electric, including the water heater, stove and oven, and the heaters. So there’s no propane except for the outdoor fire pit.

For a full tour, check out the Exploring Alternatives video below!  Thanks for watching 🙂

VIDEO: Spacious & Modern Tiny House with Clever Walk-Through Bathroom – Full Tour

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Danielle is a digital nomad who is passionate about tiny spaces, living with less, reducing waste and eating plant-based food. Danielle is half of the Exploring Alternatives blog & video project. You can find more of her at www.ExploringAlternatives.ca and her Exploring Alternatives YouTube Channel.
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  • Jade Williamson
    December 4, 2020, 11:52 am

    What if you’re using the bathroom while someone is sleeping, then wakes up and they want to leave the bedroom? Lol!

    • James D.
      December 5, 2020, 3:30 am

      Nothing, they can just walk by you… Hardly the only home in the world with an arrangement like this…

      • Jade Williamson
        December 7, 2020, 8:39 am

        I have seen it in a lot of RVs and etc. and it still bugs me. I need privacy and a locking door to use the washroom, and I know I’m not the only one who feels that way. To each their own.

        • James D.
          December 7, 2020, 3:54 pm

          There’s just always trade offs, keeping the home within road legal width limits generally means you’re going to have to deal with a linear layout. You can opt to go wider but it becomes much harder to move and higher costs as the trade off.

          While putting the bathroom behind the bedroom means guest would have to walk through the bedroom to get to the bathroom… Put it on the other side of the home and you have to walk further in the middle of night and the living space will be boxed between the bathroom and bedroom and can seem smaller… You can try putting the bathroom all on one side and create a hallway but that takes up space you can no longer use out of the total sq ft available… Again, always trade offs…

          Though, if that someone else can wait, the bathroom can be closed off with pocket doors on both sides of it…

  • vee
    December 4, 2020, 6:18 pm

    Perfect for me! I love the beautiful wood and all the space for good-sized appliances. It certainly helps that the views from all windows reflect a lovely woodsy scene!!!

  • Sheila
    December 4, 2020, 10:17 pm

    This is nice!!

  • Delphina Souza
    December 4, 2020, 11:56 pm

    How much it cost to. Buy?

  • Mary k Powers
    December 5, 2020, 3:26 am

    I just love this video! With the exception of a few cosmetic things, this is EXACTLY what I want in a Tiny home! Its my life long dream!! So beautiful!!

  • Pam
    December 5, 2020, 11:11 am

    I really like the design of this home. I would change the closet in the bedroom for hanging clothes and I would enclose the stairs below them to better use that dead space. Oh and I’d so away with the large stove and get a smaller one. Totally do away with the dishwasher as I don’t need one. Who is the builder of this home? It didn’t say.

    • James D.
      December 6, 2020, 3:19 am

      It’s a new company, they don’t have a website up yet but when they do the Exploring Alternatives tour video on Youtube will update the video description with their link…

  • Cynthia
    December 5, 2020, 11:32 am

    Is this for rent? How much, and can I have pets? Thanks.

  • Barbara Ann Sorrell Glass
    December 5, 2020, 12:16 pm

    I really need a tiny, one-room/separate bath. I am in a electric wheel chair much of the time. Often l fall. I do have an electric HOYER-LIFT which l would center in the house … crawl or slide over to roll myself into the seat to reposition into my wheel chair. My present home is way too small for five people and a bedside potty and a toaster oven and small refrigerator. I really need a HOMESTEAD RESCUE!

  • Julie Stroud-Watts
    December 5, 2020, 6:53 pm

    I love this design. Can I get plans for it?

  • Luiz Leite
    December 5, 2020, 9:39 pm

    How much does it cost , how much to get it to Long Island NY?

    • Natalie C. McKee
      December 9, 2020, 7:55 am

      Hi Luiz, because this is an Airbnb they didn’t mention who built it in their description. But you could ask them via Airbnb messenger 🙂

  • Teresa Yeates
    December 6, 2020, 12:08 am

    Would love to know the cost of one of these.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      December 9, 2020, 7:54 am

      Hi Teresa, because it’s an Airbnb they are renting out, they didn’t mention the builder. But you could always contact the hosts through Airbnb and ask 🙂

  • Sunny
    December 6, 2020, 1:53 am

    Where is the decent sized closet for hanging clothes, pants, coats, plus drawers for tee shirts, underwear, socks, hats, gloves, etc. etc.??
    Why such a large stove? And maybe a small door in front of the toilet – no body wants to walk by a smelly toilet!

    • James D.
      December 7, 2020, 4:17 pm

      It’s set up as an AirBNB, so the space under the stairs is the closet. Designed for people to drop off their luggage, put away their shoes, and hang their coats… Along with the smaller closet in the bedroom…

      Understand, no one is going to stay there very long, there’s just what is needed for a comfortable stay, but everything has to be easily cleaned and made ready for the next guest once the last one has left…

      While the bathroom has pocket doors on both sides that allow it to be closed off and a vent you can leave on to air it out… So shouldn’t have a issue with smells unless you forgot to do something…

  • patrick Shires
    December 23, 2020, 10:29 pm

    There is perfection in the world! This house has every thing i would want. I think i could actually live in this tiny piece of heaven.

  • Donna Rae
    February 6, 2021, 12:32 pm

    My dad had an RV with a similar floor plan and both bathroom doors were lockable to ensure privacy. It looks like there is a pocket door at each end of the bathroom so it is safe to assume there are locks. If someone is using this as inspiration to build/order their own THOW, you could add locks to your own order. That would be important for me, too.

    I like the floor plan of this though I don’t have a need for the loft space. Eliminating the ladder would allow for even more cabinet and counter space for the kitchen, though what exists in this one is generous. I would also want a regular, large refrigerator. And making the living room space just a bit bigger would allow for a big, comfy couch or daybed. I’d also like it if the window under the kitchen cabinets was a bit taller. I realize this would mean less storage but I’d rather not have to bend over to see outside. Overall, this is a very nice tiny house with pleasing materials and I could see myself living in it comfortably. I think I would use fewer materials on the exterior, though. For my taste and if I was building one to live in, I would want it to be less busy looking. I love that you post such interesting homes for us to look at…and possibly stay in…because it spurs the imagination.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      February 8, 2021, 9:10 am

      So glad you enjoy the posts! I like posting the Airbnbs too because I do think they’re great at offering inspiration!

  • Marsha Cowan
    June 19, 2021, 2:13 pm

    I like this! the living area is a bit boxy, but the rest is nice. I like the bathroom where it is because if you have company, they can use the bathroom at night without disturbing you as you can close the bedroom door. I have never understood the need for such large kitchens in any home, especially in a tiny home. I would take some of that kitchen space and make more living space. Otherwise, it’s a nice home.

  • Joyce Rader
    June 19, 2021, 3:51 pm

    Many of these Tiny Homes have the same issue as travel trailers/RVs….limited space and limited layouts. You may get more in quality or longevity based on type of materials used but the bottom line is the same. More quality, better appearances and the price goes higher. I like seeing the many designs and layout options knowing most are beyond my financial reach. So everyone gets to see what works for them and which ideas they may be able to incorporate into their own dream home. Personally, I do not want total electric. I have seen far too many power outages and feel variety in power source and heat/cool is better.

    • James D.
      June 20, 2021, 1:25 am

      Well, there’s more different than just levels of quality or longevity. RV’s are specifically only intended for recreational usage and most are production scale products made in model series with limited range of options, which generally makes layout options much more limited for them. While Tiny Homes are intended as homes and most are custom built with a wide range of options. Some options will just be chosen more often than others but there’s more layouts possible when its custom…

      There’s just always trade offs, custom does cost more and can go a lot more, but you aren’t stuck with a standard design when it can be custom built and can get far more creative with the design and optimize it for a specific owner.

      Space limitations is mainly because of things like conforming it to meet specific standards like road legal size limits. However, Tiny Homes don’t have to always conform and do have the option to go beyond those limits. So more a limitation of the choices being made rather than a limitation of Tiny Homes themselves…

      Everything just has its costs… Going bigger, higher quality, more complexity, higher skill requirements, more materials, more labor, more stuff, etc. So while a lot is possible, multiple factors can converge to limit choices but not always, as people can figure out alternative ways to get it done but that can be few and far between. Making it seem like options are more limited than they actually are but it typically has more to do with the limits of your imagination and budget…

      Take “Two Hands and a Tiny House” on youtube, also has his own website, his first build was to challenge himself to get one done for under or around $4K, he got close and may have done it if he didn’t also set a time limit to get it done… Next, which he’s still working on presently, he is building 2 THOWs that will interlock together to form one larger structure… So even while remaining movable and road legal, he can end up with a structure that’s nearly double the size of what he would otherwise do and can get more creative on the layout options for it…

      There’s other examples where people have done walk in closets, put a bathtub in the loft, put a hot tub on the roof, put together 3 bedroom and 2 baths in only just over 500 Sq Ft, created a THOW that can be rotated vertically to create a 2 story structure when parked, created a folding roof design that allows the structure to expand to a 2 story structure when parked, turned other things from grain silos to containers into Tiny homes, alternatives from tree houses to house boats, some have done complete re-imagining of what a home could be and how it can function, etc.

      So limits are often what you make of them… People just tend to do what’s easiest and quickest but if you have the imagination, knowledge, and time, it’s possible to go further…

  • B rottino
    August 31, 2021, 1:44 pm

    There never seems to be a comfortable sofa in any of the tiny homes I,ve seen

  • Donna Rae
    July 16, 2022, 8:27 pm

    FINALLY! A tiny house with a wall for the tv to hang on opposite the sofa and upper kitchen cabinets with doors!!!!! And it looks great!!!! So many have given the excuse for open shelving so it looked more spacious but these upper cabinets don’t make it feel smaller at all! My point has been proven! Thank you for someone finally using common sense in this regard! And a queen bed that isn’t shoved up against the wall!

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