This is Hammerstone School’s First Tiny House, and it was built by women.
Hammerstone School is a carpentry school in New York that teaches women to – you guessed it – build tiny homes (and other things!). Liz Coakley has lived in the home she helped build since 2013, but now the house is for sale. It has a loft bedroom, is plumbed for a shower and toilet, and has amazing cozy touches inside. Enjoy!
Hammerstone School’s First Tiny House — Built by Women!
From the owner:
Tiny measures 7′ by 22′, with two loft spaces and a detachable front porch. The sleeping loft has plenty of room for a queen-sized mattress and clothing storage, and the smaller front-loft is perfect for storing items used less frequently. Tiny has a built-in couch and bookshelves, a clothing closet with shelving and space to hang clothes, and a pantry. The bathroom was built with room for a shower and toilet, although at this point it is not plumbed, and holds only a composting toilet and shelving. The kitchen is built with a 3-burner propane stove and oven, an enamel sink, and a mini refrigerator. There is plenty of work-space on the stainless steel counters, and enough storage for kitchen appliances underneath. The house is efficiently heated with a Rinnai direct-vent propane wall heater, and fully insulated with poly-iso foam board insulation. All 14 windows are double-paned. Tiny is at once light and cozy, small and surprisingly spacious!
- Questions? Want to Buy? Price is $35k. Contact Liz using the info in the link below!
- Tiny House for Sale
- Hammerstone School
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