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Handcrafted Movement’s 31-foot Sanctuary Tiny Home


Meet the stunning “Sanctuary” tiny house by Handcrafted Movement near Portland, Oregon. This tiny house builder always creates gorgeous spaces, and this THOW is no exception.

Best of all? The private first floor bedroom with space for a queen bed and plenty of windows to let in natural light. The kitchen packs in plenty of storage and an oven, while the bathroom feels super roomy and even has space for your washer/dryer combo.

It’s currently a model for sale ($125K), so be sure to get in touch with the builder if you want one!

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Sleep in a 1st Floor Bedroom in this THOW

That light fixture is lovely!

Gorgeous sink faucet.

What do you think of the cabinet color?

I’d put a little couch here.

Here it is! The bedroom.

Time to warm up by the fire.

Such a spacious bathroom!

The large tiles are quite trendy.

Glass shower with rainfall shower head.

Light & bright loft!

Highlights:

  • $125,000
  • Located near Portland, Oregon
  • Exterior features –
    Industry leading Iron Eagle Tiny House Trailer with (3) 7K axles, trailer brakes, road lighting.
    Trailer rated for 20,000 lbs. Completed tiny home weights approximately 13,600 lbs.
    Tiny home trailer dimensions- 31′ long, 8.5′ wide, 13’4″ tall.
    2 tone paint with cedar shake aceents
    Standing seam metal roof (Color- Matte Black)
    9-lite glass Craftsman exterior dutch door with handle set
    Lighting fixture at front door and 2 exterior power outlets
    50 amp electrical panel with 50 amp exterior RV outlet, 30 amp conversion ready
    Propane hookup with auto-changeover valve
    Energy efficient LP tankless water heater
    Outdoor shower with cedar privacy panels
  • Interior features –
    Wide plank oak hardwood flooring
    Marble kitchen countertops with metal and brass accents
    Built in 43″ Samsung Smart TV hutch with electric fireplace
    Array of built in storage cubbies, cabinets and closets
    Mini Split system (Heating/Air Conditioning)
    Stainless GE 24″ 4 burner LP gas range, exterior vented hood fan
    Stainless LG 2 door energy efficient 10.5 cuft. refrigerator/freezer with automatic defrost
    Mixture of brass and matte black hardware throughout
    Large sleeping loft – King mattress capacity
    36” x 36” shower with glass exclosure, Energy efficient flush bath toilet
    Ceramic bath vanity with sink, brass accents, marble top
    Water, drain and power hookups for Washer/Dryer combination unit
  • Optional upgrades-
    ($2500) Exterior cedar porch (12′ x 5’10”) with cedar awning
    ($1600) Washer/Dryer combination unit

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Marsha Cowan
    July 11, 2021, 9:45 am

    I have seen this tiny house before. I loved it then, I love it even more now! I love the step design and the beautiful rail at the top. I love that final step to the loft, too. The kitchen is great, but that bath takes the cake. It’s beautiful and functional with lots of room to move around. Next to the kitchen, we spend a good amount of our lives in our bathrooms, so having a well thought out design and lovely decorating is very important. The bedroom is so nice, and using a french barn door helps keep the space open even with the door shut. It’s a wonderful house!

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