This is the Wicked Tiny House, designed, built and owned by Charlie Smith. He estimates the materials cost him $14,000.
For those of you unfamiliar with New England slang, “wicked” is often used as a synonym for “awesome” (or other similar words). Smith grew up in New Hampshire, but now lives in Montana with his self-built tiny home!
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Charlie’s DIY Wicked Tiny House
Desk/eating area with storage seats!
Looking up to the loft bedroom.
All his winter gear hung up neatly.
Cozy built-in couch with extra storage.
Fold-out TV for all your viewing needs!
Back-lit sea glass counter tops. Amazing!
Look at them glow at night!
The hardwood flooring is beautiful here.
I love the color of the cabinets.
Curtain to the restroom.
Composting toilet hooked up! Great built-in storage.
Wow! Spacious-looking loft bedroom.
Now THAT is a cool touch 🙂
The Wicked Tiny House stats:
- Length – 22′
- Width – 8′ 6″
- Height – 13′ 6″
- Unloaded Weight – 9,800 lbs
- Loaded Weight – 11,500 lbs
- First Level Area – 160 SqFt
- Loft Area – 80 SqFt
- Sleeps – 4 (comfortably)
- Number of Windows – 15
- Onboard Water Storage – 80 gallons
- Onboard Propane Storage – 45 lbs
- Electrical Service – 50 amp shore power or solar/generator
- Toilet – Composting
- Siding/Trim/Shingles/Interior Material – Eastern White Cedar (Corinna & Oakfield, Maine)
- Approximate Mileage Traveled – 2,750 miles
- Approximate Materials Cost – $14,000
- Construction State Date: 8/30/2015
- Construction End Date: 9/6/2016
- Tow Vehicle – 2001 Ford F-550 7.3L Turbo Diesel Dually
Learn more about Charlie here. Plus, you can follow his travels and the entire tiny house construction process on his blog here, which is pretty wicked!
Get the house specs on the last page, and ask Charlie further questions about the build here on his website.
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Wow – how cool is this? Nice work.
I know! It’s fantastic!
Wicked Cool Tiny house! You did an awesome job building & designing it! I really love all the windows, especially since they have window panes in them! Also just love the sea glass counter tops! Your home is adorable!🌷🌹🌷
Those counter tops were amazing!
It is amazing how the personality of each of us can change a housing module that has the same formal features. This shows that the human soul is a force in this case, positive.
That’s so true, Gabriella!
Very nice job, I really like the lodge feel this house has
Yes! Lodges are the best.
Throw in a microwave and I am ready to move in. Great house.
It already has one! It’s tucked in the cabinets below the counter. 🙂
Warm, cozy, and beautifully done; each piece of wood polished to perfection with the richest warm colour allowed to show through. This pulls someone in for a curl up on the couch with a good book and hot cup of coffee. This house is so inviting – inside and out. I wish him many happy years there.
I’m so glad you liked it 🙂 I thought it was awesome.
Wow! I need those countertops! Magical.
Great job. Looks wickedly awesome! 😀
Wicked awesome indeed 🙂
Warm, cozy and lots of beautiful details
I love the wood…there is something a little bit warmer about it..a soft gleam. I love the curvature of the ceiling. Quite inviting. Don’t like curtains that close to an oven but, over all…well done.
I love it!!!!
So inviting – – – warm, and cozy. Would love to curl up there with
a good book, and a cup of tea on a snowy or rainy day. Great job,
and great price. Love it!
Charlie, it’s great! Absolutely beautiful and what a view! The details are really done well, and the wood is gorgeous. Great job!
One more thing. . .love the bathroom!
Very nice job!
The first picture is amazing. Its a real house in the forest! Nice design.
window seat by the front door is cool. great place to sit and read.
I like it.
Nice job, Charlie. -b