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Lara Model Tiny House with Private First Floor Bedroom


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The Lara Model is a stunning luxury tiny house from Goodwater Tiny Homes with a much-desired private first-floor bedroom. This 35-foot tiny house is available 9 feet wide or 11.5 feet wide, but both options provide plenty of space.

The kitchen is in the middle of the home, with an oven and apartment-size fridge. A spacious living area takes up one end, and the bathroom and first-floor bedroom are on the other. Up a flight of stairs, you’ll find a cozy kids’ loft with plush carpet. The model is for sale in Oregon for $144,500 (9 ft.) or $151,000 (11.5 ft).

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This 35′ THOW Has A 9 ft. & 11.5 ft. Wide Options!

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This is an excellent use of an L-shaped staircase here.

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These big skylights let in so much natural light!

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Two burner cooktop and an oven.

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The carpeted loft looks so cozy!

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Peering down from the loft bedroom.

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Storage is abundant in the kitchen.

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The bedroom has room around the bed and additional storage.

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Stunning glass tiles in the bathroom!

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Seating for two at the island.

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There is plenty of room in the living room for a couch.

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A sliding glass door leads you inside.

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The asymmetrical design is striking!

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You can see all the windows here!

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Another look at the beautiful loft bedroom.

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And one more look at the first-floor bedroom.

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Details:

  • 1 Upstairs Bedroom
  • 1 Downstairs Bedroom
  • 1 Downstairs Bathroom
  • Tons of large windows
  • Beautiful Milgard 3-4 panel sliding glass doors
  • Downstairs Bedroom
  • Generous-sized bedrooms with plenty of windows
  • Real wood cabinets with soft-close doors and drawers
  • Large bathroom w/ bathtub shower combo option.
  • Black-on-black Milgard windows
  • Mini-split heating/AC system
  • Dishwasher
  • Washer/ Dryer
  • Refrigerator/ Freezer, pre-plumbed for an ice maker
  • Microwave
  • Range with hood vent
  • 36-gallon electric water heater
  • 2 Outdoor wall sconces with interior switch,
  • Recessed lighting with dimmer switches throughout.
  • Flush Toilet (Compost or incinerating available)
  • Vanity Sink with Mirror
  • Ceiling Fan/ Light with Wall Switch
  • Bath Exhaust Fan/ Light with Wall Switch
  • Solid Surface Countertops
  • Custom steel chassis
  • 50 amp RV style plugin with 100 amp option, sewer, and water hookups
  • Exterior GFI plugs
  • Exterior water spigot
  • 9′ x 35′ $144,500
  • 11.5′ x 35′ $151,000

Sources

  1. https://www.goodwatertinyhomes.com/
  2. https://www.goodwatertinyhomes.com/copy-of-copy-of-copy2

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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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  • Debbie Eychner
    July 22, 2023, 12:37 pm

    I absolutely love this model..LOVE IT

    • Alex
      July 26, 2023, 12:00 pm

      Hi Debbie, so glad that you liked it, and thanks for the comment! 🙂

  • Alison
    July 22, 2023, 5:08 pm

    They’ve got a ground floor bedroom and a carpeted loft. I don’t see where a loft bedroom fits in the model shown.

    • Eric
      July 24, 2023, 8:50 am

      The carpeted loft IS the bedroom. Some people just like a very low ceiling height. Not a big drama…

      • Alison
        July 24, 2023, 12:08 pm

        Ah! I see, you are right. The two photos looked different—different angles, slightly different staging. Thanks!

  • vee
    July 22, 2023, 9:22 pm

    I love this one!

  • Jill Mitis
    July 24, 2023, 9:21 am

    How is this a THOW? While it may have wheels both models have widths above standard towing limits. You’d constantly need special permits in any state you traveled and road access would be limited.

    • James D.
      July 26, 2023, 6:16 pm

      THOW (Tiny House On Wheels), there’s nothing about that which requires it to be only of road legal size. So makes no difference if it needs permits to move… It’s only has to be built like a house and be on wheels to be a THOW… Rests is just a matter of convenience, preferences, etc.

  • cathy
    July 27, 2023, 3:43 pm

    Are these photos of the 9′ or 11′ wide model?

    • James D.
      July 28, 2023, 4:33 pm

      11’…

  • Laila
    August 17, 2023, 10:35 am

    Love this model and all the light! It’s hard to tell, but you might get a desk up in the loft by the entry. It looks like there’s room for more than a two-burner stove – is there a reason most of these feature 2-burner stoves? I have seen some with full size stoves/ovens. Just wondering as this model is so lovely.

    • James D.
      August 17, 2023, 1:47 pm

      “is there a reason most of these feature 2-burner stoves?”

      Usually 2-burner are just what is most practical, in terms of cost and space usage. Since, most won’t need to use more than 2 at a time…

      Everything has trade offs, every bit of space you give to one thing is space you have to take away from something else and the larger and more complex a feature then the more it will usually cost. So it’s all about balance and priorities…

      Mind, cooking needs can range from as small as just one person on up to large groups and it’s more efficient to scale the cooking area to the number of people that will be served regularly. Otherwise, there is waste…

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