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Lifeguard Stand Tiny House In Florida

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This is the Green Lifeguard Stand Tiny House vacation rental in Sarasota, Florida. According to the listing, it’s Amish-built in 2018 and is located less than 1-mile to the beach. Nice!

It’s decorated with Margaritaville-style decor and features a kitchenette, bathroom, living area, and two sleeping lofts. Take a look and let us know what you think about it in the comments below!

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Amish-built Lifeguard Stand Tiny House With Two Sleeping Lofts Near the Beach in Sarasota

Lifeguard Stand Theme Tiny House In Florida

Images via Tiny House Siesta

A tiny minimalist beach house… How do you like it?

Lifeguard Stand Theme Tiny House In Florida

The ladder goes up the first bedroom and the stairs to the second one.

Lifeguard Stand Theme Tiny House In Florida

See the first bedroom that is above the living area.

Lifeguard Stand Theme Tiny House In Florida

And here is the second bedroom.

Lifeguard Stand Theme Tiny House In Florida

View from the kitchen…

Lifeguard Stand Theme Tiny House In Florida

There is a stove, refrigerator, and microwave, so you can cook during this weekend beach getaway!

Lifeguard Stand Theme Tiny House In Florida

Images via Tiny House Siesta

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  • Fred
    September 9, 2019, 9:28 am

    Nice home. I like the whole “Beach” motif. Inventive! =)
    I like the little caboose (“lifeguard stand”) on the back of the unit.
    Its a nice look. Hints at a bit of “Craftsman styling”.

    • James D.
      September 10, 2019, 1:10 am

      A few versions of this have been made. The original was built by Upper Valley Tiny Homes and it was one of Tiny Siesta’s first rental units but that builder went out of business and sold off their designs, which I think Tiny Siesta’s owner has the rights to as every version I’ve seen since then has been linked to them…

  • September 9, 2019, 3:04 pm

    Being a closet Parrot Head I was hoping for a little more crustiness. I am thinking a light lime green interior wall treatment and some Palm Frond ceilings would help tremendously or ceiling Mural. The real the draw is that front porch as the inside is a bit too sterile for my tastes. This might work a LO better with some sort of slide there on the sofa area…Maybe a push out window seat system. These types of options lend a lot of credence to innovation in what builders can produce. I am hoping soon there will be Hemp SIPS available that can have cast in fish scale surfaces molded right into the panels. Can you imagine a Baroque Tiny House or even and Art Deco? Hemp innovation will bring a great renaissance to an already blossoming firld IMHO.

  • Louise
    September 9, 2019, 8:22 pm

    Sure wish I could afford a tiny home …That’s bigger then my 2 room place I rent ..I get 187 ss..I can work ..I hope so My son’s homeless he pays for my 2 room place ..Do they have a rent to own ..you could buy

    • Fred
      September 10, 2019, 10:02 am


      Why not call them and find out?

      • James D.
        September 11, 2019, 12:17 am

        Tiny House Siesta is basically a tiny house hotel in the Siesta Key beach area in Florida… So they’re not a builder, but each of their homes were built by one and you can find out from them which one built the one you’re interested in and then contact them if they’re still in business, as at least two of their homes are from builders that are no longer around but the rest should still be available and they got a new builder for at least this Lifeguard style design…

        If it’s a RVIA certified builder then they probably qualify for a RV loan financing option and there are some companies starting to offer financial options in at least some parts of the country that may be a option depending where you’re located…

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