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Pingora Tiny House with a Living Room Loft by Wind River Tiny Homes


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Here is a beautiful 24′ Pingora model tiny house that starts at $88,400* by Wind River Tiny Homes that was just completed for a client in July. The Pingora features a “reverse loft,” where the living room is in the lofted area and a bedroom (4 feet-high) is underneath.

You walk into the galley kitchen that had butcher block countertops, an oven, and some nice cabinetry. There’s a compact bathroom with a shower stall at the other end of the THOW and a little storage loft overhead. What do you think of this layout?

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Butcher block countertops and a farmhouse sink.

You could even put a small sectional up here.

There’s a mini loft for storage.

The bedroom is *under* the living room.

Cream-colored shiplap keeps the place light and bright.

Here’s the one-piece shower stall in the bathroom.

Gravity-bowl toilet in the bathroom.

Details:

  • 24 ft tiny home with reverse loft—living area lofted above main floor sleeping area. Certified Park Model RV.
  • 8.4′ W x 24′ L x 13.4′ H
  • Heavy-duty, custom-built tiny home trailer with double-axle, bumper-pull, trailer brakes, and highway lighting. Primed, painted, and DOT approved.
  • Tuff-Rib metal roof. Shed (single-pitch) roofline. Alternative rooflines available.
  • ZIP System water resistant structural panels.
  • LP SmartSide painted lap siding or board and batten siding and trim (custom colors available).
  • 50 amp RV hookup for electrical service to home. Exterior outlets.
  • Fresh water hose inlet and onboard shut-off valve and pressure reducer.
  • Exterior console with propane regulator and braided cord for ground mounted propane tanks separate from the tiny house.
  • Propane tankless on-demand water heater.
  • Ductless mini split A/C and heat pump, 9,000 BTU.
  • Painted shiplap or smooth panel (paint & stain options available).
  • V-joint, shiplap, or smooth panel (paint & stain options available).
  • 3/4″ pre-finished hardwood floors.
  • Fiberglass door, full-light (custom colors, french, & sliding doors available).
  • Marvin brand fiberglass windows, double paned. Fixed, single-hung, or slider. White, no grids (color options and grids available).
  • Slim profile LED ceiling lights. One standard ceiling fan. Exterior light sconce. Bathroom vanity light.
  • Open living area available for your furniture or desk. Built-ins by Wind River Furniture also available.
  • 6.7′ x 7.5′ master sleeping area on main floor with lofted living area above. Wood railing in lofted living area (metal railing option available).
  • Closed lower cabinets (shaker or flat panel) with soft close hardware and finish-grade plywood boxes; open upper shelving. Butcher block counter with drop-in stainless or composite sink. Brushed nickel, oil rubbed bronze, or black faucet and cabinet hardware (other finish options available).
  • 2-burner electric cooktop, 3/4 size 24″ fridge. Combo washer/dryer hookups only.
  • 36″ x 34″ shower pan and insert (tile options available). Low-profile vanity. Pocket or swing door.
  • Round-bowl gravity flush toilet. Connections (vent/outlet) for alternative toilet also available.
  • One year limited warranty on workmanship. Pass-through warranty on appliances and certain materials.

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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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  • Maria Kentala
    August 4, 2023, 6:52 am

    I like the lay out but would make a few changes. In loft no wood burning stove,In kitchen a free standing apartment size electric stove,a under the counter frig/freezer combo so I would have more counter space. In bathroom a flush toilet. All the black hardware gone. Nickel instead. Electric hot water heater. I want all electric,no propane. Just my thoughts.

    • James D.
      August 6, 2023, 2:00 pm

      Apologies, if you already know this, it’s just an FYI in case you don’t…

      -“In loft no wood burning stove”

      That’s a “reverse loft”, which means they flipped the normal design. So the loft is below, instead of above, which means, in this case, that’s actually the living room…

      -“Electric hot water heater. I want all electric,no propane.”

      Possible, but normally only an option if you’re okay with a tank water heater. Since, an on-demand heater will require much higher electrical service connection than is normally available for a tiny home. I’d say 200A service connection would be the minimum unless you have very minimal needs but most tiny homes won’t have above 50A connection unless it’s specially configured for a higher service connection, with a property that has that kind of service connection available, and wired properly for an electric on-demand heater.

      Though, if you can get multiple 50A service connections, you may get away with it. A on-demand water heater can have multiple heating elements wired to separate service connections to split the load and having nothing else running at the same time can help… Otherwise, just consider the space requirements for a tank heater…

  • Maria Kentala
    August 4, 2023, 6:53 am

    Also I like the other model of this with all the wood.

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