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Lodge Anywhere Tiny House from Rollin Cabins
- Rollin Cabins Panorama Picture
- Rollin Cabins ltd, hand out flyer
- 160sq. ft. Living space with 50sq. Ft. Loft
- Professionally engineered, meets or exceeds CSA standards
- Steel roofing with full ice and water under coating
- 30 Inch propane range, Six cubic Foot
- propane fridge
- Two 30Lb Propane tanks with covers
- 11,000 BTU propane heater
- 6 D Ring tie downs
- 4 levelling jacks
- LED lighting
- 18 gauge galvanized under sheeting
- Two fifteen thousand pound safety chains
- Safety breakaway kit
- Nine opening windows one being egress
- Bathroom with shower, toilet and vanity
- Microwave oven
- 120v and 12v electrical system
- 160 watt solar kit for off-grid living
- Two seven thousand pound axels with brakes on both
- Winter ready R-20 to R-30 spray foam in floor, walls and ceiling
- 32inch flat screen tv
- 80CFM roof ventilator
- Two outdoor lights with outdoor plug
- Fresh water storage tank with 12v pump
- Custom built cabinets
- A.C. Unit
- Contact for price
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This is really nice, maybe the nicest one you have shown. I could move in and not change anything. It is decorated just as I would do it. Even the bathroom is perfect. The downfall for me with these small places are not enough closet & storage space. Keep showing these tiny homes . . . .
Glad you liked it Louise! — Tiny House Talk Team
High-end end components, a large enough heater, and attractive. I suspect the price will be too high for most, but it certainly looks well-done.
The small amount of storage is something that generally comes with the territory, and we people want more, something else will need to be cut. Personally, I like the balance that’s been achieved here. I say this from the perspective of someone already living in a Tiny Home, who’s already gone through the struggle of downsizing.
Thanks so much for offering your insight Coffee! — Tiny House Talk Team
again I love most of this one. Hate not having stairs to get into the bed loft area. The stairs can also supply the extra storage that is needed. I hate ladders. JMO
I was loving it, until I saw the fridge next to the stove. Common sense dictates they should be separated, or you are going to be replacing, or fixing the fridge more often than normal. Why have top of the line appliances, and abuse them that way?There should be a cabinet between them, or they should be on opposite walls. The more space between them the better. It allows the fridge to work more efficiently without having to work harder, and more often.
It seems to me very well crafted, great insulation and equipment.
Don’t like loft and ugly dormers at the front because of aerodynamics when on the road.
Asking price would be interesting
Oh really! Wow! Here in Canada! Wish it wasn’t so high in the price, could have snapped it up! Loved the inside, but not the loft.
Very nice inside and out, beautifully finished.
Very nice lodgings….!
Sorry, I may have missed it but I can’t find a price. Could you post it here please?