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Board and Batten 28-Ft. Luxury Tiny House

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Check out this stunning board and batten luxury 28′ Tiny House for sale in Emmett, ID right now. It has a standard loft-bedroom design, with storage stairs to give you easy access and big skylights for extra natural light.

Shiplap covers all the walls and there’s a cozy living room when you first walk in. A galley kitchen takes up the middle of the home and in the back, you’ll find a full bathroom with a stacked washer and dryer! What do you think?

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Beautiful Modern Farmhouse Design w/ Loft Bedroom

I love that big storage cabinet.

There’s a lovely galley kitchen with a little breakfast bar.

There’s a storage staircase up to the loft bedroom.

So much storage in here!

There’s an oven and fridge as well.

More storage!

A beautiful front door with a big window.

There are huge skylights in the loft.

There’s laundry in the bathroom.

A nice little vanity.

There’s even a bathtub!

What do you think of this tiny house?

What’s your favorite part?


  • $85,000
  • Emmett, ID
  • Luxury 28′ Tiny House! Some key features include…
  • 2×4 Framing
  • Spray foam insulation in walls, floor, and ceiling
  • 4 skylights
  • 30 AMP hookup
  • Propane gas connection
  • Gas water heater
  • Gas range
  • Gas dryer
  • All appliances included
  • LVP flooring
  • Quartz countertop
  • Tile backsplash
  • Mini split unit
  • Exterior steps included

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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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  • Donna Rae
    February 27, 2023, 4:58 pm

    It is certainly aesthetically pleasing! I like the materials they chose and the color scheme. Lots of counter space in the kitchen, too, and so glad that they provided a blank wall across from the sofa for a nice big flat screen tv!!! I do see a few changes I might make, though. The storage under the tv is pretty small. I think I’d opt for something just a bit taller and with drawers and doors to hid the clutter. An antique would add some character to the place, too. 😉 Rather than a shed roof, if it was gabled, there would be better head room in the loft and it wouldn’t take away from its looks at all. And I’d prefer not to have a curtain covering the opening of a storage cabinet. Put a solid door on that thing and it will stay looking nice for longer than the fabric that will get soiled and frayed. Put doors on the cabinets above the refrigerator, too, please. I think those are pretty minor changes and all based on my own personal preferences. Overall, it is a great little tiny with lots of good stuff packed in while still not being too over crowded. It might be a little tight but they don’t call it tiny for no reason! Kudos to the designers!

  • Liz
    February 27, 2023, 5:43 pm

    I think it’s a great place. Really well put together. It seems like it would be hard on the eyes to be so close to the large screen t.v. A smaller couch is called for in such a small space. I personally prefer more width to the TH. And… I couldn’t see my self crawling into my bed (unlike my younger years) or smacking my head on the ceiling since headroom is so limited. I wonder if people consider all the cons of having a bedroom space so small that the only way to get into bed is to crawl there or stoop. How fast could you escape if, God forbid, there would be a fire. The low ceiling would he claustrophobic.

  • Richard L
    February 27, 2023, 6:28 pm

    Has anyone else noticed that the first photo doesn’t match the following photos? The 1st photo shows a trailer with 3 axles and the other photos depict a trailer with just 2 axles. Also the exterior siding is different and where are the attractive double height large windows that look so impressive in the 1st photo? Someone has made an error in this article. I would much rather see the interior features of the trailer with 3 axles, with the combined board and batten and lap siding, and the little roof covering over the door. That tiny house is a handsome construction and very appealing. Can someone sort this out and get the correct photos for this tiny
    home? It would be a great follow up article. Thanks!

    • Natalie C. McKee
      February 28, 2023, 5:21 am

      Thanks for pointing this out, Richard! I did these two posts back to back and the exteriors were so similar I didn’t notice I had picked up an old photo. That first image (3 axles) is of this home >>> https://tinyhousetalk.com/265-sq-ft-new-construction-tiny-home-in-washington/ All the other pictures on this post (Board and Batten 28-ft. Luxury Tiny House) go to the 2 axle home. I’ve updated this post to reflect that!

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