After living on a sailboat and in a studio apartment, respectively, Bryan and Chloe decided to purchase a used tiny house and put it on their own mountaintop property in Washington! In order to have some more storage, they also bought a smaller shipping container for their clothes, long-term storage, and tools.
They built a lovely outdoor kitchen and fire pit area outdoors so they can welcome friends and family in the warmer months. Inside, they have a galley kitchen with an air fryer and induction cooktop, a little bathroom with a redone shower stall, and a lovely loft bedroom. What do you think?
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Tiny Living in Washington: Container Storage, Tumbleweed Home
Here’s the view of the kitchen area from the loft.
You can see their container for storage here.
They keep their shoes in a little rack by the front door.
VIDEO: Young couple buys Tiny House, container & private land
- Bryan was living in a sailboat and Chloe in a studio apartment when they found this tiny house for sale and decided to purchase it.
- They didn’t have land yet, but ended up scoring this gorgeous mountaintop property with septic already installed. They spent a decent amount on excavating, but in total only paid $214,000 on the home, container, land, and excavation. Home prices in their city are around $650K.
- In order to have storage, they purchased a shipping container and insulated half of it to use it as a large closet. The other half holds long-term storage and tools.
- The tiny house itself is a Linden model from Tumbleweed tiny homes that was built by students in a carpentry program. They purchased it used from the people who bought it from the students.
- There’s about 144 square feet of living space on the first floor, and then a bedroom loft and a secondary loft for plants and their cat’s litterbox.
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