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20-ft. Tiny House With Pull-Under Bed


For $38,000, this beautiful off-grid THOW could be yours! Sitting on a 20-foot trailer, the interior has a lovely natural feel and a super-neat pull-out bed/sofa to give you a ground-floor sleeping area.

The kitchen is set up a bit, and has a breakfast bar and farmhouse sink. On the other side of the home is the loft bedroom and the bathroom with plenty of closet and shelving space.

It’s situated in Buffalo, NY, and can be delivered within the Northeast/Tri-State area. Contact the seller (Jack) here!

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Off-Grid Tiny House With Unique Pull-Under Bed Design

Here you can see the awesome pull-out bed!

The kitchen feels organic somehow.

There’s a fan and a loft bedroom.

Bathroom has lots of storage.

Shower stall and pegs for towels.

Exterior storage on the tongue.

Cheerful blue door! Welcome.

Highlights:

  • (20′ trailer, 180 sqft, 13’5″ high, 8′ wide)
  • Buffalo, NY (Can be delivered in Northeast/Tri-State)
  • Off-grid capable solar system (capable of utility power as well as solar power)
  • Nature’s Head composting toilet
  • Amenities:
  • THE UTILITIES
    -Includes solar starter kit with 3000kw Growatt inverter, four 345w solar panels, and two 56v battery banks.
    -20 gallon electric hot water tank (3000w)
    -Nature’s Head Composting Toilet
    -Electric space heater (1000w, 1500w adjustable)
    -32 gallon water tank and 12v pump included, not installed
  • THE BATHROOM
    -Walk-in shower
    -Full closet with 2′ deep shelving and coat rack
  • THE LIVING ROOM
    -Sleeping loft
    -Pull-out under-kitchen storage area (currently used as storage/couch seating)
    -Ladder
    -Blackout curtains and locking double-pane windows
  • THE KITCHEN
    -Storage stairs that push in for more living room space
    -Mini fridge
    -Kraus pull-down faucet
    -Porcelain tub sink
    -Under-counter storage

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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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  • Joyce Rader
    February 28, 2021, 11:40 am

    Good idea to push those kitchen steps back. As they are positioned for use they partly block the entry door causing a stumble area. Maybe reversing their location to the opposite side would be safer. Then you only need to worry about stumbling over an open seating area unless chairs were used. Having a raised kitchen and or living area is a nice idea. My main concern would be the proper location of the entry door to avoid hazards or the hassle of moving things out of the way to access the door.

    • Theresa Perdue
      March 3, 2021, 12:02 pm

      I really like this especially the big kitchen sink but I couldn’t see a stove? Love the purple 💜. And I will be hunting for one of those little stools to buy😂. All in all a lovely little home.

      • James D.
        March 4, 2021, 3:40 am

        No stove, just the removable two burner induction cooktop that you can put away when not in use…

  • Marsha Cowan
    March 1, 2021, 12:16 pm

    I love the kitchen! Having it elevated just a little adds charm to the place, and the rounded edges on the counters and sink gives it an Old School feel, especially with all the warm wood. I really like the eating area, and that it faces the living area so one can see out the windows or watch TV while sitting there. The bathroom is very well done, especially the closets. I have always liked the pull-out bed idea and using a portion of the end as a sofa. I am sure that those cushions are pulled around to lean on while sitting. Is the area on the side of the bed under the kitchen reachable for storage, too? Maybe from outside? Just wondering. Really nice home : )

    • James D.
      March 4, 2021, 4:05 am

      It does say the trundle bed is, “currently used as storage/couch seating”, but it doesn’t look that usable for storage unless you get rid of the bed…

      Basically, it’s set up like a big drawer you can pull out to use it as a bed but the length of the bed would reach the exterior wall and not leave any space for storage, except they have the mattress folded to use as a couch and that leaves half the platform that can be used as storage in that configuration. While you can see from the exterior photo that there’s no door/hatch on that side.

      So just the steps are dedicated storage and the under kitchen space is just for storing them when you want them out of the way.

      There is the exterior storage shed on the trailer tongue but that likely holds the home mechanicals.

  • janice mazzare
    March 10, 2021, 6:50 pm

    I absolutely love it all. The only thing I would change is a small staircase in place of the ladder. Some of us are not climbers. There is a lot to be had for that price.
    Jan

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