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Adorable! Rasa by Simplify Further Tiny Homes


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This tiny house in Gainsville, Florida, was built by Simplify Further Tiny Homes. It is brand-new and ready to purchase! Called “The Rasa,” this 20-foot tiny house features a cool “middle” loft that makes a living room above an enclosed bedroom with a low ceiling. This negates middle-of-the-night ladder climbing, while still maximizing space.

That said, there is another loft in the home with a ladder, should you need it for storage, an office or another sleeping area. The kitchen has sleek black cabinets and beautiful butcher block countertops, and the 3/4 bathroom has a built-in linen closet. You can purchase the house for $40,000.

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From this perspective, you can see the “middle” loft.

And here’s the standard loft.

The darker wood tone and industrial piping complement each other.

There are many lower cabinets for storage.

A compact corner stair goes to the living room.

Some small shelving works well for glasses.

This is a comfortable spot to hang out.

And you can sleep here! So nice.

The window keeps it from feeling claustrophobic.

The tiled shower stall is nice in the bathroom.

The bathroom has residential toilet.

A washer/dryer unit hides behind the steps.

I love the door with internal blinds!

Details:

  • Immediate Delivery Nationwide:
  • Multiple variations of the Rasa model tiny home available
  • Obsidian Black: Dropped loft, bedroom on main floor, queen sleeping loft, lofted living room, white cabinets, fixed custom staircase, open passageway – $45k
  • Obsidian Black: Dropped loft, bedroom on main floor, queen sleeping loft, lofted living room, black cabinets, slide-out black stairs, half wall – Discounted $40k
  • Tiny Home Features:
  • Perfect for short-term rentals, guest houses, or tiny family homes
  • Two queen-sized sleeping areas
  • Spacious living room area
  • Kitchenette with 2-burner electric cooktop, stainless steel sink, mini fridge
  • Washer/dryer combo unit
  • 5×7 bathroom with 36in tiled shower, marble vanity, flush toilet, built-in shelving
  • Sleeps 4-6 people
  • Designed for short-term rental hosts with durable materials and easy-to-clean design
  • High ROI, investment pay-off in approximately 2 years on short-term rental platforms
  • Specifications:
  • Professionally designed on a 20’ x 8’ industry-leading trailer with (2) 7K axles (14k total)
  • 264 square feet of livable space
  • Built to NOAH Standard with Certificate of Inspection upon request
  • 30-day Manufacturer’s Warranty in 48 states
  • Family-owned business with over 100 tiny homes built
  • Winner of multiple awards at Florida Tiny Home Festival
  • Featured in various magazines and news outlets
  • Airbnb SuperHosts with 2k+ reviews, offering Airbnb Furnishing Packages and Consultation
  • Nationwide delivery available immediately ($4/mile)
  • Exterior/Connections:
  • Shed roof
  • LP smart siding and board & batten trim
  • Exterior outlet
  • Under trailer plumbing/sewage lines ready to connect to 3” clean out
  • 50 amp twist lock RV inlet
  • 12,000 BTU mini-split AC with heat pump
  • 29 gauge metal roof
  • Total weight 8k lbs
  • Interior Features:
  • Professional waterproof LVP flooring in living space and lofts
  • Shiplap or tongue and groove interior walls
  • Overhead LED lighting
  • 8 windows plus full glass door for maximum natural light and airflow
  • R-19 floor insulation, R-13 wall insulation, R-19 ceiling insulation
  • 7’x7’ master loft ready for a queen mattress with black metal safety railings
  • 5’x7’ secondary loft ready for a queen size mattress with black metal safety railings
  • Lofts equipped with egress escape windows per RV code
  • Custom built fixed ladders/stairs to lofts
  • Living Room:
  • 5’x7’ under loft living space with 2 windows
  • Double-paned impact-resistant windows
  • Large wall space for mounting a TV
  • Space for a couch or sofa bed
  • Full glass door with built-in blinds
  • Kitchen:
  • Electric instant hot water heater (installed under kitchen cabinets)
  • Stainless steel sink with pull-down sprayer faucet
  • Butcher block countertop sealed with food-grade butcher block conditioner and sealant
  • Built-in flushmount 2-burner electric cooktop stove with 9 heat settings
  • Under-counter mini-refrigerator with freezer
  • Cabinets for pots/pans/cutlery and kitchen utensils
  • Combo washer/dryer unit under main loft stairs with hookups
  • Option for breakfast bar or additional cabinet for storage
  • Custom open shelving above countertops
  • Track lighting fixture above kitchen sink
  • Multiple over-counter outlets
  • Bathroom:
  • 36” shower stall with full tile surround
  • 30” bathroom vanity with engineered marble top and cabinet storage
  • Ceramic tile flooring
  • 2’x3’ built-in storage closet beside shower
  • Opening window for natural light and airflow
  • Custom swing door – pine wood with matching stain to tiny home
  • Pine tongue and groove ceiling – stained
  • Switch-controlled vented fan for optimum airflow
  • LED lighting
  • Full-size gravity flush toilet
  • Additional Fees:
  • Optional Furnishing Package: +$5k
  • Delivery: $4/mile from Lake Butler, FL (Pick up available at no extra cost)
  • Sales Tax: 6%

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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
    May 22, 2024, 7:47 am

    I would make alot of changes to this home. I would get rid of all the black and dark wood. I would get rid of the small black stair case and put a free standing apartment size stove and remove that small cook top. I would replace the kitchen facet with one that has a spout and hot and cold handles because the one they have will break in a year. I know this because I had one. I would not have tile in the shower. Because it will have to be regrouted in a couple of years and be resealed. If you don’t you will have water damage,been there in my own bathroom. Full fiber glass walls should be used. I would replace the front door with a fan light door,the one they have the blind will break in time and have to be replaced. The white grout for the bathroom floor is a no. It will get real dirty.

    • James D.
      May 22, 2024, 12:24 pm

      These days, the shower should have a water proof membrane in place before anything else. So shouldn’t be a problem unless the bathroom wasn’t done properly.

      There’s also many faux tile products that would have no grout issues and avoids the weight of tiles. Along with the higher cost of doing tiles to the standard required for a mobile structure.

      There’s even products where you can swap out the top layer to change appearance whenever you want…

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