Now this is a tiny house that really checks all the boxes — there’s even the oft-coveted downstairs bedroom, completely separated from the main living area! It’s built by Tiny Heavens in Vancouver, Washington — a new tiny house builder with tons of promise. It definitely impresses!
The kitchen area features stunning butcher block countertops and a live-edge oak bartop, as well as a full-sized range and large refrigerator. Plenty of counter space! In the bathroom there’s a spacious standing shower, flush toilet and room for a washer/dryer. Kids or guests can go to bed in the loft over the bathroom, accessible via staircase.
The main bedroom is on the other side of the house, filled with windows! Just in front of it is the living space, which can easily fit a cozy couch and entertainment center. They’re asking $99,143 for the home, and you can contact them with questions or offers here.
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This Tiny House Has A Full Bedroom! It’s the Sapphire THOW by Tiny Heavens.
What a stunning kitchen! Love that tile, too.
The “exposed beams” add such character.
A full-sized range makes cooking a breeze.
That bottom stair pulls out and lets you get to the loft.
Perfect window over the sink.
Put your own couch or loveseat here for relaxing.
And enjoy this bedroom loaded with windows!
From the mattress you can see out the large window.
There’s room in this large bathroom for a washer and dryer.
Could you call this home sweet home?
So much awesome natural light!
- 8′ X 31′
- 248 square feet
- Solid wood cabinets
- Butcher block counter-tops
- Natural white oak, live edge table.
- Wood flooring
- 240 volt HVAC mini split heating
- Custom wood stairs and a rustic pipe railing
- The bedroom will accommodate a queen sized bed
- Large window on mattress level
- 36′ vanity and plumbing for RV type washer/dryer
- Stainless steel appliances and stainless steel kitchen sink
- 3,5 inch closed cell spray foam insulation for an R factor of 20
- Floor is insulated with R30, the walls are insulated at R15
- Outside hot and cold hose bibs
- Auxillary outside propane source for BBQ and on demand propane hot water heater
- Two outside receptacles
- Trailer is a heavy duty 3 axle trailer with electric brakes on all axles, break away system, heavy duty fenders, and light hookups.
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Wow this is really nice.Well done.
That is cute! I like the way they did the stairs to the loft. Room for a bed downstairs is a bonus.
Yes the turned step seem to be a great way to save space, that way there’s more room on the wall.
Parts of this are very nice. However being shown with 1 chair in the living area seems a little odd. I know you can change this, but to me , its makes the sitting area appear way to small.
I understand that, for sure. Might just be all they have in terms of staging furniture at the time, since it’s a new company.
Wow, thank you for much for featuring our tiny home here, this one was built with lots of heart! Seeing that you guys also find the character in it makes it very special! Still looking for a happy new owner on this one!
Thank you @tinyhousetalk!!!!
Thank you, Emma! It’s a great home.
I am really interested. I just don’t know where I would park a tiny house. Is there some kind of resource to find that information? I live in south Aurora, Colorado. Thank you!