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Skid Foundation Tiny Home w/ First Floor Bedroom

This is an excellent skid foundation tiny home that takes advantage of not being tied to the size of a trailer. At 14×24, it feels extra spacious inside, especially in the great room where the living room, dining space, and kitchen all combine.

The additional width also allows for a first-floor bedroom or office space. And the bathroom has plenty of elbow room! There is a large loft for storage, sleeping, or guests. All that, for $57.5K, is for sale now in Indiana.

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14×24 Tiny House: 431sqft and $57.5K

It has a pretty exterior color!

They have room for appliances of your choosing.

There’s a lovely stainless sink in front of a big window.

The walls are all real wood shiplap.

I like that lighting fixture.

There’s a decent amount of lower cabinet storage.

Here’s the bedroom on the first floor. Could also be an office.

The entryway into the living room.

Here’s the bathroom with a little shower stall.

The other view of the bathroom.

Up in the lot. It’s carpeted for warmth!

You can put a nice big mattress up here.


New 2023 Tiny House on Skid Foundation – $57,499
Ready for Delivery! 14×24 with loft 431sqft total

Beautiful open concept living space and full of natural light!

Free local delivery and set up assistance.*

What makes this home unique compared to others?

1. At 14 ft wide, you will not get the feeling you live in a hallway.

2. 9 ft walls with vaulted ceilings! The wall height in a typical home is 8ft and often in other tiny homes it may only be 7ft or less. The added height in this home affords the sense of expanse within a yet economical footprint. This means you will not feel cramped.

3. The ship lap walls are actual wood not MDS particle board or compressed cardboard. So your walls will last the lifetime of the home and you can hang your wall coverings where you want and not be concerned about chipping or scratching. (Note homes with drywall can have wall cracking during transport)

4. All the trim around the windows, doors, and baseboards are beautiful English Chestnut hardwood. Hardwood is very resistant to damage and can easily be touched up if there is an accidental scratch. So, your home will maintain its beautiful appearance and resale value.

5. This house accommodates standard sized appliances. You do not have to fuss with special orders of tiny (and often more expensive) appliances and you can source them most anywhere.

6. The ceiling is a beautifully hand-stained solid wood and has a triple coat polyurethane to last a lifetime.

7. The windows are NOT cheap mini-barn style windows. They are low maintenance and have a steel-reinforced sash. The decorative grids are between the glass for easy cleaning and add curb appeal. The glass is Low-E glass with Argon to reduce energy costs, interior condensation, and protects against harmful UV rays. These ENERGY STAR® certified windows are rated for northern climates to keep out the cold of winter and keep in the cool during summer.

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*Local is defined as existing within 50 miles of area code 47471

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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
    March 15, 2023, 2:29 pm

    I really like how spacious this one feels! The color choices are nice, too. Overall it’s a great Tiny House but there are a couple of things that make it just a bit awkward though I realize that the minimal staging may contribute to that. It deserves mentioning that the small table and chairs are inadequate. How much better it might have been to have an elevated table that could also be used as additional counter space. I am curious about that gray square in the middle of that nice big wall. It looks like it is an electrical panel but regardless of what it is, it makes that wall difficult to utilize. Without that little door, you could put some really great floor to ceiling storage that could include a fun coffee station. Because that little door looks like it might need to be kept free for access, it chops the wall up, making it less usable. That lonely chair in the living area makes that space look small when it might just be the right size for a sectional sofa for comfortable entertaining and TV watching…maybe even extra sleeping. What a huge bathroom which is nice but why arrange it so it has such a small shower? I might want to re-examine that situation if I were buying one of these so the shower could give you some nice elbow room. It’s a nice little place and is actually very livable but for my personal preferences, I’d suggest those few changes. Thanks for posting! I think it gives people a lot of food for thought when building their own. Personalizing would seem easy so each of us could make it what we want very well.

    • James D.
      March 15, 2023, 3:22 pm

      “I am curious about that gray square in the middle of that nice big wall. It looks like it is an electrical panel but regardless of what it is, it makes that wall difficult to utilize.”

      Yup, that’s the electrical panel…

  • Debora Copeland
    April 15, 2023, 6:34 pm

    I love this tiny house. I am looking to buy and know what I want. Can you email me with some contact info? I will tell you what I need, not a lot I’m fairly basic in my wants and needs. Thank you Deb Copeland

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