This is a smaller Kootenay with open layout. A 24 foot option can achieve the same feeling with a larger bathroom. Having a ladder allows for more open space and a larger peninsula. We recommend a lift bed (with storage inside), or elevator bed downstairs, for main level sleeping. Often times people use the lofts for storage and live on the main floor. However, if the loft ladder doesn’t bother you, and you want more head room you can expand our dormers (flat roof over loft and 4:12 along the rest of the tiny).
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