This is the story of a giant tiny house built by Bantam Built Homes that they couldn’t quite get to fit out of the door to their shop! Yikes!
Can you imagine building a tiny house in your garage, or a warehouse, only to find out that it wouldn’t be able to roll out? Well, I hate to spill the beans, but they did get it out using a few tricks. Scroll below to see what I mean…
The home is their 20-foot long Everest Model that you may remember. It’s unique because it’s a 20-foot tiny house with a main floor bedroom. It also has a multi-functional living area that can possibly be transformed into additional space for sleeping, a couch, dining space, or your workspace. It seems like a very versatile because of it’s design and easy to tow because it’s not too tall and only 20-feet long.
The home features two lofts (one accessible by great storage stairs), a wonderful galley kitchen and a bathroom with a full-sized tub! I really love that the living room is tucked beneath the main sleeping loft. Enjoy the pictures and take the video tour below to get all the details.
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