Today I want to introduce a never-before-featured-on-THT builder, Globe Tiny Homes, located in Overbrook, Kansas, and their latest model, the 26′ Prairie Drifter Tiny House.
The home packs a lot in, including two lofts and a “flex room” in the back that could fit a queen size bed for those not interested in or unable to climb:
This house was built to meet or exceed the national building standards for NFPA (national fire protection association), NEC (national electrical code), IRC (international residential code), and HNTSA (national highway & transportation safety association – for tiny house on wheels) with the inspections done by a third party service called the National Organization of Alternative Housing (NOAH certified) meaning that it meets the RVIA standards plus the IRC standards. It has a NOAH Certified Seal that is associated to the trailer VIN and their website has a video archive of the entire build process.
Get more details about the home, as well as contact information, below the pictures. Enjoy!