Anyway, not long after that, Adam designed and developed the Stem-n-Leaf Tiny House which we featured here. It’s been several years now, and so, if you liked that design now is a really great time to invest in the plans so you can build it later because they’re on sale for 80% off which brings the price down quite a bit. The basic plans, for example are only $20 down from $100. The full plans are $35 down from $175, and the plans + model (which include SketchUp files), are only $40 down from $200. Pretty awesome! Anyway, if you want to learn more about it below and spread the word. Thanks.
It was first built and known as the Upslope Tiny House, then it was refined and built again as the Mac Shack, and then it was improved a third time when a new customer made another variation to the design and so now it is called the Crestone that could make for a great tiny house project.
The Terraform One tiny house (T1) is the perfect home for the individual, couple, or family who wants to live the tiny house life, but not give up all the comforts of a larger home. The home was designed with the first time DIYer in mind and is extremely flexible to be customized to your needs. Because of the use of SIPs style construction, the shell of T1 was completed in 2 days. The home was dried in within 2 weeks and Richard was living in the home within 4 ½ months of the trailer showing up.
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The Terraform One Tiny House on Wheels Built with SIPs
The METRO tiny house is the brainchild of Artisan Tiny House and is a nod to the mid-century curved travel trailers, with aluminum siding and exposed fasteners. She has traveled regionally, from Wenatchee, Washington and The Dalles, Oregon to some shows in Portland, Oregon. Everywhere she went people were amazed at how light and open she is, often commenting they could not believe she was only 20 ft. long.
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If you want to take your tiny house on the road with you, this would be a good choice because it’s only 14ft long and you still get everything you probably need in a tiny home.
According to RMTH, this particular unit ended up costing about $31,000 back in 2016. Outside, it’s got rusty corrugated steel wainscot siding and a beautiful little covered entrance on the rear of the trailer with a custom, skinny dutch door — I love it!
The 14ft Mac Shack Tiny House on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes
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