This is the Santa Fe Tiny House by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes. It’s a 376-square-foot tiny house that’s 33-feet long, 8-feet wide, and 13-feet 6-inches tall. The exterior siding features a combination of wood and metal siding and the use of both round and square windows.
The living area features an L-shaped couch with a staircase that leads you into the main bedroom which is over the hitch of the trailer. The bathroom has a washer/dryer, vanity, and a Nature’s Head Composting Toilet.
The kitchen features a copper sink, cooktop oven, refrigerator, cabinets, and a storage staircase that takes you to the other loft which is right over the kitchen area of the home.
376-Square-Foot Santa Fe Tiny House on Wheels by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes
It’s a deluxe, custom built tiny house that’s inviting, spacious, and bright. It’s built on a 28ft gooseneck trailer and has a 7ft deck loft which gives you a bedroom with over 6ft of head room.
The open floor plan gives you a great room with an L-shaped sofa with built-in storage and stained glass pendent lighting. The walls are tongue and groove pine wainscoting and the floors are made of beige cork.
The Beautiful 35ft Valhalla Tiny Home on Wheels by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes
This is the Valhalla 35ft Gooseneck Tiny House on Wheels built by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes out of Lyons, Colorado.
At 35ft, it’s a pretty large tiny home so if you’re hesitant to live tiny because of space limitations, this might help you reconsider! From the outside, you’ll notice the triple axle trailer and the side-entry french door sandwiched by two beautiful, round windows which give it a little bit of a nautical vibe, doesn’t it?
Step inside to the beautiful interior and I don’t think you will be disappointed! As you walk in, the living area and bedroom are to your right while the kitchen and bathroom are to your left. You’ll also find that storage is no problem-o in this tiny house. So what do you think, can you see yourself joyfully living tiny here? Duh, right?😄
This is the SimBLISSity 24′ + 7′ JJ’s Place, which I call “Rustic Elegance.”
The custom home sits on a 24′ gooseneck with a 7′ “deck” where the main bedroom is located, allowing for nearly 6 ft. of headroom, which is great for a tiny house bedroom. The house won the Denver Home Show’s “best use of space” award, and after taking the photo tour, I’m sure you’ll see why! The use of beetle kill pine and corrugated metal makes the inside cozy and romantic.
Get all the details below and enjoy the pictures! If you want a home like it, find the contact info for SimBLISSity at the end.
From the outside, you’ll notice beautiful stone siding all around the base of the house and a gable-style metal roof with dormers for the loft. When you go inside, you’ll find an entirely wooden interior with a large loft bedroom, living room, kitchen, and bathroom with a composting toilet.
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