Meet Vicki: For the better part of a decade she’s been downsizing from her 1,800 square foot home. First down to around 600 and then to 400, and then to about 250 square feet when she retired.
But after three years living tiny, she decided she’d like an addition for guests like her son. And perhaps down the road she’ll choose to sleep down there rather than in her loft bedroom. I love that she isn’t allowing rules or perceptions to keep her from having a home that works for her and her needs!
She has her home in a lovely park in Tennessee, and there’s a huge deck with an outdoor shower overlooking woodlands. Enjoy the Tiny Home Tour below.
This is an absolutely beautiful double loft tiny home with lots of space and natural light inside. If you haven’t seen it before, I’ve featured it in this post.
Best of all, if you want to try out tiny living, you can do it too by taking making your next vacation a tiny house vacation. Check out the Music City Tiny House website for more information on how to stay there.
When you go inside there are two lofts, a bathroom with full shower, composting toilet, kitchen with refrigerator, 2-burner stove, sink, living area with futon, shelving, storage, and more. There’s also a built in covered porch outside. If you ask me, I’d say this is a steal of a deal for a done-for-you tiny home on wheels with an asking price of only $22,500.
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Unfortunately the timing of everything wasn’t perfect so I didn’t get to visit the house yet (don’t worry you’ll still get to see it) but I did get to hang out with them and get to know them for a bit which was awesome.
We met about an hour away from the house so we can hang out at the beach. We had so much fun we totally forgot to take pictures together. I’m planning another visit soon once the tiny house is ready to stay in. I’ll let you know when it’s ready to because for a little while they’ll be renting it out until they officially move into it.
I think you’ll enjoy the interior because for some reason most people don’t end up installing murphy beds in tiny houses. And I just don’t get that. But Joe finally did just that and I’d love to read your thoughts about it in the comments. I think it’s a great way to avoid the need for a sleeping loft and you can instead use the available loft space for storage. You’ve got to love the built in porch, too. I’m sure it disassembles relatively easy for when you need to tow the house. But for me something like this is a must.
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