It’s called the Tall Man’s Tiny House because the builders are brothers and they are both 6’7″ tall.
They designed and built the house just as if they were going to use it for themselves.
So if you’re tall or you plan on sharing your tiny home with someone else who’s tall, this might be your chance to pick up a ready-made home for a really good deal. More details on that below.
The windows are huge which makes it feel so open inside. In the pictures- at least to me- it looks like a much larger home.
It’s also unique because it has both a modern and a rustic feel to it. It turns out that one brother is a builder and the other an artist/designer. It’s no wonder it turned out so nice.
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Tiny House Design for Tall People
Photo Credit Tall Man’s Tiny House
It’s 130 square feet inside without including the sleeping loft. They built it on a trailer with dual 3,500-pound axles and the home weighs an estimated 6000 pounds.
They’re asking just $27,000 for it. And look at it! It’s gorgeous. I’m not sure if that figure includes all of the furniture, etc. but it’d be interesting to find out. If you want to buy it contact them asap because I don’t see it lasting too long at that price.
The project was inspired by two of Michael Janzen’s solar tiny house plans from Tiny House Design.
You can read more details about the house if you’re interested right here on the builders about page.
They are also a lot more Tall Man’s Tiny House Photos that you can look at on this page, too.
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