Meet Joe Everson and his small company, Tennessee Tiny Homes based in Memphis. And in this post, you’ll get to see his first design. Joe built a tiny home on a heavy-duty 8’×16′ trailer with square tubing and a 6″ tongue. Joe used 2×4 framing with 3″ screwed and glued sheathing. All siding that you see on the exterior is cedarwood.
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The porch measures in at 8′ x 3′. Take a look at what they did with the porch ceiling below.
With an asking price of just $30,000, it’s something you might want to consider especially if doing it yourself is just not for you.
The small window at the top here brings in great sunlight for the entrance. The all wood interior measures in at 8′x12.5′. Below you can take a tour inside.
Notice the sunlight coming through the top octagon window in the photo above. By the way, the windows used throughout the house are Low-E ThermaStar by Pella.
One of my favorite details of this house is the hardware used. The ladder, the sliding bathroom door and the railing along the top of the loft and in the kitchen give the small home a modern feel, would you agree?
The fresh looking kitchen comes with a stainless steel bar sink and appliances (microwave, convection/toaster oven, hot plate stove, and small refrigerator). There is also a 6 gallon electric water heater for washing dishes and showering.
In the photo above you can see part of the built in couch and cabinets along with the vinyl flooring.
Slide open the door in the kitchen and welcome to your bathroom with a composting toilet.
Along with a custom metal shower with Moen hardware.
A 30″ flat screen TV with a fold down space saving table gives more walking space in the living area. Joe installed 30 amp power and 120 volt wiring with 5 outlets. Not pictured is also a portable 8,000 btu air condition unit and a small electric fireplace. Below you can get a close look at the sleeping loft which has footlockers for storage and wood flooring.
Everything pictured was included in the price. Joe was willing to deliver this tiny house to a buyer with a delivery charge of the cost of gas both ways. If you like what you see and interested in Joe’s design, you can get in touch with Joe over on his Facebook. And be sure to tell him Alex from TinyHouseTalk.com sent you. Thanks!
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