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The Braxton Tiny House by Modern Tiny Living


This is the Braxton Tiny House on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living.

It’s a 256-square-foot, 24-foot THOW with a contemporary style.

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256-Square-Foot Braxton Tiny House on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living

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Video Tour: 24-Foot Braxton Tiny House

Highlights

  • 256 sq. ft.
  • King Size Loft
  • Built-In Bench with fold out bed
  • Hickory Hardwood Floors
  • 24 ft. Custom Insulated Trailer Foundation
  • Built-in Storage under staircase & benches
  • $89,000.00

Braxton features beautiful custom cabinetry, our legendary Modern Tiny Living Social area, a custom bathroom with tile shower, full gourmet kitchen, and much, much more.

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  • February 1, 2019, 10:12 am

    I like the rounded nose and windows. The elevated seating area could be converted to a king size sleep area. Others may appreciated the high end appliances. The space by the table is open for some use other than seating but not sure what. Storage is great. I’m guessing you would need a one ton truck to pull this home. In general, this place is nice but I would need some downgrades to get the price lower to manage for me.

    • Avatar James D.
      February 1, 2019, 5:35 pm

      It’s typically the triple axle homes that require a 1 ton truck to tow… For this company, their 20′ models are usually around ~9000 lbs. They haven’t posted the weights for their larger models but a 24′ should still be less than 12,000 lbs and something a 3/4 ton should be able to handle.

      They’d usually go to triple axles if it gets too close to the 14,000 lbs max weight for a typical dual axle design.

      Though, some other companies go right up to that limit and rely on the tow vehicle taking on some of the weight while towing and it being put on supports when parked, but this company is usually pretty good at making sure there’s at least a few thousand pounds capacity left for your stuff and having a number of people be able to be in it at the same time…

      This is one of their Kokosing Models, which usually starts at $69,000 but this particular variant starts at $65,000…

  • Avatar Alison
    February 2, 2019, 5:31 pm

    I like the layout in this one. The living room looks cozy and inviting. I would put in a smaller fridge and a broom closet. I could live here.

  • Avatar Lisa
    August 5, 2019, 12:12 pm

    The house is quite attractive, but it is very expensive. In some areas a house can be purchased for $89,000. In my personal opinion, $348 per square foot is a bit much.

  • Avatar Theresa Perdue
    August 28, 2019, 5:21 pm

    I love it😍

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