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The Edsel – 20-Foot Tiny House

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This is the Edsel. It’s a 20-foot tiny house on wheels by The Tiny House Building Company in Virginia.

It has approximately 304-square-feet of space, a beautiful kitchen, bath, and an upstairs sleeping loft with a skylight.

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The Edsel 20-Foot Tiny House on Wheels by The Tiny House Building Company

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  • 20′ long x 8.5′ wide
  • Approximately 304 sf
  • White kitchen cabinetry, Quartz countertops & upper shelving storage
  • 2 lazy Susans
  • Propane Stove
  • Large sink with antique bronze faucet
  • 2 sleeping/storage lofts with built-in storage
  • Skylight
  • Copper color metal roof
  • Custom steps with side storage
  • Custom ceiling fan
  • Washer/dryer combo
  • Storage closets
  • Large bathtub with custom tile surround
  • Bathroom vanity with lighted mirror
  • Weather/stain-resistant vinyl plank flooring
  • Keyless entry
  • Electric split unit heat / ac
  • Price as shown $70,000

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The Edsel | Tiny House Building Company | Custom Quote

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  • M. :)
    August 1, 2019, 10:31 pm

    wow ! this is the first tiny home I have ever seen that I would move in right away ! I don’t know how people can live in those tiny homes where the walls are these dark, dingy shed-like planks, it must be so depressing ! this is light and neat and the kitchen is not 90% of the living space ! someone has really thought about the design of this and they should be applauded ! awesome home !

  • Theresa Perdue
    August 2, 2019, 12:46 am

    Finally! A tiny house that’s small enough to easily tow but still has all the stuff of the tiny mansions. It’s perfect!

  • D. Pedersen
    August 2, 2019, 2:02 am

    Nice! – sitting on the couch and watching the washing machine – come on!. Really romantic and cozy. There have got to be other ways to place that machine.

    • PMHTX
      August 3, 2019, 9:47 pm

      Or at least place it behind some cabinet doors!

      I’m also wondering how readily one can access the ladder to the secondary loft? While this place is far from somewhere I would like, no doubt it’s somebody’s dream house.

      • James D.
        August 4, 2019, 1:35 am

        THOW’s 20 feet or less in length are usually relatively easy to move. So usually not a issue where it’s located as they can be moved anywhere in the country. But there are more trade offs when keeping them that small and still putting in things like bathtubs, etc. that take up room that you could otherwise have put the washer/dryer…

        There are always trade offs in any design and what’s practical and functional won’t always be what’s most visually appealing. At least not always within a reasonable budget range.

        Mind, options like enclosing the washer/dryer means it’ll take up more space and every bit could effect everyday usage of the home, like how much room there is to just walk around… While some people it won’t matter because they won’t care what’s in front of the sofa because they will either only be sitting there while talking to someone, reading a book or using a tablet or other device. So that sort of aesthetic consideration doesn’t always rank as high with everyone… Some may even prefer it open for ease of access, especially, if using it everyday and making it easier to keep clean and not develop mold issues, etc.that may be an unintended consequence of enclosing it… Mind, not all units vent out and can share the interior air…

        As for the ladder, if you look above the bathroom, there’s a beam across from the stairs to the wall with a shelf/loft in the corner… The ladder could be left against that and next to the sofa to keep it out of the way most of the time but can be quickly moved over to access the other loft.

  • Larry McCool
    August 2, 2019, 10:52 am

    God these are ugly. No imagination.

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