I just showed you Jeremy Matlock’s first tiny house build, and here’s his second, the Nautical House!
It got it’s name because people often said it looked like it belonged on water — and I totally agree. Matlock says it was probably an unconscious decision stemming from the 20 years he spent making a living on the water:
This was made of approximately 40% reclaimed material and is built on an 18′ deck-over custom trailer. Some features include three doors including a hobbit door from sleeping loft to upper deck, external sealed propane access, high-efficiency appliances, custom couch which folds out into double bed, wood stove, Pergo flooring, 12 windows, fold down door awnings, custom shutters, composting toilet, trough tub, barn style bathroom door, over fifty built-in shelves and cubbies, and much much more.
It was for sale for $39,5000, but alas, has already been purchased!
The Nautical House by Rogue Valley Tiny Home Construction
Images © Rogue Valley Tiny Home Construction
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