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Timber Craftsman Tiny House with a First Floor Bedroom and Two Lofts


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Here’s a fantastic new build from Lil Bear Tiny Homes in South Branch, Michigan. It’s a 30-foot home that features a flex room and two lofts. The downstairs room can easily be used as a first-floor bedroom and has a great faux stone electric fireplace.

Most of the first floor is taken up by a lovely galley kitchen with a small dinette, but there’s a bathroom in the back of the tiny house with a classy tiled shower stall. Two lofts upstairs provide more room for storage, sleeping, or even an office. It’s for sale for $94.9K.

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Beautiful stainless steel appliances.

This is the “flex room” with a fireplace.

Handy storage drawers in the staircase.

Eat breakfast at this lovely dinette.

A nice tiled shower stall and beadboard vanity.

Here’s one of the two lofts.

View looking out from this loft.

This is some shelving in the flex room.

There’s sneaky storage in the bathroom.

Here’s the other loft.

I love the windows here.

What do you like about this?

Details:

  • 2-3 bedrooms (living rooms converts to a 1st floor bedroom)
  • 2 closets on each loft for a total of 4 closets on the loft level
  • 8.5’x30′
  • Radiant heat floor
  • Natural stone fireplace with mounted 40″ 4k Samsung smart tv
  • 2 staircases with built in drawers
  • Booth dining area with storage underneath
  • Large kitchen with pantry for extra storage
  • 10.1 cu ft stainless refrigerator
  • 24″ stainless Unique brand Gas stove
  • LG stainless washer/dryer combo
  • Customer picks what type of toilet (Flush, Composting or RV toilet)
  • LP Smart Siding board & batten exterior with Cedar Shake accents
  • Life proof luxury vinyl plank flooring
  • Pioneer 12k btu Mini-split heat/ac
  • 1×8 T&G pine walls & ceiling
  • Brown ribbed metal roof
  • 2×4 framing with R13 fiberglass
  • Iron Eagle 21k gvw triaxle tiny home trailer chassis
  • Acacia butcher block counters
  • Tile Shower
  • Wired so can add Solar System/ Generator in the future

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Donna Rae
    July 28, 2023, 11:16 am

    It is obvious that the designers and builders took considerable care and consideration to this very detailed Tiny House. It’s fabulous that there is wiring for a future solar panel system! It has good storage, which is appreciated in a Tiny, plenty of counter space and nicely divided into sensible zones. And though I appreciate how much work went into some of the “country” kinds of details and know that some will think it’s exactly what they would want in their home, I think that for me personally, I would like to eliminate some of the cross pieces and diagonal details in favor for a bit more contemporary look on both the exterior and interior. I love the look of wood with white walls and I would want to keep much of it but my eye would like some less detailed areas to rest. The kitchen is great but could be even better if that washer/dryer unit was moved into that secret storage area of the bathroom. That would allow the refrigerator to be moved over for more counter and cabinets…who doesn’t love more storage, right?…and put a full sized refrigerator there after eliminating the slight elevation on the floor. I suppose if that bit of elevation was there to accommodate plumbing or wiring, you could leave it and adjust the size of the fridge by a bit. I like the “booth” for eating and even using as an office area when needed but I think I’d get rid of that so I could put a couch there. That way, the flex room wouldn’t have to be used as a living room. Many love fireplaces but I’d rather have more flexibility in furniture arrangement and/or a place for more storage if that room was used for an art studio. I think I’d add a mini split HVAC unit, too. I do wish that electric panels were placed out of the way or could be disguised in some way. I suppose that a large artwork or tall storage piece could go in front of that very large panel but tucking it in a corner or even below counter height would be better for me. Truly, this is a good build and kudos to the designers! I do love that we can each choose some of the details if we have one built for ourselves. Thanks for sharing! This has provided some good food for thought, and isn’t that the fun of the newsletter?

  • James D.
    July 28, 2023, 4:53 pm

    Just some notes on two details…

    “who doesn’t love more storage, right?…”

    Well, it’s something to keep in mind that’s not more but trading space use and whether that’s wanted depends on whether that trade works for the owner’s preferences and work flow… Something else to consider is how you will service the machine as it will eventually break down and may need to be replaced, which the hidden space may make difficult… But sure, if that works better for you. It’s your choice if you’re commissioning this…

    “… eliminating the slight elevation on the floor.”

    Wheel well… So yes, would need to work around it… Making use of every square inch often means working around obstacles and that can’t always be hidden…

  • Victoria
    August 8, 2023, 12:13 am

    i agree on the kitchen. For me it doesn’t make sense to have 2 heating things surrounding the one thing trying to keep your food cold. I would rather the washer dryer be in the bathroom and a bit larger shower. You could open up that storage area and put the toilet on one side and the washer/dryer on the other. As a long time apartment dweller, I am accustomed to not having a window in the bathroom. I love the little booth in front of the window. The flooring looks nice.

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