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Tiniest THOW with a Main Floor Bedroom?

This is The Alpine Tiny House on Wheels by the Tiny House Building Company. It’s amazing because it’s a 13-foot tiny house on wheels with a main floor bedroom.

It also has an additional loft that can be used for storage or extra sleeping space. There’s also a private bathroom with a toilet and shower and a kitchenette with a sink, miniature refrigerator, cooktop, and a coffee maker.

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13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom, and Loft

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

Images © Tiny House Building Company

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

Images © Tiny House Building Company

Video Tour of this 13-Foot Tiny House with a Main Floor Bedroom

• 13’ long x 8.5’ wide
• Main-level sleeping plus sleeping/storage loft
• Full kitchen: induction cooktop, sink & refrigerator
• Electric heating & cooling
• 32” x 32” shower
• Dry-flush toilet

Learn more: https://www.tinyhousebuildingcompany.com/alpine

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  • Avatar Sparrow December 18, 2018, 11:01 am

    Okay, seriously: who the heck could live full-time in this? Way TOO small! I’d go nuts! And you can bet that every time its resident did a #2 the whole place would reek! This is taking tiny too far!

    • Avatar James D. December 19, 2018, 12:43 am

      Think you’re experiencing culture shock… Tiny houses can actually go to half this size and there are people living in even smaller spaces than tiny houses provide all over the world…

    • Avatar Marsha Cowan January 27, 2019, 1:03 pm

      Well, I have lived full time in a 9′ X 5 1/2′ tiny house for a year and a half now, so why not something a lot bigger?

  • Avatar ATBScott December 18, 2018, 1:15 pm

    Yes – way too small – maybe as a tow-behind for a few days’ travel, but then a “real” RV would most likely be a lot lighter… No place to sit and kick back unless that bean bag in the loft is supposed to be a living room. Also not a lot of space on that counter to do any cooking – especially once you put a hot place or something on it. Looks nicely built, but someone other than I will be living in it!

  • Avatar Pat December 18, 2018, 1:56 pm

    I LOVE IT! Sure, a tweak here or a window there would make it more my own, but as a geezer (65+), I think it’s awesome. Reminds me of Marsha Cowan’s great builds. As my husband says, this is why Baskins Robbins has 31 flavors; we are all different.

  • Avatar joan December 18, 2018, 3:53 pm

    Need a price!

  • Avatar Alison December 18, 2018, 6:09 pm

    I would park this on a lot in the country and use it as a vacation hide-away home. Sturdier than a tent, more appealing than a lightweight travel trailer. Or park it in your back yard or driveway as a place for your boomerang child to live while he figures out his future. I like it.

  • Avatar kevin December 19, 2018, 7:16 am

    I want to like this but the space isn’t utilized as well as it could be. my micro house plans are actually smaller than this, but has minus the loft, yet more storage.
    I like where there head is at, it just personally wouldn’t work for me. cute tho(aside from the brown).

    • Avatar Alex December 19, 2018, 1:07 pm

      Hey Kevin, anywhere we can see your micro house plans?

  • Avatar GLoW January 25, 2019, 4:26 pm

    It’s pretty, but, having lived in an apartment with a totally impractical kitchen that looked beautiful, I would hate to try to actually cook in there, or, God forbid, have to make up that bed.

  • Avatar Danielle January 25, 2019, 5:00 pm

    They need a gable roof in that loft.

  • Avatar Diana January 25, 2019, 5:44 pm

    That is NOT a kitchen, where do you put pots pans dishes silverware, etc. I don’t understand the point of this. The company would do better to make at least a 16 foot one. Wouldn’t cost that much more and you could actually have a real kitchen. Too crowded with the couch too. I’ve seen much better layouts in this kind of space. No thanks. And nothing to give a price.

    • Avatar Marsha Cowan January 27, 2019, 1:05 pm

      I have lived in tiny houses for 8 years now and have never needed a kitchen bigger than the one pictured, and when I cook, it is big. It’s all about preference really.

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn January 26, 2019, 5:30 am

    If younger can easily sleep in the lift and use the main floor bedroom as a living area, have lived in houses with kitchens this small so easily doable, lose the TV and put in a press for plates and pans etc, lose the sofa and add a table or work desk. Ideal for one person. Have been playing around with my own micro plans and you could easily live in this space or smaller (I usually plan around either 8’x12′ or 10’x12′ to take advantage of basic shed sizes) but equally adding on 3′ to make it 16′ long would make it more suitable for someone who can’t sleep in the loft but needs desk/work space as well. Perfect for a get away for a hunter or fisherman and much better than a tent with a sleeping bag on the ground, and dryer when it rains. Tried them with a 6mth old baby, this would have made the holidays perfect even when she grew into a teenager. More compact than a caravan (travel trailer??) and probably easier to tow plus much better layout and the loft means a smaller size, ideal if towing for a week/weekend away. Done that as well and this would be my personal choice over either a tent or conventional 3/4 person caravan.

  • Avatar Karen Blackburn January 26, 2019, 5:39 am

    Plus if using a proper composting or camping toilet there should be no smell. Certainly experienced using a camping toilet foir many many years with a husband who has medical problems, and NO smell afterwards, ever. If that worried about it, for holiday purposes you can always add on a small toilet tent outside the door, used this as well especially when camping in the car. This is perfect for a small family holiday when visiting different places, not much money for accommodation/food, don’t have to pack everything up each day, can pull over with young kids into a car park for lunch/nap which makes travelling a better experience as well, and you can take your pet dog or rabbit (travelled with rabbits, rats/mice and budgies as well over the years and this would have been easier in everyone including the pets) without worrying about whether the motel/hotel will accept them. Or just put in the garden foir visitors or as a bedsit for the teens.

  • Avatar Michael January 26, 2019, 6:50 am

    yes, its too small. Bathroom and bed aren’t comfortable at all. I am asking myself who want to live in this, probably a single person only.

  • Avatar Heather H J January 26, 2019, 3:53 pm

    I think this is a little gem. All the essentials. I think this would work for a couple looking travel. Or even a single parent with 1 child. Its definitely tight. Even smaller than the one stayed in on our anniversary at Mt Hood. However its very similar design with downstairs bedroom room. The one we visited was just slightly larger in each space. I think this one looks great & has potential. Id prefer this one for weekend getaways.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan January 27, 2019, 1:07 pm

    We never get to see what is on the other side of that door, do we? Is it more kitchen, a seating area, a blank wall where a piece of furniture could sit?

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