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Tiny Home Freedom V2 by Alabama Tiny Homes


This is the Tiny Home Freedom V2 by Alabama Tiny Homes.

It features a combination of metal and natural wood siding. How do you like it?

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Tiny Home Freedom V2

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Photos © Hudson Photography via Alabama Tiny Homes

Highlights

  • Freedom V2
  • Starts at $68,000
  • Murphy bed on first level
  • Loft bedroom upstairs
  • Storage staircase to loft with rail
  • Ample closet space with stacked washer and dryer
  • Full bathroom
  • Full kitchen
  • Electric fireplace
  • LCD TV
  • Ceiling fan
  • Mini split A/C
  • Sliding glass door entry
  • Wood/metal combination for siding
  • 28ft triple 7k axel trailer with adjustable hitch
  • Home is 30ft long including the overhang and storage on front and 8.5ft wide
  • Glued and screwed framing
  • Zip system sheathing
  • Cell spray foam insulation
  • Metal roof and accents
  • Natural cedar T&G siding
  • High efficiency double pane windows
  • Pella sliding glass door with hideaway screen
  • Insulated external storage on front
  • Hide away table built into staircase
  • Interior finished in 1×6 v notched pine with a painted white finish
  • Composite floor with ceiling and trim stained to match
  • Custom cabinets
  • Glass tile backsplash
  • High efficiency stainless steel appliances
  • 30 gallon energy efficient hot water heater
  • Loft big enough to fit a king size bed
  • Railing upstairs and in loft
  • Full size murphy bed
  • Soaker bath tub
  • Spa shower/bath system
  • Glass tile tub with built in shower shelves
  • Walk in closet with in floor storage
  • High efficiency LED lighting
  • 12k BTU mini split heat/air
  • Whole house air circulation system

More photos here. Follow Alabama Tiny Homes on Facebook here!

Resources

  1. https://www.facebook.com/altinyhomes/
  2. http://altinyhomes.com/freedom-v2/
  3. http://altinyhomes.com/
  4. https://www.facebook.com/altinyhomes/posts/1768521610109952
  5. Photos by Hundson Photography

Our big thanks to James W. Brewer of Alabama Tiny Homes for sharing!

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • Richard H Chapple Sr January 23, 2018, 2:40 pm

    I like it very much. The kitchen has lots of counter space, the sink/stove/frig is in a nice triangle arrangement to make working in the kitchen nice. The bathroom is great.
    The only thing I would have to figure out if I owned it is what to do for a couch/seating in the living room space which needs to be cleared for the Murphy bed which I also like . In this arrangement however I think I would rather go with a comfortable couch that opens for a bed and put it in the space that is used for the Murphy bed. I could deal with it the way it is now though and be very happy with this home. Well done.

  • Kim W January 23, 2018, 6:18 pm

    I could live quite happily in this, but there would be now need for wheels – no way could I ever tow a huge thing like this! I live in England and many of our country lanes are so narrow I breathe in when passing another car!

    I would have a Clic-Clac sofa bed instead of the Murphy bed, then I could store the bedding in the base.

  • Bigfoot January 23, 2018, 6:38 pm

    Wow, this one I really like. I like everything but — the width and murphy bed set up (I do like murphy beds). If this was in the 10′-12′ category it would really shine. With the size of this I wouldn’t think it would be traveling much so why not increase the width? As far as the murphy bed goes, I think if it was set up against the window wall but oriented in the same manner you could have a couch facing the TV that the bed could fold down over (couch would fold lower as well). You would lose the window but could probably fit a narrow/long window installed higher. Other than that, a beautiful build!!

  • Michael January 23, 2018, 7:00 pm

    I like it, especially kitchen which is really designed for cooking and not heating food only, bathroom and murphy bed.
    I dislike loft and don’t need it as overall height.
    Couldn’t figure out the size but I guess its around 30′.

    • James D. January 24, 2018, 10:48 pm

      It’s listed as a 28 foot trailer but the cantilevered loft probably puts it at 30… A bit longer counting the mini-split on the opposite side, which probably has to be figured for clearance/set-backs for wherever you may be parking it…

  • Mr. E. January 23, 2018, 10:54 pm

    Here’s my thought… I don’t dislike anything tinyhousetalk.com publishes, so I would like to say thank you and your staff members for all the hard work and dedication that everyone contributes, yet, when I began reading your newsletter I thought the focus was mainly predicated upon those who decided to take back their lives from exorbitant, fundamentally corrupt institutions that, for far too long, have fleeced Americans financially. Thus, understandably your research has gone into hybridized stories of tiny homes from builders, charging on average $70,000, for a creation that was intended to open a dialogue for Americans to voice against insincerity in a mass market from an already broken system, but here we are. I will continue to look at your great newsletter. Thank you.
    (Just one mans thoughts.)

    • Alex January 25, 2018, 10:01 am

      Thanks Mr. E. We will continue to show these expensive tiny homes because they are so nice! And free to look at. Plus, some people want to buy them because building your own is a lot of work (but worth it!). I will look into putting more focus on the DIY stories and builds because these are the most affordable and best way to get around the debt trap!

      • Tom Osterdock January 25, 2018, 6:32 pm

        Alex, every house you show is interesting. I don’t like everyone, which I shouldn’t but I get ideas from everyone for my tiny when I have the money. This also shows some of the work by companies that lets usknow if we want them or not. Thanks for your searching.

  • Carole D. January 24, 2018, 11:48 am

    Wow, what’s not to like about this one!!!

    • Eric February 6, 2018, 3:39 pm

      Really? Well for me the total monochromatic look of the interior. All those tiny tiles on the walls… seriously? Any idea how much cleaning is involved with tiles?

      For me, aesthetically it doesn’t work. Kitchen, in the pictures looks cramped, but that could just be perspective distortion from the camera.

      While the Murphy bed is a useful way of opening up space the downside of this one is the flipping step up to the bed zone. Why? Keep everything on one level makes much more sense and is inherently safer.

      My 2¢ worth…

  • Tom Osterdock January 24, 2018, 11:21 pm

    This one seems to have almost everything. Nice will have to look at it closer. wonder if it can be made with steel instead of wood studs.

  • Janelle Wright January 25, 2018, 9:47 am

    Another home run James Brewer and team! Still loving the original Freedom you and your team built for me last year!

  • Nanny M January 26, 2018, 5:33 am

    Yes, this does seem to include everything needed. I especially like the kitchen. We periodically get the complaints like the comment from Mr. Ed, that you are not sticking to the “purpose” of tiny homes- being inexpensive. There are other reasons one might choose tiny, so let’s be flexible. Nothing wrong with showing some pricier ideas. No one is forcing them on us. I don’t believe it’s “against the rules.”

    • Tom Osterdock January 26, 2018, 4:12 pm

      I agree Nanny, I am budgeting 150k for mine. It is my design and with decks will be just over 611 sqft on a 30-32 ft trailer. There are three decks, front porch, back deck off the great rm. roof deck from the master bedroom. I’m retired and plan this to be my last house.

    • James D. January 27, 2018, 11:16 pm

      Yes, there is a propensity for some to either not be fully aware of or simply over simplify the issue of housing and don’t truly consider the complexities involved.

      Like the simple fact people can be extremely diverse and thus our needs and wants that a home must meet to efficiently serve its purpose will vary. No one standard can be set that will fulfill the requirements of everyone without in turn introducing waste for those that do not fit a given mold of proprietary standard that people choose to judge things by…

      Ultimately, like most things in life, it comes down to choice and whether people should have the freedom to make their own decisions or not is what it is really about…

      There will always be choices that other people will criticize and disagree with but that doesn’t change whether those choices are actually right or not for the person who makes those choices for themselves.

      The danger of thinking in terms of there being a “right” way to do things that applies to everyone instead of case by case to account for diversity and without any variability is that it will only results in the elimination choices and introduces inefficiencies.

      Since, without choices we can have no freedom or way to optimize our life… and that is really just repeating one of the same mistakes of the present broken housing system and why it is broken…

      The much better way of thinking of it IMO is that it’s a return to thinking of housing as a tool that helps facilitate the goal of being free to live a life you choose for yourself and do so under your own terms…

      This is also why the Tiny House movement has so much overlap with many others like those seeking other alternatives like homes built from natural materials, such as cob houses, etc. or people who live a nomadic lifestyle such as van dwellers, or those who live on boats, or in tree houses, etc. Or people who want to live off-grid to people who simply want the world to be more sustainable and healthy…

      It’s a movement really about embracing our diversity and individuality with the end goal of living life to the fullest we possibly can…

  • Diane Gray February 4, 2018, 6:16 pm

    This is a beautiful THOW! I love the interior, the finishes, the white walls, the metal on the loft, the Murphy bed, which makes sense for a THOW, the kitchen, the bathroom, the laundry area, everything about it. It could be used by some seniors as well. Very, very nice!

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