So here’s a tiny house you might have a dream about tonight.
It’s from a builder called Molecule Tiny Homes.
The most notable feature is the porch which flips up and down.
I like this feature because wherever you might land, you can easily extend your outdoor space without having to actually build a deck or anything.
In addition, you get to maximize the interior space as much as possible since the porch flips out.
This is something I’ve always wanted to see incorporated into a little house on wheels, so I was thrilled to see it.
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Photo Courtesy of Molecule Tiny Homes
And.. It’s up for sale. They’re asking $55,000.
It’s on a 20′ trailer so the dimensions are 8′ x 20′ making it approximately 160 square feet without including the loft and porch space.
Throughout this home, you’ll also find these neat features:
- Relatively large kitchen
- Two storage/sleeping lofts
- Full bathroom
- Open feel with plenty of lighting thanks to all the windows
- Ceiling and loft walls are made from knotty pine
Can you tell what the interior walls are made out of? Looks like a stained drywall. Also notice the tiny electrical box housing that was put together on the tongue of the trailer.
The flooring here in the bathroom looks really nice, too, but I can’t tell what it is, can you? If so please share in the comments. 🙂
Let’s visit the sleeping and storage lofts real quick.
Notice the roof pitch differences in each loft. How would you design yours?
I like how the roof pitch on the sleeping loft makes it roomier and open inside but I don’t think it looks as good on the outside this way. How about you? Here’s a look from the outside again.
Photos Courtesy of Molecule Tiny Homes / Facebook
If you’re interested in buying this house, get in touch with Molecule Homes on their blog or through their Facebook and let them know that Alex from TinyHouseTalk.com sent you.
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