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Tiny House with Spiral Staircase to the Master Loft

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Here’s a tiny house with a spiral staircase to the master loft bedroom! It’s a 286-sq.-ft. tiny house on wheels that was built in 2018 by a family of five who design/build tiny homes together.

This unit was being used as an Airbnb vacation but it is now up for sale for $65,000 USD via Tiny Haven Spaces on the Tiny House Marketplace. What do you think?

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286 Sq. Ft. Tiny House w/ Spiral Staircase (For Sale) in Franklin, TN

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WEIGHT: 10,000+ pounds

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 286 sq ft including lofts

KITCHEN: Coffee Bar. Faux concrete countertops. 19 inch propane range. Lower storage cabinets and floating wood shelves. Electric fridge 60″ tall x 23″ wide. Medium-sized sink 19″ wide by 7.5″ deep.

LIVING SPACE: Black metal spiral spiral case. High Ceilings with wood beam. Open and spacious. Innova Inverter electric mini split system with ac/heat. LOTS of windows. Wood laminate flooring. 24″ TV with DVD player. Carbon monoxide/Propane detectors.

LOFTS: Two full bed lofts (one with pipe ladder and one with spiral staircase) Installed fans in the lofts for the summer months. USB ports in outlets. Added heat reduction window tint to loft windows.

BATHROOM: Sealed corrugated metal walls in the shower 30×30. Top of the line Separett waterless toilet. 21″ wide hanging clothes closet & storage shelves. 24″ vanity.

BUILDING MATERIALS: Shiplap walls and beadboard ceiling. Pex Waterlines. USB outlets in lofts. Tankless on-demand propane water heater. Tiny House Basics custom tiny house trailer. Spray foam installation. All lights LED.

EXTERIOR: Cedar shingles on the upper part of exterior. Fiber cement board siding. Double pane windows. Outdoor storage unit on the front for propane tanks and tankless waterheater. Furniture is included in the sale if needed.

Pick up in Middle TN, near Nashville.

Features Include: Sleeping Loft, and Stairs

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  • Alison
    March 19, 2020, 6:58 pm

    It’s very attractive inside, and not bad outside, too. I like the little pop-out that extends the kitchen, and makes the mini-split unit less noticeable outside.

  • Katrina Kole
    March 19, 2020, 9:49 pm

    Very nice
    But also,I’ve been wanting to say something: I recently went to another tiny home website and I gotta say-you have spoilt me because I could NOT tolerate it there.
    I’m not a tech genius so forgive my incorrect terminology-but whomever visits here, shows there tiny home here, produces the web site-this really is the best place for tiny homes
    Thank you

  • Theresa Perdue
    March 20, 2020, 12:38 pm

    I am curious about why they are selling it and how much traffic has been through it. That might be a high price if it’s been heavily used.

    • Hannah
      March 28, 2020, 9:37 pm

      Hi Theresa,
      Good question….We built it to use as an AIRBNB but our local laws were pretty “gray” about if we could rent it out so we just tried anyway. We rented it as long as we could (sadly only one year) before our county shut us down. We’re sad to have to sell it but we need to since we can’t use it anymore.

  • Fred
    June 10, 2020, 4:51 pm

    I rather like the spiral staircase in the first picture.
    Saves room and accomplishes the same job as a regular staircase.
    I do wish those lofts had a little more headroom, though.
    Otherwise, nice homes.

  • Tricia
    January 7, 2021, 4:24 pm

    Hi! I’m looking to build my own tiny house with a spiral staircase, and my floor space will actually be exactly the same as yours! Mine will be more square though because I’m converting a shed since I don’t plan on moving it. I’m still figuring out the final layout. Would you mind if I asked you questions about this over email? Thank you!

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