It was built by architect Chad Kuntz and you can stay here for around $110/night.
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Tipsy the Tiny House You Can Rent in Seattle
From the builder:
Tipsy the Tiny House was designed and built by Chad Kuntz, a Washington State-licensed architect who resides in Seattle. Chad’s love for small spaces and beautiful materials led him to design and build his own tiny house. Tipsy is a 180 sq. ft. house on wheels, fueled by cutting edge technology. The home features an LED fireplace, flat screen smart TV, In-wall surround sound stereo system, custom furniture, and a digital in-wall bar serving 6 types of alcohol. Access to the tiny house is controlled by your smart phone, which becomes your key for the duration of your stay.
- Took a year and a half to complete while working a full time job
- Exterior cladded in reclaimed Douglas fir. Interior is reclaimed oak, Douglas fir, and mixed hardwoods
- Bumper was machine cut and is back lit displaying “Tipsy the Tiny House” at night
- All appliances are from Summit Appliances
- The sofa and cabinets were custom designed and built
- Storage: large closet, three drawer dresser, and small loft area for luggage
- Plumbed as normal house (flushing toilet)
- Fully enclosed modern shower heated by propane
- Wired for solar and designed to be completely off grid
- Queen size memory foam bed
- Metal standing seam roof
- Two 4’x3′ skylights
- Front door custom made from mahogany wood
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