More Exterior Photos of this Double Loft Tiny House
Notice the swinging porch cover. I thought that was pretty simple and clever and hadn’t seen the idea being used on any other tiny houses, have you?
The idea of removing the tires from the trailer for a while is a great way to preserve the tires and save money on that.
The tongue of the trailer is being used to store propane.
Let’s go inside!
Interior of the Double Loft Tiny House
Notice the Dickinson Marine Heater inside. It’s one of the most expensive options for heating little homes but it’s certainly one of the best looking and most space efficient too. You can get one here.
Ladder to the Double Loft
Storage Closet & Wardrobe
You can find counter top drinking water filters just like this on Amazon right here.
Bathroom with Shower
Obviously you can install your own choice of toilet there whether that’s an RV flush toilet, regular flush toilet or a composting system.
The Sleeping Loft
More About This Tiny Home
Features and special details about this tiny house:
- Made from reclaimed wood from two Texas farm houses
- The double loft can fit up to two queen sized mattresses
- Electric & plumbing done by licensed professionals
- Custom 6′ couch with storage
- Two closets
- Stainless steel countertops in the kitchen
- Three-burner propane range
- LED lighting throughout
- Propane detector and two smoke/fire/carbon monoxide detectors
- 30″x30″ shower
- Hook up for propane water heater
How’s $16,500 for a Finished Tiny House on a Trailer?
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