Imagine being able to own that cabin in the wood you always dreamed of – then being able to turn it into a beachside bach, or a township tiny home? With this cedar mountain tiny house, the options are endless.
This hybrid home spanning 380 feet-squared on a 230-foot base is the epitome of convenience. You can connect it to house utilities or live entirely off the grid – the choice is yours! After being a labour of love constructed in 2016, it’s now up for sale.
You can move this tiny home to wherever you see fit or lease a portion of land on 17 acres with beautiful mature trees, where it currently sits. Whichever option you choose, it could be yours for CAD 150,000.
Aside from its flexibility with where you place it, the interior of this home will equally excite. It has a compact layout, high ceilings, and plenty of space. It’s also eco-friendly, suitable for all-weather living, and comes with a high insulation R-rating.
It might not seem possible for a home of this calibre to be entirely road legal, but it is. All measurements are within legal limits for towing, and the house is set on a three-axle trailer with a 28-foot base. Two cantilevered lofts on either end also extend by four feet to make it 32 feet. The tiny home is also 13.5 feet tall and 8.5 feet wide.
If rustic charm wasn’t apparent enough from the tiny home’s exterior, then it certainly is so on the interior. From the spiral staircase and wood slices to the rustic planks that line the walls, what’s not to love? There is also a built-in water tank hidden under the counter for the TV, along with a propane hot water system and a fresh air circulation system.
The house comes with a swinging chair (with adjustable height). It’s perfect for reading, watching TV or looking out the skylight and watch the wildlife through the big windows
The master bedroom loft is 13 feet long with a queen bed sunken into the floor to accentuate the ceiling height. It also features a 6-drawer dresser and extra hidden in-floor storage.
Natural light is not a problem in this rustic tiny home, with ample windows throughout, including two skylights. A live plant wall with self-watering pots adds to the overall charm.
The kitchen is always the heart of the home, and this tiny home is no exception to the rule. The beautiful breakfast counter is positioned under a large window, with a height-adjustable bar stool completing the look.
The kitchen has everything you need to cook up a storm, including a solar fridge freezer that runs on AC or DC, plenty of storage, and a generous-sized sink.
You don’t have to compromise on food quality in this kitchen. There’s a high-quality three-burner propane stove with a hood fan.
If you ever have friends over to stay, the L-shaped sofa more than accommodates. It also has hidden storage for all those bulky items you want to hide out of sight.
There’s space galore in this tiny home, which is something you never thought would be said! Along with a generous master bedroom, there’s a secondary 7.5-foot loft. You can use it as a second bedroom, a closet, a den, or a storage room. It has plenty of storage within, including a closet ottoman.
Living in a tiny home shouldn’t be uncomfortable, and this bathroom makes sure it’s not. There’s a full-sized bathtub fitted with a showerhead. You can also take advantage of the washing machine, exhaust fan, vanity mirror, compostable toilet, and a large sink with cabinetry. There is also extra storage space and smart Wi-Fi LED dimmer lights. You can learn more about this stunning house here