Acadia Tiny House

June 14, 2014

Here is our Acadia! It is a home built with a commercial grade 50 yr metal roof, constructed out of SIP panels the home is able to withstand temperature swings from -50F to 150F! It has two sleeping lofts which can accommodate king size mattresses. It also features a Dickenson Marine fireplace (9000 btu’s) and can be equipped with on-board fresh and waste water storage systems!

A tiny house constructed from SIP panels by Maximum Extreme.


  • Reply ron June 14, 2014 at 7:48 pm

    How much does that little baby go for. I love it.

    • Reply Stew MacInnes June 18, 2014 at 2:44 pm

      This would run somewhere between $40-$50k depending on how you had us trick it out!
      Stew MacInnes

  • Reply susan a. June 14, 2014 at 8:05 pm

    So much more room with the side entrance. I’d also get rid of the sleeping loft and build the “living room” over a bed area. Turn the gabled roof into a shed roof to accommodate the stacked living space. Otherwise, I really like the floor plan. Nice big bathroom, which is better for older folks like me!

  • Reply Louise Coleman June 15, 2014 at 12:03 am

    What was the cost and what is the size please. Thanks.

    • Reply Stew MacInnes June 18, 2014 at 2:43 pm

      A project like this would run somewhere between $40-$50k depending on how you had us trick it out.
      Stew MacInnes

  • Reply Sally Schrock June 16, 2014 at 11:16 am

    I love this design! It’s an extremely well-thought floor plan. Can the plans be purchased?

  • Reply Valerie Wales June 16, 2014 at 2:46 pm

    Is it for sale? contact me via email with pricing for this model. Thanks. I need a 4 season home….

    • Reply Stew MacInnes June 18, 2014 at 2:40 pm

      This particular unit is not for sale; however we can definitely build one just like it for you. Feel free to give me a buzz and we can talk, you can get my contact info off of our website, http://www.maximusextreme.com
      Best regards,
      Stew MacInnes

    • Reply Stew MacInnes June 18, 2014 at 2:42 pm

      See response below, I think I missed a line, lol

  • Reply sc June 16, 2014 at 6:42 pm

    I dont like this design at all. Not enough pictures to really see everything. what on earth is going on with that bathroom? what is that big red thing? a shelf for work gear? You cover the bathroom with a curtain? i can see curtains for narrow doorways, but that is a rather wide space for a curtain. What is that big square thing next to the shower in the last picture??? its taking up a lot of space. The kitchen space is minuscule, even for a tiny house! looking at their web site, there is no built in storage or closets. The living room is pretty, the exterior is pretty. i like the steel in the shower. I think this is supposed to be a bunkhouse for out of state workers or something and they have their main meals elsewhere. Overall, the exterior with an interior built for full time living would be a great design.

  • Reply Adelia December 18, 2014 at 3:17 pm

    I believe the big red thing is the closet luv. This company does each house with the design by or for the customer. Someone wanted their house like this. Maybe they only eat soup and at restaurants. Their lifestyle.

    Anyways, I love the shower and the coloring is very masculine. I love the layout of the living room. Practical but nice looking. Many tiny homes are either not created with interior design in mind or are too feminine. I can tell a lot of thought went into the interior. And the outside is just gorgeous.

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