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11 comments

  • Cee Jay says:

    Lovely layout and great use of space. I’m assuming that the curved table at the bottom of the stairs is an office area. And great to see a bath in it as well. It looks great.

    From
    Cee Jay/Leigh on Sea, Essex, England, Britain

  • Sean says:

    Defintely a nice quality built tiny home.

  • Megan says:

    I’m in love with this tiny house! I want it!

  • Linda says:

    Looks like a 5th wheel RV with house siding on it. How much does a 38’to 40′ weigh ? Empty weight ?

  • Christa says:

    Very nice and roomy for a fam of 4. The slide-outs would make me nervous with little ones, though. Make sure they’re far away when activated.

  • Mary Glover says:

    What kind of truck would we need to pull this.. a 250 or 350 ? Ford or 2500 or 3500 chevy

  • Kristina H Nadreau says:

    Please have your sales videos showing features, advantages and benefits done professionally. Have the professional script, stage, and narrate the information. This video was more annoying than informative due to street noise and kids yelling and builder mumbling. The different spaces and related functions were not clear! If this excellent tiny house had been professionally staged with furniture etc, moderated by a pro, people would have an opportunity to appreciate all the good design that went into the manufacture. My goal is to support you in doing a great job in a new business. You need sales equal to your manufacturing expertise.

    • K says:

      The video seemed, to me at least, intended less as a sales or marketing technique and more as informative for the owners to refer to. I’m also pretty sure the videographer was part of the owners party and not the company. I appreciated what it had to offer despite the amateur quality because it’s the working rendition of a tiny house that rarely gets published.

  • Sue Kozin says:

    Just great. Everything was done right. Like the stairs going all the way up to the bedroom. Easy to navigate up to the room over the hitch. 2nd Bedroom? Or the kitchen dining area?

  • phil says:

    Several questions. Where are the kids going to sleep? Where are you going to eat? I’m assuming the big slide out is where banquet dining may go? Maybe the kids sleep in the upper slide outs? I see a serious lack of closet space unless those doors on each side of the slide out are closets. Even so, this space for four people seems kind of crazy. Is this a vacation place or for full time living?

  • Scott says:

    Why would someone buy this as opposed to a regular 5th Wheel RV?

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