Hastings Tiny House

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The house is built on a 27×8 ft trailer with custom axles to hold up to 20,000 pounds.  All plumbing, electric, framing, and insulation was done professionally and the cabinets are custom built and painted with non toxic chalk paint.  Walnut butcher block counter tops and custom built stairs with PLENTY of storage.  The house plugs in easily and needs to be hooked up to propane for the water heater and stove/over combo. The couch has plenty of storage and rolls out into a queen size bed for company. House is designed to either be hooked up to a septic system or by hose with grey water run off.

A 300 square feet (including loft) tiny house mounted to trailer in Hastings, Minnesota. More info. here.

15 comments

  • Susan says:

    Very nice! Seems really roomy.

  • Kathy says:

    This to me seems perfect. Is it for sale?

  • I am so interested in tiny house living I am saving so I can have my own tiny house built or buy one already built I can’t wait so excited

  • krow says:

    Nice! Lots of storage space. Nice job!

  • brenda says:

    needs more windows

    • Rebecka says:

      They’re in Hastings, Minnesota, where the average daytime *high* temperature is below freezing 3 months a year, and nights dip to freezing 7 months of the year.
      Windows are your biggest liability for heat loss. Your walls’ r-value is useless if the heat escapes thru glass. You can tell this house is built with cold weather in mind; they talk about the “spray foam insulation floor to ceiling”. It would probably be good in extreme heat, too (like desert living). This definitely isn’t a house for someone in a mild climate. I agree the windows are used sparingly, but I think they cut a good balance for what it’s built to endure.

  • Sandra says:

    I agree with Brenda only 5 small windows in the whole THOW, but it is roomy and well laid out.

  • Janet says:

    Thank you for sharing a tiny house that is actually lived in! Gives a great idea of storage and living space. I love the collapsable counter, and the stool storage. Adorable.

  • That looks like heaven.

  • danny says:

    love it

  • Amber C Johnson says:

    Well done! I like the rustic farmhouse look, the large pantry, privacy wall in sleeping area and all of the storage. And it is swell being able to see a tiny home that’s actually being lived in when photographed.

  • Patty says:

    Very nice. But in my imagination I’ve accidentally konked my toes on those stools sticking out a hundred times!!

  • Linda Rea says:

    The ONLY problem I have is lack of windows. Love the bedroom with dual closets and PRIVACY. The downstairs looks very functional and cozy. Great Job!

  • phil says:

    Great layout with interesting finishes. I’d lose that cluttered shelf above the couch and add a couple more windows. And no range hood?

  • Barbara says:

    I love this design…I also like the windows up high to flood the room with light but it keeps people from looking in. Windows are great – but too many windows just give people the option of looking in…so you have to use blinds or curtains for privacy. (that is just my humble opinion)

    I love the panty in the kitchen, the closets, and the stair storage. I also love the color!! Too often it seems that white is the primary color just because it looks bigger. The pops of red and teal are awesome!!

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