Molecule Craftsman Bungalow

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A 170 square feet tiny house on wheels with two sleeping lofts in Felton, California. Designed by Molecule Tiny Homes.

16 comments

  • Brit says:

    Selling price?

  • Sonia Irwin says:

    It’s cute and nice, but show it when someone has moved in and has all their stuff in it. Then, it’s real.

  • tthom2 says:

    Without a doubt – the best tiny house on wheels I’ve ever seen. Of course – I’m partial to the Craftsman style. I just want to see more of it. It’s beautiful and looks very comfortable as well.

  • Karen says:

    Very, very pretty, great use of space, and comfortably functional. One of my favorites so far! Now if we could only find appropriate, legal, and low cost spaces to park it, and live in—-I’d be an owner!!!

  • Douglas says:

    One of the best looking Tiny Homes I’ve seen on the outside, but even though it’s nicely designed on the inside the style of the interior leaves me a little flat.

    I also hate loft beds, but that’s a personal opinion after having lived in one for a couple years.

  • Please advise price and how long it takes. Looking for retirement.

  • Mindy says:

    How much is this amazing house? And where is it located?

  • PRICE of this house: $100k, as it says on their website. Ridiculous.

  • best house on wheels built in the USA. I would prefer a raised area on first floor, with a pull out bed to loft sleeping. loft as study would be OK. I want to sleep on the first floor.

  • Tina says:

    Beautiful tiny house. I did not see a price. Can you tell me it? Also is that a full bathroom behind the kitchen?

  • brittany says:

    Shame for using old growth for deck!!

  • John says:

    $100k … way to expensive.

  • Diana says:

    Not bad looking but just not my favorite. I don’t care for lofts this small… just a personal thing I guess. I also don’t care for the use of ladders to a loft.

  • Annette says:

    This model is gorgeous – the exterior could not be prettier; the kitchen and bath are especially wonderful, the dormers are terrific, and the grasscloth wallpaper is beautiful and different from the usual raw, painted, or polished wood surfaces one sees so often.

    Perhaps the loft over the kitchen might have extended to the edge of the closet to unify the front edge? Or, one might be inclined to cut back that closet to the edge of the loft and use the space for a narrow spiral stair no bigger than those crafted by Zack Giffin of Tiny House Nation fame. Then the remaining closet space could be accessed instead via the kitchen side.

    Still, it’s hard to improve on this house. The cost is justified by the finish work and appointments which clearly compare favorably to less expensive tiny homes. If one is planning a Tiny House as a permanent solution – e.g. for retirement — the aesthetic appeal of this space would make a real difference over the long term.

  • Ted says:

    Nice looking house (out swinging door always a good idea in these small houses)

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