This little tiny house has a unique look courtesy of it’s cantilevered loft above.








  • Loni says:

    How does such a tiny-looking building look so spacious? It’s adorable and I want five of them.

  • Mike Wofsey says:

    This is a genuinely inventive design, it accomplishes the space of a larger home in relatively small trailer footprint. The loft design is also appealing because it seems that ledge connects the two separate lofts, and that built-in shelf there gives some privacy, security and storage. I think it’s hard to make something with a genuinely new type of footprint as they have done here, but I think we’ll see more of this style … heck, I would like to copy it!

  • sc says:

    I love the shingles and like the green door, but why in the heck did they put the heat/cooling unit on the front of the house and not the back???
    8 by 12? Amazing! it too claustro for me but still, pretty nice. So glad to see vent fans in the kitchen and bathroom. I disagree with putting that dickerson stove in that particular place though. If i built one like this, I would have not put in 2 lofts in, just the one loft and put a skylight in for head room.
    great job!

  • Kristina H Nadreau says:

    coffin sleeping lofts. why is the boat ht possibly circulateeater in the kitchen, in a place where it can not possiblel circulate. RV is a better choice.

  • Kenneth says:

    Question price!

  • Jane on Whidbey says:

    That is such ingenious use of space, I’m gobsmacked! If I were young and agile, I’d do this in a heartbeat! Congratulations, and warmest wishes.

  • Jane on Whidbey says:

    I must admit, it took me a minute to figure out the angle of the shot taken up the ladder. lol It’s definitely like putting a 3-d picture puzzle together. Great storage for such a small space, too. It’s half the size of mine, but has many of the same features. Well done.


  • Daniel s Hardy says:

    Hi I appreciate all the comments, I’m the owner of this particular home. I’m a travel nurse and I wanted it to be highly mobile, I was moving it on average every 6 months. I was in the 16 foot version and it felt “huge” and I told them: “go smaller”.
    I work exclusively nights so I didn’t want a skylight- the sun coming in while I’m sleeping would be a negative for me instead of a selling point.
    The connection between the two lofts is actually a light weight bookshelf (it doesn’t hold a human’s weight and is about 10-12 inches wide). To get to the smaller loft, I pull up on the chin up bar (the pipe pictured) and then stand on either kitchen counter.
    I wanted the gas heater because I wanted to ensure I would be warm enough no matter where in the 48 states I traveled.
    The HVAC unit is next to the door because it is more protected from the wind and flying road debris being in the “back” of the house as I tow.
    Hope that answers the majority of the questions. Sorry for the delay, I didn’t see that anyone had borrowed these photos from the manufacturer.

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