I started this project with the intention of living in it with my family once completed. Unfortunately, our situation has changed and that's not really an option for us any longer. The house is big for a tiny house, but that was the idea. It's designed to comfortably have a small family live in it, with full sized kitchen appliances, full sized bathtub, living space, and a master bedroom that you can stand in, as well as a smaller loft that is intended for storage. The shell is completed with the exception of paint and the trim. The colors and specifics of the trim are left up to you. There is one inch of foamboard insulation all around under the insulation, and under the roofing as well, giving you a R-value of 5 before any insulation between the studs is added. The trailer is a custom built TrailerMade gooseneck that has a 36' deck plus at 7' platform over the neck. It's sitting on triple 7,000 pound axles. The steel frame on the trailer is also a custom design, and was made by TrailerMade. Buying a shell, of course, allows you to build out the interior however you'd like, but if you're interested in what the intended floor plan is, I'd be happy to send it to you. Like I mentioned, I built this house with the intention of living in it with my family. I built it to last, not to make a profit like many of the tiny houses that I see for sale. I didn't cut corners or do anything cheaply. Every decision I made from the beginning with the design, to how it sits now I did all with making the best possible home that I could for my family in mind. If you have any questions about the house, I'd be happy to chat with you more about it.
Features Include: Storage Loft, and Sleeping Loft