The tiny house footprint is 9.5'X21' and is 13' from the bottom of the wheel well to the top of the ridge cap. Cedar siding, metal roof and double pane windows. The loft can comfortably fit a queen size mattress with room left on either side. The house has full electric, no plumbing. I lived in it with a composting toilet and outdoor kitchen. It's great for a studio space or a guest room but if you'd like to turn it into a home, it has plenty of open space.
Interior siding is a mix of pine shiplap and mold-resistant drywall. It has pine flooring, with a section of maple flooring in the closet. Lots of natural light coming through 6 windows, 4 of which open. House is fully insulated with 2" rigid foam and spray foam. There is a wood stove but you will have to install the pipe, which I have.
The house is on a 6 ton trailer with new tires. I extended the bed of the trailer with 2x8 steel tubing. We moved the house successfully last year with no issues, however, this house is not meant to be a traveling companion. Whoever buys it should put it on a foundation and keep it there due to its size and it's beautiful arch window. The front door is an amazing antique door salvaged from an 1800's house in Germantown. The collar ties were salvaged from the same house. They are true to size 2x4's, a rare piece of lumber.
Thanks for reading! I loved building this house and am ready to pass it on to someone who will love it too.