You’re going to love this cozy, adorable, eco-friendly, and skillfully built tiny house for a short getaway, road trip or as a second home or guest house where you choose to park it. Weighing only 1,360 pounds it was built light to be able to be towed by most style cars. The interior and exterior construction is with high-quality, marine grade okoume plywood chosen for its durability, light weight and appearance. The exterior is fiberglass with an added exterior of RV grade, white, fiberglass sheets for added durability, road protection, appearance and ability to keep clean. The front and back are made of of the same marine grade okoume plywood but have an added black, metal, road protection shield installed on the bottom. You can live off-grid with this tiny house’s solar panels, Cubic Mini Wood Stove, Yeti 3000X Portable Power Station, and the water pump system. The Cubic Mini Wood Stove with fire poker set (valued at $1,600) is cozy, easy to light, has good ventilation and and offers ample heat. The tiny house can run off solar power or any standard 120 volt outlet. I removed cushions on that side when starting a fire. The Yeti 3000X Portable Power Station is a top-of-the-line battery that is wired in the tiny house to capture energy from the roof top solar panels or from any standard 120 volt outlet. Even with its simple design, this tiny house has ample storage space under the bed, seat cushions, and drawers under the counters. It also allows head space for tall people. At 5’10” I can stand with my hands fully extended above my head. Multiple people can sit comfortably on the cushions and at the pull out table under the bed that is good for dining or working. Also, there are two secret compartments to store valuables. The water pump system is plumbed under the sink for a clean jug to pump water up and to capture draining grey water. I used a compost toilet that I stored under the bed. You can also buy a portable toilet. Happy Tiny House Living!