If you have ever dreamed of having your own tiny rustic cabin that you can take with you wherever you go, then you’ll fall in love with “The Stanley,” an amazing rustic tiny house designed by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.
This house is so small that it can fit on a 8×12 single axle trailer. The weight can vary depending on the type of logs which are used in the home’s construction, but the company estimates that most models should range between 4,800-7,000 pounds. The weight of the house is also determined in part through the features which are opted for at the time of purchase.
The model features a folding porch which can be collapsed during transit and unfolded for use once the house is parked. There is also a cantilevered roof and folding eaves. This keeps the width of the house to a minimum so that it can be hauled on the highway. Those same features protect the home from snow and rainfall when it has been situated.
Amazingly, the architects have managed to squeeze a small bathroom into this tiny unit. They have also been able to fit in a kitchen complete with a wood stove.
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Check out the roof:
The tiny house also has a comfortable loft for sleeping. It certainly does look to be on the small side, but that is to be expected in such a tiny dwelling.
Impressively, there is reportedly enough room inside this tiny rustic cabin to be able to add a desk or even a small couch or other furniture of your preference.
If you are interested in purchasing the Stanley, you can order your very own for $25,000-$32,000. The price is contingent on the features that you choose. Learn more at Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.