Today I want to show you a tiny house designed by Spencer Sousa which was on sale in Conway, SC. The home has already sold, but the pictures are well worth a look, and may provide you with some inspiration for your own tiny house dreams.
The house measures 39 feet in length, offering 350 square feet inside. This is on the large side of average for a tiny house.
While the listing does not focus on it, what immediately grabs the eye while looking at the exterior of this home is the rustic live edge siding. It gives the home a unique look.
The shape of the house is also a bit unusual. This too makes it stand out.
Let’s head on up the stairs and through the beautiful front door!
The door is framed inside with more live edge wood.
I particularly like the placement of the hammered copper sink in the corner of the bathroom and the way that the two mirrors meet in the corner. This helps to provide an illusion that there is more space inside the tiny bathroom that there actually is. The toilet is a regular flushing one. Tiles in the shower stall keep it easy to clean.
The unusual focus of this shot makes for a confusing but artistic view of the main living area and kitchen. If you haven’t figured it out, what you are looking at in focus is the set of knobs on the stove. The kitchen also includes an LG refrigerator. The home is equipped with a washer and dryer combo unit as well.
Here is a more conventional view of the stove, oven, and microwave.
This I presume is the loft in the house (one of them; there are three in total—one is for storage, and the other two are for sleeping). If so, I’m impressed by how to high the ceiling is. Notice the live edge wood framing the windows. There 18 windows throughout the house, so you can be assured of lovely views and fresh air from all directions.
Even though this rustic gooseneck house has already sold, you can still check out the original listing here. The home went for $57,000.