If you’re looking for a sweet deal on a custom-built tiny house, you may want to check out this one for sale in High Point, NC. Measuring 292 square feet, it offers a lot of comfort in a small package.
The house is 24 feet in length and measures 8.5 feet in width with an impressive 13.5 foot height. The western red cedar doubled-stained siding is absolutely stunning with a beautiful coppery hue—very fitting with the interior, as you will see shortly.
There are fourteen windows in all, each made of energy-efficient vinyl.
The little storage area which is built onto the back of the home is intended for the propane tank. The doors are outfitted with stylish hinges.
Warm, natural wood tones make the interior immediately inviting. Many different kinds of wood were used in the construction. Tongue-in-groove knotty pine serves as the wall siding with a satin poly finish. Maple was used to frame the doors of the cabinets, while the panels are made of birch. Pine drawers and a cedar-lined bathroom closet complete the effect.
One of the most exquisite features of the home is no doubt the copper kitchen sink. It complements the wood surrounding it perfectly. Next to it is an oven and four-burner stovetop. If you look closely at the wall to the right of the window, you can see some shelving.
There is a whole lot of storage under the steps leading up to the loft.
The vanity in the bathroom is a literal work of art! It looks sleek and modern, but with rustic touches which fit well with the rest of the house. It is definitely among the most unique features.
This is a washer and dryer unit. It looks a little different from most, but I think this is because it is significantly larger than the models that usually end up in tiny houses.
The toilet is a composting model.
There unfortunately is no photo of the loft (I’ve been seeing a lot of tiny houses posted recently with missing bedroom photos—what’s up with that?), but if it is as beautiful as the rest of the tiny house, I am sure that it is incredible.
The house is currently on sale for $50,000, reduced from $65,000. I am willing to guess that it is open to negotiation. If you are interested in making it yours, you can find out more in the post at the Tiny House Marketplace, or contact the seller there directly.