Prairie Schooner Tiny House
This "Prairie Schooner Tiny House" is the perfect tiny house to be used as a vacation getaway, guest house, backyard retreat, artist studio, lakeside cabin, sauna, mountain retreat, or full time living. The possibilities are endless for what you can do with this great tiny house.
This tiny house is 136 square feet on the main level, 22 feet long and 8.5 feet wide. This cute tiny house sleeps one to two people comfortable. The bedroom is on the main floor, and base models for this Prairie Schooner tiny house start at $45,900. There are plenty of extras you can get for this tiny house from incinerator toilet, propane heater, Fakro skylight, and solar package.
This series of wood framed tiny houses can be built on skids to have the nested look or a trailer added to allow for moving the tiny house from one location to another. This tiny house company puts their tiny house interiors through a series of tests to ensure that the electrical, plumbing and heating systems are all functioning properly, along with being safe for their customers. They also have adopted additional requirements to add safety features such as fire extinguishers, tie downs, smoke alarms and LP/CO detectors. It is their intent to produce a top quality product that is SAFE for you and your family.
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