The Latest Achievement in Eco-Friendly Tiny Housing (Click for Floor Plans)
This Cabin Title 138 is the perfect tiny house floor plan, with 513 square feet of living space, a good size to live comfortably. This one bedroom tiny house is called the Osprey and is designed by Nationwide Custom Homes. It's a tiny house floor plan that works great. Inside there is a spacious great room that opens up to the covered deck you and offers some shelter if you like to sit outside while its raining. The Osprey tiny house is comfortable full time living, but can also be used as a tiny house vacation home, without a lot of maintenance.
The exterior is of this tiny house design is made of metal, so its easy to maintain. There are also some great modern features like a heated bathroom floor for when you get out of the shower (always nice when the weather gets colder). Other optional features you might enjoy include being able to go completely off the grid if you would like. This is such a growing trend these days, and a great option if you are considering this tiny home as a tiny house vacation home, it will keep your costs down. They tiny house company also offers SmartSun glass windows and doors that can also help you save money by reducing your cooling/heating bills.The hot water for this tiny house is provided by a tankless instant heat system. The Ecotemp L5 model is a favorite among tiny house owners with its instant tankless water heater system. You can also have thin solar panels installed up on your roof to provide power without any hookups to the electrical grid.
This is a great tiny house just to take a peek or to see what has been going on with tiny house design. Here you will find more tiny house designs than you imagined. You'll find everything from the Spacebox prefabricated stackable tiny houses to the KitHaus tiny modern cabins and backyard offices, a 160 square foot treehouse retreat to a do it yourself tiny kitchen in a studio. You'll find the Skyeia tin roof tiny cabin located at Blue Moon Rising, a fairytale tiny cob house, a gypsy wagon in Lyon France, and a treehouse in the Blue Mountains. Do you think you could live in a tiny house?
Downsizing into a tiny house can be an excellent way to save money on taxes, heating, building costs, maintenance and repair costs. For many people buying a small house or building a tiny house, means that they can afford to own their tiny house outright, and in doing that they can afford to do more of the things they enjoy from traveling, pursuing hobbies and passions. If living in a tiny house or small house is an idea you've been considering you can find lots of excellent tiny house resources from sites, books, step by step video tutorials and more. There are also tiny house workshops that are offered all over the country where you can learn how to build your a tiny home, whether it be a tiny house on wheels, strawbale houses or log cabins.
On the Nationwide Custom Home site, you will find other eco-friendly tiny homes to consider. The tiny cottages are built according to the local residential codes by using pre-fabricated system engineering. These high performance modular tiny home structures use the latest technology and offer self-sustaining Green living. If you need some additional space at your home for a relative or guests, an eco tiny cottage is a great way to provide you options well what it would cost to renovate your home.
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