Modern High-End Tiny House with XL Kitchen & Rooftop Deck

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Daniel and his wife JoAnna built this 24-foot long tiny house on wheels as a model to see what they could fit in it and to allow people to see what tiny house living is all about.

Their goal was to make it as comfortable as possible so they’ve got a loft with extra headroom that allows you to sit up in bed, a ladder staircase combo that’s comfortable to go up and down, and a hidden dishwasher and as well.

One of the most striking features of the tiny house is the rooftop deck they built into the roofline which provides outdoor space and great views no matter where the tiny house is parked. To waterproof the deck, they used a product called Duradek:

The house is a hybrid so it can run off solar power for short periods of time but it currently only has 500 watts of solar and a couple of batteries so it would need to be upgraded to be completely off-grid. The water system can switch between a fresh and greywater tank, or be hooked up to municipal water. The house also has a Separett composting toilet and a propane water heater and stove.

They also have a combination heater/air conditioner unit in the loft to heat and cool the tiny house.

Another feature that we love is the large casement windows that can be tilted open even in the rain.

This is a beautiful tiny house and if you’re interested in checking it out, they have it up on Airbnb here:

Thanks for watching!

Mat & Danielle



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  1. That’s funny, the Guide said, “Or a senior down sizing from a larger home into a smaller space before needing assisted living”… LOL
    Just a mention, most seniors do not assume they will be living in an assisted housing situation because most seniors live independent their entire lives… His assumption is reflective of his own experience and not that of the general public…

  2. You know what, that design was exactly on my drawing board before seeing this.
    How come you copied it from my mind.
    But, you’re design is great. It’s beautiful.

  3. It’s a trailer. It’s ugly on the outside. You can buy a regular trailer for less, and live like a normal person.

  4. How is propane, “off-grid” ? It would not work in an emergency situation, which is the whole premise of Off-Grid, is to still survive even when the grid is down, which means no pumps work to pump out propane.

  5. Smart man with the whole counter space on both sides of sink & stove. If only all home builders thought that way!

  6. Love it. The designer explained things well during the tour, which I think is rare with Tiny House manufacturer’s tours.

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