Measuring 30 feet long and eight feet wide, the Allagash tiny house is a gorgeous dwelling on wheels. Designed by Maine-based tiny house company, Tiny Homes of Maine, the tiny house is built on a triple-axle trailer and boasts an exterior comprising pine trim and clapboard siding, while pine interior tongue and groove walls paneling adorn the interior. On the inside, the tiny house features ‘LifeProof vinyl plank’ waterproof flooring that is topped by a sturdy and durable standing seam metal roof.
The micro-dwelling features a main-floor bedroom and two lofts that can be accessed via stairs and ladder. The lofts can either function as bedrooms or lounge areas, depending on user preference. It can sleep a minimum of six people and can accommodate even more, courtesy of its capacious interior.
In addition to the main-floor bedroom and dual lofts, the tiny house also includes a gourmet kitchen and a bathroom. The kitchen boasts American Walnut butcher block countertops that incorporate a sink and a cooktop. It also comes equipped with necessary appliances like a vented range hood and a large refrigerator.
A washer/dryer combo is placed under the kitchen counter which prevents the bathroom from being cramped. Speaking of the bathroom, it can be accessed via the kitchen and features a vanity, shower, and toilet.
Breathing life into the wooden shell is the gorgeous furnishing that includes a 9-foot built-in storage bench. The bench not only steadies a few planters but can also be used for storing nitty-gritty essentials.
Facing the bench is a cozy sofa that acts as a partition between the storage-incorporated stair and the ladder leading to the loft section. The sofa is customizable and can even be replaced with a dining table.
The tiny house is fresh and bright, courtesy of a couple of egress roof windows and a full glass outswing door. We are not familiar with the current price of the Allagash tiny house but you can contact the builder for details.
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