Is the tiny house movement dead or has it reached its pinnacle is a common dilemma lingering in the tiny house circuit. Minimaliste, Tiny Mountain Houses, and Fritz Tiny Homes are a few manufacturers asserting that the movement is alive and kicking, and thriving more than ever. Tiny Homes of Maine grasped the opportunity to design the Boothbay tiny house on wheels which sleeps four in its functional and stylish interior.
Built on a triple-axle trailer, the Boothbay tiny house measures 30 feet long and eight feet wide. It boasts clapboard siding that is equally complimented by the black pine trim. The interior features LifeProof vinyl flooring that is topped by a Standing seam metal roof. The tiny house shell also includes a 400 Series Andersen awning and casement windows to maintain a smooth airflow. Not to mention, a full glass double outswing door that provides access to the interior and offers a picturesque view.
The tiny house features a living room with a sofa and a coffee table. The living room boasts plenty of open space to be accoutered with a couple of furnishing, but that would make the room look cramped. Nevertheless, the tiny house also includes dual lofts for sleeping and storing your essentials.
One of the lofts lies above the living room and can be reached via a ladder, while the other is accessible through stairs from the kitchen area. Speaking of the kitchen, it is accoutered with Maple butcher block countertops and wooden self-close white cabinets.
The Boothbay tiny house is also loaded with accessories and appliances including a stainless steel undermount sink with a pull-down spray faucet, two–burner electric cooktop, a vented range hood, and a refrigerator.
The tiny house bathroom is accessible via the kitchen. It features a flushing toilet, a vanity sink with a cabinet, and a shower. We are not familiar with the price of the tiny house yet, but estimate it to be around $80,000. For more information, visit the official website of Tiny Homes of Maine.
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