Getting a tiny house with a partner or family sounds fun and you can put it to good use as a vacation rental, a weekend getaway, or a backyard guest house. But you may not think a tiny house on wheels becoming a single woman’s haven. Wanting freedom and desire to live alone in her customized space. Teri Weehant is an empty nester, living in her custom tiny home in Tiny Lots on the Prairie in Decatur, Texas. Built by Dallas-based Indigo River Tiny Homes, the Casita Azulita is 32 feet dwelling on wheels where Teri has made her new nest.
Casita Azulita is a beautiful blue-clad compact home, which features a downstairs bedroom, a gorgeous bathroom, a spacious kitchen, and loads of storage options. Built on a triple axle trailer, the Casita Azulita comes with a standard RV hook-up and has a single-pitch shed-style roofline.
The blue exterior Smartside siding is offset by white accents lining the windows and door. A large storage shed over the hitch allows for storing water tanks, Christmas decorations, and other knick-knacks.
There is a gaggle of windows pouring in natural light and giving it a vibe of spaciousness. White-painted shiplap interior walls provide a stark contrast to the dark floor and ceiling. A white door opens into the spacious living room, which is dotted with shelves, allowing Teri to display pictures, precious items, and books in style.
There is plenty of room to put down a convertible couch and a couple of cozy chairs. On the other side is a tiny breakfast bar along a custom nook for a coffee bar with more storage and space for a refrigerator.
Opposite this area is the kitchen of the Casita Azulita. It is fully equipped with apartment-size appliances including a microwave, oven, induction cooktop, ventilation range hood, recycled glass counters, custom cabinetry, farmhouse sink, toe-kick drawers for storage, and custom engraved steel backsplash.
Past the kitchen, eclectic bathroom space is neatly tucked behind a sliding pocket door. The bathroom is big and spacious. It has a hand-picked blue bowl sink, a big vanity, and some shelving to store bric a brac and essentials. A compositing toilet is placed under a big overhead cabinet. There is a customized space for a washer and dryer inside the wall opposite the sink, while a glass-enclosed shower along it offers complete privacy.
Another sliding pocket door leads to the bedroom from there. The bedroom, despite being compact, feels spacious thanks to the many windows in here. It has plenty of storage options and a king-size bed. The space over the bathroom and kitchen delivers a storage loft section to house essentials for a comfortable life. The window and door ledges provide more space for displaying precious items and plants.
Needless to say, the Casita Azulita tiny house on wheels is a wonderful dwelling for an empty nester, be it a woman or a man, or a couple. Teri had the house custom-made for $80,000, which given how many things were customized is really a bargain price.
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