I am a fan of lofts in a tiny house. A mezzanine utilizes the limited space in a compact dwelling but not everyone resonates with the fact, especially the elderly. Understandably, it’s too much of an effort for them to climb the ladder or stairs to access the loft bedrooms. New Zealand-based tiny house manufacturer Build Tiny gets this struggle and has made the single-level Dark Horse tiny house for people who do not want the loft space.
Measuring 29 feet long, the exterior of the tiny house is finished in cedar and black vinyl cladding, hence living up to the moniker. You can access the interior either via large French doors that welcome you to the bedroom area or step inside the living room courtesy of another glass door.
The tiny house has a double bed that conceals a great deal of storage space. We also have cabinetry on both sides of the bed allowing you to keep your essentials. In case, you choose to enter the living room first, your eyes would be graced by a sofa that seats two. Some overhead shelves would allow you to place nitty-gritty essentials.
Then we have a TV facing the sofa. The kitchen is nearby to whip up tasty treats. Equipped with a small breakfast bar for two, cabinetry, a dishwasher, microwave, fridge/freezer, oven, propane-powered two-burner stove, and a sink, the kitchen offers all the comforts of a regular home.
Adjacent is the bathroom of the Dark Horse tiny house. Other than a shower and a toilet, it is accoutered with storage space to fit a washer/dryer as well. Just like other Build Tiny micro-dwellings, the Dark Horse gets power from a standard RV-style hookup and is estimated to cost $103,000.
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