Crafted with precision, the Hazel 9×3 tiny house takes the acclaimed Hazel 8.4 to new heights, offering users an enticing interior to suit their lifestyle. Designed by Aussie Tiny House, the micro dwelling as aforementioned is a successor of the company’s Hazel 8.4 model and comes packed with loads of features. Built on a triple-axle trailer, the 29.5 feet tiny house features a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and dual-lofts.
Similar to Hazel 8.4, the Hazel 9×3 tiny house features a standing landing between lofts, eliminating the need for crawling and discomfort. “With expanded dimensions of 9 meters (29.5 feet) in length and 3 meters (9.8) in width, this design maximizes space and functionality,” mentions the company. In addition to the lavish features, the new version introduces a Peninsula-shaped kitchen, a larger second loft and more space in the bathroom with additional storage space, enhancing the overall convenience and utility.
Visitors enter the living room first. Accoutered with a sofa bed and a center table, the living room beckons relaxation, complemented by the inviting large triple stacker entry door. Adjacent is the U-shaped kitchen that features an optional L-shaped bench, transforming cooking into a home chef’s delight.
Boasting a Peninsula-shaped kitchen, the space is outfitted with a pull-out pantry, standard chrome stainless steel or charcoal sink, multiple cabinets alongside a range of appliances with a stainless steel gas cooktop, an electric built-in oven, and a slide-out built-in rangehood. Elsewhere is the family-size bathroom that boasts a generous shower tray and two well-placed windows for abundant natural light, creating a bright and airy atmosphere.
There is no dearth of storage in the Hazel 9×3 tiny house, the entire home is furnished with cabinets, closets, and plenty of other storage to host essentials and other decorative items. As aforementioned, the tiny house features two lofts, both accessed via a single storage-integrated staircase. A standing landing connects the two lofts that sleep four people combined.
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