Home is where the heart is and if your heart is wandering so should your home. On the heels of his notion, tiny houses are gaining popularity. These are relatively cost effective than traditional homes and can be hauled around behind your vehicle from A to B. Roll on Home a construction company based in New South Wales, Australia features a tiny home built with this idea in mind.
The sustainable high-end tiny house measures 8m in length and 2.5m wide. It is 3.7m high with the exterior structure made up of timber lining and cladding. The interior however comprises solid blackbutt floorboards.
One need not compromise with the facilities a traditional home offers since the Roll on Home tiny house surpasses the comfort level any other house would provide. Boasting a posh interior, the gorgeous tiny house for the modern age features queen size loft bedroom with hardwood privacy screens.
Nested in New South Wales, the house also has bespoke cabinetry designed to not only look beautiful but also offers plenty of bench space. The tiny home is energy efficient and sustainable home for you and your family. The house also features reverse cycling heating and cooling mechanism.
The dining area here offers a wardrobe under the staircase leading to the loft. Decent storage space is provided to keep your clothes and other essentials. The kitchen has cupboards and its cohesive design includes Westinghouse electric oven and gas hobs. Alluring inside and outside, the tiny house also features a full-sized fridge and washing machine doubling as a dryer.
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On the other end of the house, there is a bathroom and composting toilet and comes with a custom vanity. Despite the excessive use of timber in construction, the tiny house is completely termite resistant.
The house has efficient LED lightings and fly screens covering all the windows. The Roll on Home tiny house is ready to be transported to your property and is available at a base price of A$148,000 (roughly $110,000). For more information visit Roll On Home.