We have been covering the tiny house movement for over a decade and the micro-dwellings seen so far unequivocally justify the elegance, precision, and hype of the industry. Today we bring to you the Sebago Tiny House on wheels by the family-owned business, Tiny Homes of Maine. The Sebago is a light-filled compact abode with 20 windows and two skylights, twin lofts, a main-floor bedroom, a living room, a spacious kitchen, and a bathroom.
Built on a four-axle trailer, the house has a board and batten exterior painted in custom colors and a standing seam metal roof. While the concern of a tiny house being cramped is a legitimate one, it is not the case with the Sebago tiny house. Thanks to a gaggle of big windows dotting every nook and cranny of the dwelling, the house feels more spacious than a traditional home.
The front door opens into the 380 square feet of luxurious interior. Dotting the interior are high-end finishes, rich textures, and modern appliances. The living room is on the left side with a built-in fireplace and enough space for a convertible sofa bed.
Past the living room, the ground-floor bedroom is equipped with a queen-size bed and a closet. Outside, a storage-integrated staircase leads to the loft bedroom. The loft bedroom has enough space for a big bed and a nightstand underneath a skylight.
On the other side of the house, a huge L-shaped kitchen features custom hardwood cabinets with American Walnut butcher block countertops, a cooktop, a built-in microwave, open shelving, a refrigerator, and a range hood. A ladder hangs nearby to access the second loft, which has a queen-size bed under a skylight.
The bathroom of the Sebago is past the kitchen, neatly tucked behind a pocket door. It has a shower, a vanity sink, a huge cabinet, and a standard flush toilet. There is a washer-dryer hook-up for laundry needs as well. The tiny house can also be outfitted with numerous custom features to make it more comfortable and personalized.