"V" is for "Versatile"
This tiny house is adorable and efficient. It will work well either as a backyard office or studio separate from the house, or as a home for people who want to live smal....or should we say HUGE.
The beauty of this design is its versatility. All specifications can be built to suit.
However this house is not very suitable for life on the road due to its large overhang roof. When we build these houses at our shop, we leave the roof off for transportation and then assemble it once on a foundation.
If you are looking for a house to stay on the trailer, we suggest looking at our Acorn house.
Check out our video below!
Specifications of the Base Model
Footprint:8’ x 13’ (under 10 m²)
Roof overhang: 16” / 20”
Sleeping loft: 86” x 49”
Closet: 31” x 26”
Desk/table: 49” x 23”
Wet room: 31" x 36"
Our houses come with basic electric appliances. If you want specific models, the difference in price will be added. Our base models come with a shower and toilet type of your choice. They do not come with washer or dryer, skylight, solar system kit or a deck of any sort (although we are happy to do on-site work).
Starting at 30,000 for 108 sq ft house.
For larger house add $120 per sq ft.
Construction and materials
Fully insulated walls, floor, and ceiling.
Cedar and corrugated metal siding.
Metal roof. Drywall and lots and lots of
local wood can be found on the inside.
Doors and windows
French doors suit this house well.
Comes with a minimum of 7 windows.
Hand made wood wardrobe.
Convertible desk/dining table.
Shelving and drawers.
Sleeping loft or murphy bed
with custom ladder (a medal one with
hand rails is extra).
Lighting and electrical
Switched porch light.
Switched ceiling fixture.
At least one vent and many many outlets.
Can plug into a designated exterior outlet
or go straight into the main panel.
Off grid is also an option,
although we suggest going with
all propane appliances.
Auxiliary baseboard heater.
Dickinson propane heaters work well however they come
with an additional charge.
(An oil-filled electric heater can also work.)
We do not suggest wood heat for multiple reasons.
Connects to water supply on site.
If using a flush toilet it must be hooked up to septic
otherwise with a composting toilet
it can just have a grey water system.