This good-looking 160-square-foot tiny house on wheels is home to the Hall family – two adults, one child, and one dog. They finished building it last November after about six months of work and $30,000 in costs for materials. The generous 13½-foot ceiling gives space for a sleeping loft holding a queen bed, while the couple’s son and the dog sleep on the convertible couch in the downstairs living area. The other end of the trailer holds a small kitchen area and a bathroom with a composting toilet. As you can probably tell from the photos, the Halls emphasized quality when building their residence; premium features include a metal roof from ABC, grade-A cedar siding, ship lap walls, tempered glass windows and maple flooring. They’ve promised to post more pictures on their blog sometime in August.
h/t Tiny House Talk
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