A modern, open 24-footer from Global Tiny Houses

Global Tiny Houses of Scarborough, Maine, have just knocked $10K off the price of their brand-new 24-foot tiny house on wheels, bringing it down to $49,900. Weighing in at 10,000 pounds, the street-legal THOW can be towed behind a one-ton pickup truck and comes loaded with creature comforts like a ground-floor bedroom and 5-foot bathtub.

The house is built on a full aluminum trailer.

There’s a big exterior storage closet in front.

A bed and a sofa make the living area comfortable, a high ceiling keeps it open, and a Dickinson propane heater keeps it toasty.

The parallel kitchen isn’t very long, but it holds a full size refrigerator.

The butcher block counter top extends into a dining nook.

Think sink and four-burner gas range / oven are on the other side.

Besides the tub, the big bathroom has an enormous amount of counter space and a Nature’s Head composting toilet.

The large loft could easily be used as a bedroom; if you’re sleeping below, it will provide an awful lot of extra storage space.

h/t Tiny House Talk

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