The Nook

$139.00

The Nook is our tiniest house to date. The first floor has a framing footprint of just 6′-5″ x 10″ and the sleeping loft has an area of 7′-5″ x 11′. All told, this house has a total of 119-square-feet of space. It’s size makes it not only cheaper to construct, but also cheaper to tow due to the reduced weight. This home was also designed for those that have travel in mind – it’s size makes it much easier for you to tow from one destination to another, and it can also be assembled onto a single axle trailer making it more maneuverable than a tandem axle trailer.

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Description

The Nook is our tiniest house to date. The first floor has a framing footprint of just 6′-5″ x 10″ and the sleeping loft has an area of 7′-5″ x 11′. All told, this house has a total of 119-square-feet of space. It’s size makes it not only cheaper to construct, but also cheaper to tow due to the reduced weight. This home was also designed for those that have travel in mind – it’s size makes it much easier for you to tow from one destination to another, and it can also be assembled onto a single axle trailer making it more maneuverable than a tandem axle trailer.

Area

Dimensions

Area

Dimensions

Footprint

6′-5″ x 10′

House Height

11′

Living Area

6′-9″ x 7′-1″

Kitchen

6′-9″ x 7′-1″

Bathroom

2′ x 4′

Ceiling Height

6′-9″

Loft

6′-9″ x 10′-4″

Loft Height

3′-1″

Width @ Eaves

8′-5″

Total Area

119 sq ft

Multifunctional Living Area
The Nook features a multifunctional living area due to it’s size – your kitchen is your living room, and your living room is your dinning area. The home is heated by a small stainless steel fireplace, as seen in the picture, and adequate natural lighting and ventilation are provided for by the windows surrounding the ground floor of the home.

Kitchen
The kitchen contains a 2-burner cook-top, a small sink and an under-counter refrigerator. Storage is provided for by base and wall cabinets.

Living Area
The living area has space for two chairs, and if they’re folding chairs (as shown above) they can be stored between the loft floor joists. There’s also a folding leaf table under the stainless steel fireplace that allows the living area to act as a dining area.

Bathroom
The bathroom is accessed by a large 4-foot-wide folding door opposite the kitchen and can accommodate a 2-foot-square shower and a small toilet.

Sleeping Loft
The sleeping loft is capable of accommodating a queen-size mattress and is naturally lit and ventilated by 3 picture windows. The loft can be accessed by an alternating tread staircase, which contains compartments for storage.

Trailer
This tiny house can be built on a 6′-5″ x 10′ utility trailer.