When it comes to tiny houses design is everything, and the Clover from Modern Tiny Living does a beautiful job of creating a functional and attractive design. This is their Kokosing model mixed with their Point model using poplar wood throughout as well as a stylish and affordable concrete countertop. This tiny house design offers the perfect space for travel, recreation or full-time living. The Clover tiny house model is $89,000 as shown in the photos, but the Kokosing Model starts at $65,000 and then you can add items as you wish. This tiny house is 24 feet long built on a trailer from Trailer Made Custom Tiny Homes. The siding is tongue and groove wooden siding with a 40-year warranty, and they have a steel roof on the tiny house as well. The interior includes insulated floors with vinyl flooring and poplar interior walls. There's also a full gourmet kitchen, a full bathroom, and a great living room area that offers flexible seating and eating space. The seating area is created by an elevated level with a step to reach it that has drawer storage in it as well as shelving surrounding it. Storage is so important in a tiny house, and this design does a great job of including it wherever they can. The built-in seating is comfortable with cushions and pillows, but there is also storage beneath it too. A table can be set up to use the area for dining or more supports can be pulled out to create a large bed in the space for guests.
Another great thing about this built-in seating and storage is that there are also plenty of windows surrounding the area allowing for lots of light and great views. The home also features a staircase with even more built-in storage space so you can see another piece of furniture that is offering a couple of functions. The stairs lead up to the large loft where a king-sized bed can fit, but in the photos here you can see a queen sized bed. Back down on the main floor the kitchen with the concrete countertops also features a 30-inch undermounted stainless steel sink, a four-burner stove and an over the range hood as well as a convection oven and an 18.2 Cu. Ft. fridge and freezer. There's also a washer and dryer combo unit as well as a dining bar that can also be used as a workspace. Then, moving to the back of the tiny house is the bathroom which features a fibreglass shower, open shelving, a custom barn door and a flush toilet.
When it comes to heating and cooling, they have a through the wall heater/AC unit, and an electric tankless water heater and the entire home runs on 50 Amp Service. It's very well insulated with spray-foam insulation and has 3 inches in the walls, ceilings, and in the floors between the floor and the trailer. Each of the models will vary in price depending on the appliances and finishes that the customer chooses, so the more bare-bones you go, the more affordable you can have your tiny house. There are also options to finance tiny houses from Modern Tiny Living, and they require a 5% downpayment which would be quite do-able for most people. There are also loans for tiny houses from Modern Tiny Living starting at 9% for 25 years. This is a great option for those who can't afford a tiny house outright but can afford monthly payments over a period of time. It would end up being much less than a mortgage over a long period of time and once paid off it could be a great rental home or vacation home.
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