Strasburg follows the same pattern. This dwelling sits on a triple-axle trailer, and it features a beautiful exterior with board and batten siding. It measures 28 ft (8.5 meters) in length, and it’s 8.5-ft-wide (2.5-meter-wide). The builder also has a bigger version of the model, which is 32-ft-long (9.7-meter-long) and 10-ft-wide (3-meter-wide). This is a park model, and it’s suitable for a growing family.
But don’t worry, the smaller one offers 296 sq ft (27.4 sq meters) of living space, which is enough for a couple or a young family of three. Strasburg manages to squeeze a lot of function into every inch. It comes with a light-filled living room, a well-equipped kitchen, a compact bathroom, and two bedrooms – one positioned on the first floor and one upstairs.
Next to the living room is the first-floor bedroom, which includes a bed that can comfortably sleep two and a small nightstand. A few steps ahead, you’ll see a galley-style kitchen that is equipped with all the necessary appliances. It has a black farmhouse sink, a two-burner propane cooktop, and a full-size refrigerator. The kitchen comes with a generous oak butcher block countertop and a breakfast bar that has enough space for two chairs.
It also has numerous drawers, cabinets, and shelves for storage. And if that’s not enough, across the kitchen is a set of stairs that lead to the loft that have built-in cabinets and some cubbyholes. There’s even a closet that can be used for hanging clothes or as a pantry.
tiny is incredibly spacious. It has enough room for a king-size bed and a small nightstand. Underneath this area is the bathroom, which gets separated from the rest of the house via a barn door with a full-length mirror. Inside, you’ll notice a generous shower, a vessel sink with storage underneath, a standard flush toilet, and two floating shelves. Depending on the model chosen, owners will also benefit from a stackable washer and dryer.
Pricing for the 28-ft unit (8.5-meter) starts at $97,000, while the 32-ft (9.7-meter) park model starts at $107,000. It’s important to note that these are highly customizable tiny homes, so customers can choose the materials and finishes used for the tinies or add a second loft if they want. They also can opt to include other features such as skylights, a sofa, a built-in counter height table, or a microwave. They can even choose to install a conduit for a future solar system, but that’s all going to add up to the initial price.