Tour of 33 foot Spacious Tiny house with STAIRS and HUGE Closet




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We visited Mike Bedsole with Tiny House Chattanooga and loved the spacious layout. This tiny house is called “The Lookout” and is build on a 23 foot long gooseneck trailer which adds the extra 7 feet. The bedroom is huge and for future tiny housers worried about storage space this is ideal!
It has a huge closet area and in-stair storrage. The living area is raised up to fit even more storrage under neath.
Hope you enjoy the tour of this tiny house:)

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37 Comments

  1. Barbara Mowrey
    August 25, 2017
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    Even though I love it, I would not buy it because it's a guest house for the elite and entirely away from the original meaning of the word tiny house. Here We Go Again, paying high lumber prices and leaving the not so rich out of it.

  2. Linda Dobranetski
    August 25, 2017
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    My house I live in is 1 br, 1 bath, for 23,ooo I could put $40000 in my house and still have money left ver.

  3. yu muraoka
    September 10, 2017
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    THIS is not TINY house!!!

  4. Roxanne Ditan
    September 12, 2017
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    me i want to have a tiny house here in philippines

  5. Victoria Holland
    September 13, 2017
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    Love the bedroom I just love it all.

  6. DanaDoodle
    September 17, 2017
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    This is such a benefit to see how something this large can easily be moved even without a permit, correct ? Thanks so much for sharing !

  7. Patriot Jefferson
    September 17, 2017
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    @ 2:00 I LOVE the drawer under the sink, fantastic idea for extra storage.

  8. annette fournier
    September 19, 2017
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    Love that he always puts in air exchange heat recovery units. Don't care for accessing storage from the outside as it's to easy for break ins. Ask a bunch of RV people. It happens. Especially for battery theft.

  9. Naomi Curtis
    October 8, 2017
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    I love the more open less cluttered homes. This is something I would be interested in owning.

  10. Ang dlwil
    October 10, 2017
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    This tiny house is almost perfect, just a few changes i would make,the extra height helps with moister buildup

  11. Lisa Lamb
    October 14, 2017
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    I really liked this one!

  12. K Jay
    October 15, 2017
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    LOVE IT

  13. Bonnie greatorex
    October 15, 2017
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    Can you put a tip out over the master bed going "up" instead of the traditional tip "out" and have the part that slides out wood framed glass all around for a panoramic view of all the night sky? Or perhaps like a dome but rounded at the top?

  14. Taylor Fausett
    October 16, 2017
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    I'm only 5'2" so I would like my loft to be more roomy.

  15. Diana Ng
    October 19, 2017
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    How about a mobile tiny house with handicapped adaptability from entrance to living quarters to bathroom?

  16. David marzolino
    October 24, 2017
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    Alright already, we had the Mc mansion craze, and tiny houses have also been done to death, now can we go back to living in Normal size homes.

  17. Kade Hettrich
    October 25, 2017
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    Actual tiny house (not one on wheels) Seen them? Usually set up on 1 to 5 acres of land.

  18. Sony S
    October 25, 2017
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    Wow…. I love this house. Where are they located ??? No bed in loft ?? Awesome.

  19. ryan booth
    October 29, 2017
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    bottle general salt bet spring yet moral pay.

  20. EmA727
    October 31, 2017
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    Im actually quite intrigued by the tiny house movement and am thinking about either buying or making my own. Is there any model for like young adults that highlights or allows for a nice computer space while still maintaining a nice full kitchen and a good size bedroom and bathroom?

  21. Jillian Mac Knight
    October 31, 2017
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    Max is beautiful!!!

  22. Bigfoot Xing
    November 6, 2017
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    Does one do financing for these? Through a specific institution? Delivery only to your state? Compared to LOL to New Hampshire?

  23. Dee
    November 16, 2017
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    I want that gorgeous baby more than the house !

  24. Angela P.
    November 24, 2017
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    Nice home

  25. Emily mchugh
    November 24, 2017
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    can you not have it as mobile??

  26. Nurse Calls
    November 26, 2017
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    This was a favorite of mine and I was thinking about buying it and putting it on my parents land, but when he said that blocking the little loft area from the main bedroom is not recommended because it blocks the air flow, my mind was changed. My plan was to use the small loft closet area for when my children visited, but at least, the builder was honest and stated, it is not recommended because it blocks the air flow.

  27. Shawn Bechard
    November 26, 2017
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    Tiny houses were supposed to be affordable. $90,000 to $120,000 for one like this in Canada is far from fair pricing. Plus another $50,000 to $100,000 for land. Plus the sewage and electrical hookups, which is about another $15,000 if you go with a small septic. Plus a cheap $1000- $2000 stone driveway. Plus the cost of any permits I left out. Now add on the extra that banks will make for the financing and interest charges on their imaginary credit currency that they magically make appear in your debt account. So roughly $156,000 to $237,000 for a home that is 1/4 the size of an average house that most of our parents owned and bought in the 70's for 1/5th to 1/9th of the cost. That is right! Here in Canada in the 70's, homes went for roughly $35,000. The average house price rose close to 3 times faster than the average household income.

  28. Kreativekreationzpublishinginc Lawson
    November 28, 2017
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    love tiny homes..mine would be a lil wider so i don't feel anxiety….but im in love

  29. Kathleen Winser
    November 30, 2017
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    I don’t think tiny houses are baby friendly at all. To many ways a baby could get their neck broken.

  30. Matthew Hutton
    November 30, 2017
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    Wow… For that price, I think I'd take something a little bigger and that comes with a piece of land… With that $84K, you still have to find a place to park it and hook it up, unless you plan on being a permanent nomad, in which case, you'd really need to invest in some power generation and water storage. And you'll pay a pretty penny for fuel every time you go to move it, and more for road permits and taxes in some states. It's cool, but totally impractical for the price, you can get a nearly new pickup and 40' or longer travel trailer with several pop-outs and all setup with gens and solar, and more, and pay less than $84K

  31. Jimmy Fischbeck
    December 1, 2017
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    Great people, beautiful baby, outstanding home! Tell the couple to have as many more children as they want! America needs little taxpayers!!

  32. Wanda Ball
    December 3, 2017
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    I like the whole tiny house idea, but they do seem to be going up in price. I have seen one with a bunk style master bed so that it can lift and then there is a spare sleeping area under neath with a step up stool for the master. I have also seen one where the kitchen area over the sink and counter is all windows that opens up like an according and then there is a piece on the outside that can flip up so it can be an eating are for six with 3 inside and 3 outside this I believe was done over the wheel well. Where I live the winters are cold and snow is plentiful so my concern would be getting snowed in or the house not being insulated well enough to live in all winter. I prefer a more open space so no lofts unless you can stand up in it like this one. I do prefer to be able to have a full size tub and a shower. I do spend quite a lot time looking at different styles of tiny homes.

  33. Stv Stv
    December 5, 2017
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    I've seen nicer with more features and less wasted space for the same price range. This seems drab, but the steel construction is definitely a plus.

  34. Tina Sparks
    December 7, 2017
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    For that price, it should be perfect. Here’s where you went wrong, improvements for the next place…….
    Empty space next to the washer dryer. If you don’t have an outside access door to use it for storage, then there should be a hatch in the floor above it, to access that space for storage. You can cover it with furniture, you can put a recessed handle in the hatch door to open. Also, move the washer dryer unit to the right, you can use that 5 inches of space for two padded folding chairs, for the table. Did you want stools to sit in the middle of the floor there? …… Sit at that table. Eye level is the bottom of the windowsill. That sucks. Put the window lower, or use a bigger window, or put the table higher & use barstools. They should be able to look out, at something, while they’re sitting there….. Also, why not show that living room with a loveseat, couch, TV? If it fits so good, if you can move it in / out of there easily, you should’ve shown it that way. I suspect it will be a bitch getting a couch up there….. I like the drawer under the sink, very good idea however, the wine rack should be removed, & that little cupboard/ shelf thing to the right, that you didn’t show us? Should double, as we all need storage & you don’t have upper cupboards in the kitchen…… How did this win best in show, when you don’t even have space for a microwave? You put it on the counter, there goes your space for your coffee maker, toaster, prep area…… I hate that you used to buy fours on that small counter spot to the right of the stove. Should’ve been 4” ceramic tile backsplash, that spot would be good for a toaster even….. The shower was extremely small, and there should’ve been a wall size mirror above the bathroom sink, as you will need light & illusion of a bigger bathroom would help…. I did like a bigger fridge & the floor storage…… I love how big the master closet is but the skylight should be put over the bed space, or you should’ve set the bed up there, no switch out option, as sunlight fades fabric & ruins clothes. Everywoman knows this…..2 sets of stairs, but I & no storage underneath them. Why no drawers like other TH’s have? The whole place seems to be devoid of storage, which women like. Even if you’re older, which I am, you want somewhere to put all your crap. If she knits? One drawer could fit all her yarn…. Where the bars, rails are in both bedrooms? Should be small half walls, so on the kitchen side, you can have shelves or cupboards. The opposite? A wall for art, or pictures. Put a ceiling fan up there, keep it on low, pushes hot air down, makes good airflow……. I’ve never built a tiny house, but I made a complete, perfect, 228 sq’ apartment, that was long like tiny houses, no lofts, had a 36” corner shower w glass walls (frosted stripes across the middle…. made the bathroom look bigger….

  35. sharon richards
    December 7, 2017
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    I'd take building a cob house any day over these expensive things.

  36. Kristin Kitti
    December 7, 2017
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    Its not thought out well. Wasted space. Way to much money.

  37. Lovenia Butler
    December 29, 2017
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    I love it. I would want more closet space. The washer and dryer combo can be a little bigger. I'd rather have a regular toilet. Looking forward to see more.

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