Nashville's first and most hospitable tiny house is SOLD! She's on her way to Augusta, GA!"
Tiny houses CAN have giant kitchens! When we were building our tiny house, our #1 priority was a large and functional kitchen. Our lives revolve around food, and as such, our tiny house had to revolve around our kitchen. We included a full-size range, an apartment sized refrigerator, and a giant farmhouse sink!
Our bathroom is small, but we have the basics: a sink, a shower, and a toilet. We installed a Separett composting toilet.
We sport two queen size lofts in our tiny house. Potentially the most hated lofts in the tiny house movement, we sacrificed height in the lofts for additional height on the main floor. As a result we've comfortably hosted guests up to 6'7"! Guests often are surprised at how much they like the lofts, stating that they are cozy and "fort" like:)
“This tiny house is amazing!! I was thrilled to finally be able to experience tiny house living!! Sarah & John were super sweet and helpful. The house had everything we could need. Soap, shampoo, wine glasses... If you are thinking about going tiny, you've got to stay here! And the location can't be beat, $5 uber ride downtown.”