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This magnificent little house, built by Dragon Tiny Homes, may not have a catchy name, but it deserves one. It perfectly combines modern functionality with opulent style to provide the ideal mobile house. A classic tiny house has unique structural characteristics and unrivaled adaptability.
The traditional mobile home shape changed as the movement toward smaller living gained traction to accommodate various requirements and living arrangements. However, the enduring idea of the THOW (Tiny House on Wheels) continues to be a small home distinguished by utilitarian minimalism and minimalist aesthetics, created primarily to facilitate a mobile lifestyle. This timeless design can be used as a mobile retreat, a permanent residence, or a vacation rental.
This particular loft-style tiny house is one of the tiniest in the Dragon Tiny Homes collection. Its charming appearance belies its strength; it is only 16 feet long, 8.5 feet wide, and 13.5 feet tall. It is an embodiment of toughness and security because of its strong base.
Allura cement board siding on the exterior provides remarkable resilience, while premium wood shiplap walls and waterproof vinyl plank flooring are included inside. This structure is mounted on a sturdy trailer built internally using steel frame I-beams to guarantee exceptional stability. In short, future residents will enjoy mobility flexibility without dealing with the disturbing bouncing that comes with lower-quality trailers.
The NOAH certification given to all Dragon Tiny Homes is an additional advantage. Those considering tiny living or purchasing a mobile holiday rental should prioritize certified solutions in a market inundated with appealing but uncertified designs to ensure safety.
Even though this 16-foot tiny house lacks the extravagance of other designs, it is well-equipped for year-round habitation in various situations. For remote or rural holiday rentals, a propane quick water heater ensures hot water when needed. A mini-split heating and AC unit ensures that the interior is comfortable, independent of changes in the outside temperature.
Residents are welcomed with a small but cozy living space as they enter. Large windows and a glass door that effectively doubles as a third window give it a lounge-like feel despite its small size. Despite its small size, this room is bathed with natural light, giving it an open, spacious feel with gorgeous vistas.
The restroom is hidden behind a rustic sliding door at the opposite end. This tiny bathroom, which fits a regular toilet and a 36-inch shower, adopts the same sophisticated style as the 16-foot Dragon Tiny.
A cute kitchenette is tucked away between the living space and the bathroom. Thanks to the quartz worktops and grey cabinetry, it emanates a premium vibe, and the black fixtures, which mirror the bathroom’s style, create a striking contrast.
The adaptable lounge area works well for meals despite the need for a dedicated eating area due to space restrictions. The absence of a bulky convertible sofa makes it simple to transition from an eating area to a relaxing area, further facilitated by the large windows that encourage a strong connection to nature.
The attic bedroom is accessible from the main floor via a sturdy yet unobtrusive ladder. It has only the necessities—a cozy queen-sized bed—just like the other rooms in this little house. A single window lets in natural light and fresh air, and Dragon Tiny Homes’ distinctive black metal fence transforms the area from plain to secure and elegant.
This 16-foot small home, which is 136 square feet (12.6 square meters) in size and offers a host of conveniences, is also remarkably affordable. This fanciful home costs about $44,950 and is a true gem in the world of tiny living.