The Ashmere is 30” long and within the maximum road-legal height of 13 ½’ and width of 8 ½’.
A glass front door welcomes the visitor into the sitting and eating area. Interior horizontal shiplap makes the house feel cottage-like.
In the eating area, the breakfast bar looks out a picture window. A built-in bench has storage underneath. Open floor space next to the bench could house a loveseat, bookshelf, or just space to stretch.
Unlike many tiny houses, the queen size bed is on the first floor. Storage shelves are built-in around and above the bed, and the bed itself lifts up to reveal more storage.
A full-size fridge, a sink and upper and lower cabinets round out the kitchen. The L-shaped countertop has a built-in two-burner cooktop.
The bathroom has a macerating toilet, sink, and shower/tub combo.
Recessed lighting is throughout the house.
This tiny house has no water storage tanks: it is meant to be hooked up to RV hookups.
A remote-controlled mini split heats and cools the house.
Renderings are for visualization purposes only and may not reflect the actual dimensions of the built home. This house has not been built yet so we don’t have photos, just renderings. Aside from the renderings, the photos in this post are of the same feature in other tiny houses we have built.