The Kinderhook tiny house is 30’ long and within the maximum road-legal height of 13 ½’ and width of 8 ½’.
You may also change the width from 8 1/2′ to 10′: this means the house will be a wide load on the roads, so you won’t want to travel with it, but will add some floor space. The 10′ wide x 30′ long Kinderhook tiny house starts at $89,000.
Throughout the house, windows let in light and views from all sides, fitting a large psychological space within a tiny footprint.
The kitchen has a full size fridge, oven with range hood, sink, and upper and lower cabinet storage. A breakfast bar is perched in the kitchen with a view out the picture window.
Unusually large for a tiny house, the living room is tucked under the sleeping loft. A flat-screen TV hangs in the corner near the stairs.
The semi-private sleeping loft is accessed via stairs with storage. The loft itself also has built-in storage which doubles as a privacy screen to the rest of the house.
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.