The 30′ long Ampersand tiny house is unique in that it has two sleeping lofts. With a convertible sofa downstairs, it can sleep up to six.

A glass entry door ushers the visitor into the entryway. At the heart of this home is its kitchen with a full-size fridge, sink, and cooktop. Upper and lower cabinets provide storage space, and a breakfast bar is positioned for a view through picture windows.

The living room is tucked away at one end of the house. The loft above creates a cozy space for relaxing or watching TV.

The semi-private master sleeping loft is accessed via a sturdy ship’s ladder. The loft has built-in cabinetry, serving as a privacy screen to the rest of the house and easy access to storage.

The second sleeping loft is at the other end of the house, also accessed via ship’s ladder. Both lofts accommodate queen-sized beds.

The bathroom has a tub/shower combo, handwashing sink, and macerating toilet.

Recessed lighting is throughout the house and there are pendant lights in the kitchen.

This tiny house has no water storage tanks: it is meant to be hooked up to RV hookups.