Nashville, Tennessee-based New Frontier Tiny Homes looked to Scandinavia for inspiration when designing its recently-completed Riverside tiny house. Sure to turn heads with distinctive ebony stained cedar board and batten siding, the tiny house is offered as a turnkey model, so contains everything required to move in right away.
Riverside measures 8.5 x 24 ft (2.6 x 13.4 m), and comprises a total floorspace of 246 sq ft (22 sq m), including sleeping and storage areas. The towable home sits on a triple-axle trailer and features a metal roof, a small porch, and an external storage box. The interior finish echoes Scandi-chic with maple ply walls and hand hewn solid walnut hardwood floor.
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Visitors enter via the porch and front door directly into the primary living area, which takes up most of the interior floorspace and includes a couch, a small table, a chair and a larger movable folding desk/dining table.
The living area leads into a kitchen with granite countertops, a stainless steel sink, and custom cabinets with plenty of storage. A two-burner movable cooktop is available and can be stowed in a drawer. The kitchen also includes a small fridge and freezer. In addition to a composting toilet, the bathroom boasts an attractive stainless steel shower cubicle
The sleeping loft includes a double bed and is reached by ladder, though New Frontier Tiny Homes can add a storage-style staircase if required. Directly opposite lies a small attic storage area.
Interior temperature is controlled by a Mini Split HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning unit), while water is heated by a tankless propane hot water heater. Lighting comes in the form of energy-efficient LEDs throughout.
The tiny home is currently wired-up for a standard electric hookup, though New Frontier Tiny Homes boss David Latimer told us that an off-grid setup could be added at cost.
Riverside is priced at US$79,000, including cutlery, furniture, and everything else pictured.
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