Hitting the open highway to soak up the sights, sounds and smells of the countryside, waking up each day to a brand new breath-taking vista….or shopping for a comfy home to name your individual. Why must you have to decide on? That’s the thought behind Timbercraft Tiny Homes, an Alabama-based company that creates beautiful miniature cell homes that allow you to take your home on the highway.
With the potential of being totally customised to swimsuit completely different wants and budgets, the homes are hand-crafted, and will be fitted to fabricated trailers with electrical brakes. While the houses supply mobility and freedom, they come full with needed comforts corresponding to painted cupboards, butcher block counter tops, chrome steel sinks, propane cookers, dry baths and double pane home windows.
Floor plans and designs will be customised in keeping with the desires of shoppers, and widespread designs embody The Boxcar, a comfy rectangular design with a single porch and miniature home windows, The Ridgewood, a bigger design with port gap home windows and huge skylights, and The Denali, a home-away-from-home with a pitched roof and a comfy deck inbuilt.
“I have been in high end custom home building since 1995 and have done custom home design since 2002. When I learned about tiny homes, I really liked the concept and it was the perfect blend for my interests in quality construction and beautiful design. I enjoy designing custom creations and then putting it all together with the beautiful finished product,” Timbercraft Tiny Homes proprietor founder Doug Schroeder informed Lonely Planet Travel News.
The homes begin at $48,000 (€39,100) for an eight x 20-foot design, with the worth rising in keeping with measurement, design alternative and supplies used, and the homes will be delivered throughout the United States of America.
“People love the houses and the interest has been off the charts. I am booked out almost a year right now just on custom builds alone. My customers usually fit into three categories: young people who want to live simply and have freedom, empty nesters who are tired of taking care of a big home, and people who want them as second homes or rentals,” Doug Schroeder stated.
More data on Timbercraft Tiny Homes is on the market on the official web site.