With tons of designs, modern upgrades, and size configurations, the tiny house industry is blooming more colorfully than the fall leaves. These compact dwellings usually range between 100 and 500 square feet, but in some states in the USA, any home under 1,000 square feet can be considered a tiny home. A case in point is the Dogwood Modular Tiny House by Georgia-based builder Mustard Seed Tiny Homes.
The Dogwood tiny house sits on the bigger side of the tiny house movement, with an interior measuring 750 square feet. This modular house is a perfect model for permanent residence or a vacation rental; unfortunately, you cannot take a house this size out on the road.
The 52-foot-long micro-dwelling comes with two bedrooms, a full kitchen, a big loft, a residential-style bathroom, and a light-filled living room. It has big glass French doors that welcome you inside the cooking space. The L-shaped kitchen is designed for preparing lavish meals for the entire family.
It has large countertops, an electric range, a full-size refrigerator, a dishwasher, an over-range microwave, custom overhead and under-counter cabinets, open shelves, stainless steel sink. There is a kitchen island that can double as a dining table.
Past the kitchen is the main bedroom of the Dogwood. It has a double closet, a double-drawer dresser doubling as a desk, and space for a king-size bed. A bright and airy living room is next to the kitchen. It has plenty of space for a couch, a coffee table, and an entertainment center.
The bathroom is past the living room, adjacent to another ground-floor bedroom. It has a bathtub-shower combo, a toilet, a vanity sink, and a washer-dryer unit in a closet. The bedroom next to the bathroom has a double closet, a double-drawer dresser with a desk, and space for a queen-size bed.
Outside, a storage-integrated staircase leads to a giant loft area. The loft can be used as a bedroom and play area for kids, guests, or storage. It can also be used as an entertainment zone.
The Dogwood Modular Tiny House has numerous windows to keep it light-filled and fresh, comes equipped with modern appliances, and offers tons of customization options. The price for this tiny-ish house starts at $200,000, but if you have the money to spare and the desire to adopt the downsized lifestyle for the entire family, the Dogwood is the perfect choice for you.
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