Tiny Home With Rooftop Deck

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A major perk of living in a tiny home is the flexibility of being able to pack up and move to another beautiful setting on a whim. But it also means you probably won’t have a balcony or deck to take in said beauty from up above, where the sun feels warmer, the breeze feels cooler, and the stars look closer — until now. Tiny Heirloom’s sleek design features all the minimalism you’re craving with a genius rooftop deck.

This outdoor space (which we imagine to be perfect for al fresco happy hours) isn’t the only design feature worth boasting about. Inside, there’s a robust kitchen with a full sink, stovetop, and oven. Clean white cabinets paired with wooden countertops make the space feel breezy and light. But what’s key are all of the windows that surround the space and allow natural light to brighten up the space — preventing it from feeling like a claustrophobic closet.

On the “second” level, there are two spaces. One is a cozy bedroom with a skylight made for star-gazing, while the other is set aside for storage (but you can use yours as a second sleeping space if you prefer). Another luxury you’ll be glad you have? The washing machine that’s tucked underneath the stairs. Hey, after a day of exploring the outdoors, you’ll be more than glad you have it.

Take a look:

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Tiny Heirloom’s custom packages start at $79,000, but since each design is customizable the sky is the limit. It takes between 90 to 120 days to deliver the completed home anywhere in the 48 states within the continental U.S. free of charge. We’ll toast to that.

[via Tiny House Swoon

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