Tricked Out Tiny Home Features Garage Door and Custom Deck
All Photos via New Frontier Tiny Homes
Now this is a tiny house that we’d like to get behind—or, inside, rather. Nashville-based New Frontier Tiny Homes is at it again, this time with its flagship product, the luxurious Alpha Tiny Home, which was recently showcased on HGTV’s "Tiny House, Big Living." It boasts trend-forward details like reclaimed barn wood, subway tiles, hardwood floors, and a stainless steel farmhouse sink.
And there’s even more to get excited about. Set upon a 24-inch, custom double-axel trailer, the 240-square-foot residence is chock-full of amenities, featuring charred shou sugi ban cedar and western red cedar siding on its exterior, a mechanical seam metal roof, a tempered glass garage door that opens to reveal a custom fold down deck and awning, sliding glass door, and a dining table that can accommodate up to eight people.
The Alpha is comfortable, too: The step-up kitchen (under which the dining table is stored) is tricked out in the latest appliances and custom cabinetry, while the full bathroom includes a Jacuzzi tub and a combination washer-and-dryer unit. The loft bedroom is set atop the bathroom and is accessed by an oak library ladder. All this can be yours for a cool $95,000. Have a look below.