Ready to get away from the craziness of Silicon Valley, a family of four reached out to Gottschalk Construction and Tiny House Nation to build a tiny house so they could break free from digital distractions. The house is now in Amador County, on property that overlooks an orchard.
The tiny 344-square-foot sanctuary features a large bathroom that turns into a sauna, giving the mom a spa-like retreat where she can relax. An outdoor dining table folds up against the side of the house and a bench is stored under the trailer frame.
The master bedroom loft includes a skylight so the couple can stargaze, while the kids’ loft includes a safety rail, storage for their toys, and two beds.
In the kitchen you’ll find butcher block counters, an electric freestanding range, a stainless steel refrigerator, and a large single bowl sink with commercial faucet.
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