Adam Leu has the height of an NBA small forward, 6′ 7″, and wasn’t satisfied with just a standard tiny house. So he modified a couple plans by tiny-house enthusiast Michael Janzen and created the Tall Man’s Tiny House. It’s 21-feet long, 13′ 3″ tall (total, not the interior), and includes three roomy segments of seven feet. This place includes one bedroom, one bathroom, a loft, and an open living and kitchen room, as pictured.
The tiny house was built on an old camper’s trailer with 2×10 construction above the wheels and 2×4 construction in the front and back. It has nine, double-paned windows from Crestline for natural light and an exterior finished with cedar rainscreen, ply-and-batten, pine, and steel.
The interior is finished with maple plywood in the ceiling and five-inch pine flooring that’s been stained and sealed with Danish oil. In addition, the tiny house has a Bosch electric water heater, sawdust compost toilet, IKEA furnishings, and camper-style water and power, but there’s no dedicated units for cooling or heating.
Leu has the 130-square-foot home listed for $27,000, in Canal Winchester, Ohio. To see more photos and detail of the construction of this tiny house, visit Tall Man’s Tiny House.
Credits: Leu/Tall Man’s Tiny House.
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