The newest portable house of the French company Baluchon is only 6 meters long, but it still has a bedroom, a bathroom and a kitchen, and it can be used as a permanent residence for two people.
This house is called Tiny House Nottingham and can be moved by car thanks to the installation of several wheels under it. Most parts are made of light-colored cedar wood, which contributes to the natural light inside.
The insulation house in question uses a combination of linen, cotton and hemp, and is powered by a caravan-like (RV) -like electrical system. The interior layout is minimal and simple, and the attic has a skylight that allows the user to watch the stars before going to sleep.
Upon entering the house, the user finds himself in a living room with a bed, a large window, a library and a drawer on one side. There is a small table and a wood-burning stove for making tea or coffee, as well as an electric heater.
On the other side is the kitchen, which, like most French-made houses, has the least amount of kitchen utensils. In this section, there is a simple two-burner gas stove, a sink, a refrigerator, a washing machine and a dryer, and a few small cabinets. The toilet and bathroom are also located in the same area.
One of the interesting features of this house is its attic, which is accessible through a narrow staircase that acts as a closet. The headroom in this room is limited, but it has a large skylight that, according to the manufacturer, is built to watch the stars before going to sleep.
The price of Tiny House Nottingham has not been disclosed, but similar products from Baluchon are priced at around $ 72,000.