Mississippi July 07, 2016
There’s No House In The World Like This Home On The Mississippi Coast
In the past few years, the concept of tiny homes has become increasingly popular. These miniature abodes have been popping up all over the place, including Mississippi’s Gulf Coast.
Last year, the television show “Tiny House Nation” came to Mississippi and featured a 576 sq. ft. home that was constructed for a Waveland family, who lost their home in Katrina.
The tiny home sits 15’ in the air and is nestled in a live oak. The home has a 24’ x 24’ floor plan and features 12’-19’ ceilings.
The energy efficient home uses solar panels for heating, while the live oak provides plenty of shade.
The interior of the home is just as impressive. The rolling doors shown here actually come down and transform into a table and benches.
Thanks to plenty of windows and 19’ ceilings, the bedroom feels completely open.
Even the ceiling fans are impressive.
The spa-like bathroom includes a 6’ walk-in shower, beautiful tiling, and wood accents.
Take in some beautiful views from the patio.
Even when lounging in the living room, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery thanks to several windows.
With butcher block countertops, pergo flooring, a double sink, and mini dishwasher, it’s safe to say nothing was spared in the tiny home’s kitchen.
Spend time relaxing or dine outside in the covered area underneath the home.
There’s also another outdoor lounge area, complete with a propane fireplace.
See this tiny treasure for yourself in the video below.
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