The thought of a tiny house offering 460 square feet of space might seem a bit odd, but Colorado-based company Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes has taken note of the fact that there's no hard and fast rule on what constitutes a tiny home, with this revolutionary attitude plain to see in the Pemberley home.
Measuring 37 feet long, the Pemberley uses a trailer design, with one of the key features being a six-point automatic leveling setup that allows for the tiny home to be quickly and easily placed on level ground. As far as the interior is concerned, the Pemberley offers typical features such as a composting toilet and a well-equipped kitchen, but features a variety of bonuses including a utility room and a pair of movable vertical louvers to boost privacy between the bedrooms.
Easy to cart around from place to place and a pleasure to stay in, the Pemberley tiny home proves that tiny living does not have to come at the cost of comfort or convenience.
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