New Phoenix Tiny House


Congratulations to William & Daysi…We hope you love your new home “Phoenix”.

Features of the home...
The 24’ with an awning
2 X 4 Construction
Trailer Hitch on the back for bicycle rack
One 10’ loft with dormers and One 4’ storage loft with 8’ heavy duty track with clothes hanging rack. Closet under the stairs
Blown in Fiberglass Batt Insulation – R-13 in walls, R-13 Ceiling and R-13 Floor
Cedar Lap Siding Exterior
20’ Electric Awning
3’ Tuff Rib Metal Roofing
Jeld Wen series 1500 windows
All interior is Pine Tongue and Groove with clear coat. Hampton Bay Natural Hickory Cabinets. Valencia Laminate countertop – Spicewood springs. Vinyl Floors – Arizona 593 wood
Bathroom Exhaust Fan , 46”x24” RV bath Tub
Glacier Bay Kitchen and Bath Hardware
Fold up table in the kitchen
Pex Plumbing pipe
3” Sewer  Connection
50 AMP RV Power Cord and Connection
Splendide WD. RV Propane Connection with propane cover. Hose Bib water connection
Atwood 10 Gallon dual water heater.

Exterior Photos

Interior Photos

Video Tour

21 Replies to “New Phoenix Tiny House”

  1. If the stove was in the middle you’d have counterspace on both side + assess to the drawer and storage (like cooking utensils) – wonder if designed that way for a reason… Hmm

    1. Hi Chandler, we build custom tiny house RVs – we build customer floor plans and designs. This was our customers design. We can move the stove or other appliances around to where our customers want them

  2. Want to come down in a few weeks with Ian Robertson. We are working on a Men, Women, Homeless Transition Family Tiny Homes project in Spokane. Want to check you possible business. 509-619-9192

  3. Hello Anca, I am in the early stages of planning my switch to “Tiny”, I really like what you guys did on the couples “Pheonix” house. I know it was there design, but imitation is the highest form of flattery, right. Is it possible to recreate it? If so, may I ask what the price on that model runs? Also, what would it cost to add an egress/saftey skylight in both lofts? Per california zoning, it is necessary if I put it on private property. Also can you tell me if Ore/Wa/Id zoning has similar codes?

  4. I love the design of the Phoenix . I’m thinking about getting something along this ideal for a vacation home/retirement home on my land in Tennessee. What are the general cost to build something like this? What kind of truck is needed to pull it? Can plans be bought? You can reach me at my email. Thank you for your time and answers.

    1. Lorna, the Phoenix project came to about $45,000. The base cost is $ 38,000. The total weight came to a little overv9,000 LBS and it is built on 2 – 7,000 lbs axles. We recommend a 3/4 ton truck.
      Please feel free to send us an email at if you have more questions.
      Thank you

    1. Hello Jan, we can do a lot as long as it meets our RV codes. Give us a call and we can chat with you about your tiny house layout and design

    1. Hi Kim,
      Thank you for inquiring with our company. We add slideouts to many of our units. It does add a little more weight. We are also able to add multiple slideouts.

  5. Both myself and husband are disabled I am legally blind we would be willling to putt a lot of sweat equality. Into helping don’t have great credit so we are willing to help as much. We can. Because we really want to own a tiny home please and thank you. If you know of a company that would work with us please call 503-544-3158

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