Bye bye bulky RVs! Tiny in size but big in personality, these luxury pre-fab homes on-wheels are perfect for your next cross-country road trip. Read more about Oregon-based builder Heirloom’s luxury tiny homes here.
Although technically classified as travel trailers, Heirloom’s houses make the perfect home for the adventurous couple always on the road. Using top quality materials for framing, Heirloom claims each house will outlive anyone who buys it.
The base model features either real wood or bamboo flooring, painted or stained cabinets, and multiple windows. The space also comes equipped with voice activated door locks, hands-free lighting, automated thermostats and Bluetooth surround sound, all of which can be controlled from an iPhone or Android device. Auto-leveling jack, tank level indicators and propane level readings can all be monitored via the home automation system too.
The kitchen features granite countertops, a deep sink, and stainless steel appliances, like a pint-sized refrigerator and a gas range that features four burners and an oven. The space also squeezes in a washer and dryer, an amenity many tiny houses skip out on.
The fully equipped bathroom comes with either a black water tank or a compostable toilet that reduces waste to 10 percent by evaporating 90 percent of it. Three wooden shelves are perfect for storing the essentials
Accessible by ladder, the loft bedroom is surrounded by windows and a skylight that heighten the low-ceilings. However, it’s definitely not for the claustrophobic!
Every crook and cranny is utilized. Extra storage is created in the pitch of the roof and is accessible by ladder.
Heirloom homes come equipped with both 110v and 12v systems, which means you can be plugged into an external power source (like a friend’s home), or run completely off battery, wind or solar power. Parking is also a breeze, too. Like a normal trailer, Heirloom homes only need a flat area – like a concrete pad or some level dirt – as foundation.