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Sue and Michelle were fans of tiny homes before they dove into it themselves. After returning to the states from Panama, they manifested a tiny home near the beach and, before too long, moved to Tiny Tranquility on the coast in Oregon. Their gorgeous tiny house is cedar with a soft blue accent, subtle window frames, and plans for a large deck. The interior is bright, with several large windows, a floating staircase, and a fun yellow cabinet that was customized by the builder.
The kitchen is clean, with minimal lines and spacious countertops. They chose a two-burner stove, a toaster oven, a microwave, and a fridge. This house has several unique designs, and the bathroom layout is one of them! It can walk straight through or be closed off for maximum privacy. The main downstairs bedroom has a Murphy bed and a queen-sized bed in the loft. In addition to this fabulous tiny home, they went all out and installed heated floors!
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@wildsage Anos atrás
I got to spend the morning with Michele and Sue filming this video. It was lovely to get to know them and to see their beautiful tiny home. I’ve filmed many tiny homes but theirs was unique in how modern and spacious it felt.
@michelemerhib9297 11 meses atrás
Sage, we so enjoyed our time with you. Thank you for making the filming fun!
@SH-qb9vg 11 meses atrás
@@michelemerhib9297 I agree with Michele. It was such a pleasure meeting you! Great job with the end result.
@Izatin97 Anos atrás
I love how they're still deciding and not rushing into all the things they "have" to have in a tiny. They both seem like a lovely couple who will continue to enjoy their space for many years to come. 🙏🏽👍🏽😊
@2sweetcaroline Anos atrás
Love the murphy bed! What a great idea for functionality!
@heidicarter429 Anos atrás
This is probably the best designed Tiny House I've seen! Well done! Love the mudroom ( Also drives me crazy seeing clutter and coats/shoes/ hats are necessary. ) Separate toilet room. Brilliant! And well designed kitchen. ( I may look into that counter top!) Thanks for sharing your lovely home with us!
@mmariemarkel7482 11 meses atrás
@heidicarter429 I have to agree with you. What I forgot to mention in my previous post was that it is so well designed and has so many features that are must-haves that I'm pinning it to the top of my ideas folder. Way to go.👍👍
@jennycaneen1098 Anos atrás
Thank you for the detailed kitchen tour. I’m always curious how those of us who like to cook can manage in a tiny , and as always it does seem IKEA has the best solutions! Congratulations to you both for finding your home and its dream location.
@GailColeman Anos atrás
I now realize I need a two burner stove! I have a four, three of which work, and I burn stuff. My mouth dropped open when she showed that!
@laratosh2309 Anos atrás
pocket doors are the only type of door I like😊 ...thank you so much for sharing your home with us❤'ve created a warm, welcoming space!
@tanagrigg7366 Anos atrás
This was such a great tour. I am traveling in my 25’ motorhome now with the plan to have a tiny home at Tiny Tranquility when the time comes. In addition to not wanting to make a bed on my knees I don’t want to have to think about going up and down the stairs when I am 85, at night to use the bathroom. This Tiny house is going into the saved folder for sure. Maybe one day these amazing women will be my neighbors!! 😊😊
@michelemerhib9297 11 meses atrás
We look forward to meeting you.
@Suusannnn 11 meses atrás
@@michelemerhib9297 I would love to know who your builder was. (Especially if female!)
@michelemerhib9297 11 meses atrás
@@Suusannnn Her name is Traci Glidden. Her company is Big Bliss Tiny Homes. She is out of Puyallup, WA
@Suusannnn 11 meses atrás
@@michelemerhib9297 thank you so much!!
@carltongirl95 Anos atrás
Such a lovely tiny home I agree a downstairs bedroom is a must especially when we're getting older...while I love your stairs they would be unusable for me...congratulations on your move to Tiny Tranquillity I've heard it's lovely there...enjoy life you two and yes covid was a time we all looked at how we could live our lives better...thankyou for sharing 💜
@ramseykelvin168 Anos atrás
Hello Terri how are you doing today
@Van-zp8hh 11 meses atrás
$650-$700/month! For one, never rent land, for two ~ that price, Mobile home spots in Portland are half that!. Let me translate. Live in a overpriced Tiny Home costing you way more per square ft that a mansion, and live in a overpriced trailer park, in a desolate part of the coast with no jobs.
@mmariemarkel7482 11 meses atrás
@@Van-zp8hh Some of what you say might be true, I haven't done the research to know. But the "no jobs" part obviously isn't true since one works in an office that pays their bills, since it didn't sound like the home based business was a full time gig. Just saying.
@candeegallagher560 10 meses atrás
@@Van-zp8hh where do you live in Portland? I can tell you from my (I was born in Oregon and I've lived in Portland for the past 60 years) experience the price you're quoting may be from10-15yrs ago but certainly not today. Also, perhaps you should think about researching your information PRIOR to posting. It'll make you seem less ill informed. There's no need to be caustic either!
Beautiful tour of your lovely, warm home. The staircase is a wonderful sculptural work of art. I love the color choices. It's bright and cheerful. Thanks for the tour! 💗
@ramseykelvin168 Anos atrás
Hello Suzanne how are you doing today
@kayfabe591 Anos atrás
Sold! Thanks for this tour, Sue, Michelle, and Jenna. Such an excellent floorplan, with a wealth of great functionality. So much to love here...the warm toned wood ceilings, the Murphy bed, the separated bathroom areas, and plenty more! A large covered deck will be a valuable addition to the ample list of custom features. A storage bench, or floral/herb planter box concealing those wheels would be sweet. And, I see the safety tread strips on the stairs @12:42 👍. My athletic days are long decades ago. So, I'd probably have some sort of handrail. Maybe a thick cotton rope, anchored vertically from ceiling to floor at the inner curve of the stairs (sorta, firehouse pole style--for grasping--not sliding, of course).
@wildsage Anos atrás
Wrong channel! Jenna is Tiny Home Giant Journey. Similar channels!
@kayfabe591 Anos atrás
Oops! The 2 channels are similar and superb. Both have given inspiration and instruction for my plan to live more simply during retirement in a TH.
@vickiivins3288 Anos atrás
Well done ladies. You’re living my dream! ❤
@tammycruz8189 Anos atrás
Absolutely gorgeous I love this build it's absolutely beautiful
@ramseykelvin168 Anos atrás
Hello Tammy how are you doing today
@albertine2169 11 meses atrás
What a lovely couple and I do like that they are deciding what to do as they go along. What beautiful neighbours they would make.
@raysun2be Anos atrás
Lovely couple, beautiful spacious tiny home. It's great they were able to find their dream location and home that met their wish list. I liked their art works, my favorite was the stunning watercolor, it looked like a photograph.
@deniswood755 Anos atrás
brilliant little home, well thought out. your smiles from the heart made this tour endearing kudos.
@michelemerhib9297 11 meses atrás
@Sherka55 Anos atrás
Very nice space. The 2 of you seem like very mellow people, as pleasure to watch💖
@lisasweller6711 Anos atrás
I just love your home. Definitely a covered deck. Also on the deck you could sorta of close it in for the cooler months and still be able to entertain friends. A propane heater and or fire pit on it for warmth and roast marshmallows etc. Love how the bathroom is laid out to. Heated floors I personally feel is a must for the first floor in any new home. Most of the time you won't have to turn in the main heat when you have heated floors to, very efficient heating that is radiated through out the home, especially the bathroom. Who wants to step in a cold floor after a shower. No one that I know of. Unless it 90 degrees out with a heat index of 105 or more. Is really the only time. Also doing dishes and cooking, heated floors help with lower back pain in my opinion . Good luck enjoy stay safe and healthy. Again love the home, oh as for window up top just put them on the other side. They would be nice to add extra daylight and air flow. Less on the power used with fans. Just a though since gas prices have went up and every penny in counted and apparently chickens went on strike for some reason as eggs are now $4.50 a dozen, which is crazy. 4 years ago they used to be any where from a dollar to 2 dollars, at the store. Milk 5 dollar in many places. 711 here in mphamburg New Jersey the guy want 7.00 per gallon of milk. Can you say price gouging?
@ramseykelvin168 Anos atrás
@marytye8952 Anos atrás
Thank you for sharing your home. It’s lovely and bright. Very clean lines and not cluttered The stairs without some sort of railing would make me nervous. Enjoy your new home 😊
@TheMrmurphy101 11 meses atrás
Thank you so much for inviting us into your home and allowing our art to be part of your awesome space. Thumbs up for the most functional design.
@SH-qb9vg 11 meses atrás
Daryl, our pleasure as your art is truly unique and beautiful!
@TheMrmurphy101 11 meses atrás
That is so sweet of you to say. Thank you very much.
@karencooper6634 Anos atrás
I leave in Florence so Ive been to the Tiny Tranquility Village a few times to look at the different homes there. It's a treat to actually see the people that live there. You've got an awesome home!
@michelemerhib9297 11 meses atrás
Thanks! If you are in the village and see one of us, knock on the door! We would like to meet you.
@Stacey721 Anos atrás
Beautiful home, custom made just for you. Awesome! Love, love, love the location, also. Happy for you!
@SJ-db1lh 11 meses atrás
This is so open and spacious and so much storage! I really love how you have separate areas for the bathroom! Your kitchen storage is fantastic, as is the outside storage! I would have to do a downstairs bedroom also. Thank you for sharing your home with us!
@lapislazarus8899 Anos atrás
I'm all about ground floor bedrooms and having a bench in the shower with the handheld showerhead. I'm a below knee amputee, and newly so in my mid-forties (crush injury, not diabetes-related) and that little staircase of theirs would certainly thwart me!
@Dain75 Anos atrás
I'd love to see a tiny home that was fully accessible and could accommodate different types of physical disabilities; from someone who has trouble with stairs, an inability to crawl on the upper floor, to accommodations for an electric wheelchair. Low cost housing that is accessible is almost impossible to find, and you can't renovate a place unless you own it. Tiny homes are customizable, less expensive than house, and often there are ready made communities to live in. All are advantages for a disabled or aging person. I really hope they design something that can be customized for people with different types of disabilities. Baby boomers are aging, and people are living longer than they did before. People are surviving illness and accidents they hadn't before, because of medical advancements. We need solutions for both growing populations of disabled and aging people; low cost, accessible housing, different ways of using home care/caregivers, and innovations that aren't institutional care homes. This type of community could become one of those solutions.
@lifeisfree868 Anos atrás
This might give you some ideas
@mmariemarkel7482 11 meses atrás
@@Dain75 Amen So mote it be. Truer words couldn't have be spoken. And it's one of the reasons I'm so digging this build. I've literally seen hundreds of thousands of builds, from tiny homes, to tiny homes on wheels, most of which leave out the otherly-abled (hate the word dis-abled. They have "other" abilities even if one doesnt walk or is missing a hand etc). If they can't perform ALL of the tasks of daily living that, IMHO, is the population set that are truly disabled). That being said there is still a case where some truly disabled and "other-abled" wouldn't be forced into nursing/rehab home care, if there were more TH designers that were having good, inclusive designs for this segment of the population, as @dane75 so accurately pointed out. Being very open and accessible is part of the reasons this build went to the TOP of my folder for TH ideas I have to have to live my dream of TH living. Currently I'm working on standing, transfering at the least. But I have every intention to go as far as possible in my rehab and hope to walk again, at least a feet. But even if I can't, I have seen lifts (like hoyerlyfts) that can help transfer the person from the bed to the bath or from the bed to the wheelchair making them that much more independent. This TH build has the openness that a devise like this requires. The thing lacking is it being barrier-free, with wider doors, preferably sliding doors, so you don't lose any of the functionality of a space that is open like this one is. I love the no upper cabinets (although if desired there are some that drop down with hinges). And did I mention the openness? LoL That is one HUGE plus mark for this build, which is only lacking wider sliding doors for those that are wheelchair bound. Oh, and ramp(s) for exterior doors. And in their case, it would be very easy to include when they extend the deck and by making sure it's barrier-free to indoors. @dain75 ...Thanks for pointing out the desperate need for new builds especially, whether TH or more traditional, barrior-free is MORE than ever a need. That is if you want visitors (yourself incl. because you never know future needs). And it also makes it the more saleable because it is inclusive. Rant over LoL.
@Dain75 11 meses atrás
@@mmariemarkel7482 I really appreciate your post; I'm usually the one writing incredibly long rants like this about the need for housing for the disabled and elderly, as well as the assistive technology they will need. I've used hoyer lifts, but ceiling track are so much better. They don't take up any floor space, and you don't have to worry about the legs limiting where you can use it. A lot of care homes and hospitals have switched to ceiling track lifts. Plus, you can have a track in more than one place in the house, and they can be connected or not. Getting through doorways is much easier too. Unfortunately, they aren't covered like a hoyer where I live, but they should be! It would save so many people the trauma of living in a care home if they were able to be taken care of at home. I talk about the problem of the lack enough home care, proper/livable care homes, and the lack of caregivers and nurses for hospitals, care homes, and care at home all the time. Nobody wants to face it. The baby boomers are elderly now, and nobody has prepared for it. People are living longer due to better healthcare, and medical technology, and nobody has prepared for that either. Now the government is caught with its pants down and the solution they are touting in Canada is private, if you can believe it! Private is only for the rich, and they will take away staff from public health care, making it a two tier system, one for the rich and one for everyone else. It's crap, we can't have the rich taking away resources from public healthcare, but here we are. I'm so frustrated and sad, because it is always the most vulnerable, people with the least amount power who suffer the most, but those are the very people that shouldn't have to worry about who will take care of them or where they will live. We live in two of the richest countries in the world (Canada and the USA), and still we can't take care of people who need it. It's disgraceful.
@VirgoIam Mês atrás
Y'all are so awesome! Love your place, your vibe, your obvious love. My husband and I are in the midst of tiny home research for retirement. I hope we land in clover, as you have. Peace!
@jenniferbates7656 Anos atrás
Your pop of yellow is perfect, the bathroom is excellent. The only thing i would add is a good size /large rectangle fixed panel window above the lounge above the picture or even in the loft area above the 🛋. This gives you a view outside towards the sky, so the eye can travel and not just looking at the couch. Also great to have a few pothos plants in the loft super easy to grow and with the light coming thru will be amazing. Love that the sink is not at the kitchen window as the taps block most of the view. I can see you using the Murphy bedroom more eventually and the loft as a reading room. Great that you don’t have to much stuff. The outdoor section if enclosed with cafe blinds becomes a whole casual living area all year round.the patio will take away some of your light inside so even more reason to add windows in the bump out at both ends. Wishing you both many years of joy. 🖼
@mmariemarkel7482 11 meses atrás
@jenniferbates7656 I love your reply and the ideas you posed. Definitely is going to be in the topped-pinned folder of this build. Great ideas. Edit: The blinds on an in closed porch wouldn't have to rob them of light if they used roof product I just saw a day or so ago. It was a clear, ribbed plastic product that doesn't yellow or break like most of the older corrugated roof products did. Will try to find the products name and post it, if not for them, for others who might be interested.
@xburk550 Anos atrás
Love the staircase! Looking for one of those right now. Thank you.
@melindaostergren8115 5 meses atrás
It is beautiful but I’d want a handrail for safety.
@bluenoser1567 2 meses atrás
Great couple living large. Love the way everything has purpose and also love the art choices. The bedroom folk art piece was outstanding ... Cheers
@mammeboss411 11 meses atrás
Both of you ladies are amazing, as you said to , I needed to see this video! Thank you so much I to am hoping to have a tiny home someday. You have a beautiful home Thank you for the amazing video! ❤️🙏😇
@grandma27or8 Mês atrás
Love the Murphy bed and pass through bathroom. Very comfy!
@amyzweber1406 Anos atrás
I love that you built for both comfort and practicality! Oh, and even though I'm from Wisconsin.....GO AVALANCHE! Their last Stanley game was riveting!!
@marshayerby3448 Anos atrás
Beautiful home. Love the bathroom. It's unusual to have such a large bedroom the murphy bed idea.❤
What a beautiful couple you are. I love how in love you are. I can feel it through the screen. Your builder is awesome and gave you a beautiful home. I love that staircase and the pop of yellow in the mudroom.I hope that you live long , healthy and happy lives in your lovely home together.
@BeeKay4444 Anos atrás
Lovely space. Lots of great memories to be made there. Merry Christmas to you both.
@joannehyduckhopkins6898 11 meses atrás
Love Love Love! Such a quiet location and a beautiful spacious feeling your home has! Not to mention being close to the water....all I can say is ahhh...
@mmariemarkel7482 11 meses atrás
I love your tiny home that's open and spacious, but also well thought out as to what your needs were. The open area over the couch is really cool, and the only thing I would do is have a larger plant or two, whether faux or real. They do such a great job with the faux plants now that interpreting them with real plants you really can't tell, faux or real. That's good for me and thousands who don't have a green thumb when it comes to indoor plants. There is only two things I would have done differently and that is a dormer over the loft area and sliding French windows so you don't lose space indoors or out when they're open. Oops make that 3 things. There's no way I could manage on a stairs with no rail. That would be a must for me. But otherwise, I'm digging the whole build and wish you happy years there.
@rev.ruthe.gallot9103 5 meses atrás
What a lovely house! So many great ideas
@gratefulgram Anos atrás
Beautiful job ladies, thank you for sharing. Much love and many blessings
@robcondit8488 11 meses atrás
Look at you two pros on camera! Love the house and so much fun to see you both :) Abrazos
@SH-qb9vg 11 meses atrás
Hey Rob, great to hear from you! Yes, it was fun to film this video and share our home. Hope all is well on your end! ❤
@lolaoh2001 Anos atrás
Love the splash of yellow in the entryway! Great idea!
@ramseykelvin168 Anos atrás
Hello Lola how are you doing today
@susiebe24 11 meses atrás
Thanks for sharing your home, plus your joy and love. Good to see you so happy!
@lisadefries6718 Anos atrás
Lovely home and great design choices. Wonderful location to park 😊
@lisamiller5766 6 meses atrás
i love your tiny home!!! you both came up with some great ideas. I am currently full time RV in a 40 foot 5th wheel that is approx 415 square feet. just curious what the dimensions of your tiny home are and how many square feet it it. wishing you both many years of happiness and good health in your beautiful home... Lisa
@maryeliason1504 Anos atrás
Love your space & the beautiful art work. Love your energy. Happy holidays forever & happy, healthy life.
@mr.a. 11 meses atrás
Oh my gosh I love these ladies. As soon as I saw that wine bottle in the kitchen shelf, I said “we must be related somehow”. Beautiful home!!!
@rianariana446 11 meses atrás
Your tiny house is beautiful Michelle and Sue! ❤️❤️ it's a dream of mine that I hope to realise. Wishing you all the best and many happy memories in your Tiny🤗🤗🤗
@rebeccafritz5546 11 meses atrás
Beautiful tiny home! ❤
@geraldoyo1 Anos atrás
You have a lovely home. I love the color choices and style!
Thanks for sharing your THOW with me/us. Phenomenal build! Fantastic storage 💥
Such a beautiful home ❤️
@CarolG1214 10 meses atrás
Nicely done. That community looks lovely… would move in a heartbeat, but I don’t like cold weather.
@tiffanyh8065 Anos atrás
I love the tiny house and the couple equally. Love their ❤️.
Thinscape countertop. Need! What a game changer in a kitchen. You landed in a dream space. I've seen other videos from Tiny Tranquility. Lovely, convenient, and what works for you! (That is a watercolour? - I can't believe it! Incredible!) I look forward to seeing what you do with the deck. Thank-you for sharing your home with us. Take care.
@krisr8011 10 meses atrás
You have a beautiful home. Well designed. Just lovely.
@Bojan_V 10 meses atrás
I just adore this tiny home!
@pintsizegrfx Anos atrás
Lovely home -- nice use of space with plenty of charm. Well thought out.
@tjrasp 11 meses atrás
I've been watching many THOW vidoes and not many discuss the set up process. My question to you ladies what type of structural support is been used to keep the home leveled and not feel like it's moving under foot when going from front to back of the home. Great job on your design and functionality uses of storage!
@clementinec2978 Anos atrás
What a lovely, functional home. We’re the dimensions mentioned?
@siggyperez33 Anos atrás
La casita está preciosa y ellas se ven felices, se ve que se quieren mucho.
@michelemerhib9297 11 meses atrás
@gbarraco8888 11 meses atrás
I love your home! ❤
@BoriquaBBW 11 meses atrás
I loved the bright yellow cabinet!!!! I would have used more of that color, but your house is very sweet and comfortable. I think haveing the bedroom on the ground floor is the best part. Lofts are cute, but just not logical to me.
@becmoran9119 Anos atrás
A Wife, the perfect addition to every single Tiny home, how nice you get one each ❤️
@ramseykelvin168 Anos atrás
Hello how are you doing today
@mourning3301 11 meses atrás
Cute comment, everyone could benefit from a wifely duty homemaker.
@liciadeb8292 10 meses atrás
What a beautiful home.
@rhondaowens888 Anos atrás
Lovely couple and lovely home. Love everything.
@lindahart3781 10 meses atrás
When You're ready to build Your covered patio be sure to check with Your insurance company. Depending on insurance rules in Your area You may need to design a free standing patio cover. In our area due to high (straight line) winds ours can't be attached to the home. ps, Your home is gorgeous.
@eileenoneill1805 4 meses atrás
Downstairs bedroom and bathroom is a must for me I’d love a office/crafting room In loft with a fold away couch for guests
@marianfrances4959 11 meses atrás
Yes, that community caught my eye, too. Awesome home! 👍😎🇨🇦🌊
Beautiful home and people^^ Your smiles are so authentic, warm and serene! Buen Camino!
@ilovealexo Anos atrás
Lovely couple and spectacular home 👏👏
@lululoveberry4161 Anos atrás
Beautiful family and beautiful home.
@karendeckman1694 11 meses atrás
Beautiful Tiny home!!! My vacation home is Tiny, a brand new rv! Wanted to go tiny too much money!!! Enjoy ladies!!! 😉
@poppydiamante-gy2mv 7 meses atrás
Love love love ur tiny home and u guys a just too cute… happy tiny trails❤
@freeflyingpress8334 8 meses atrás
Beautiful tiny home. I'm curious to know the dimensions - length, width, and height. Thank you for sharing!
@TinyHomeTours 7 meses atrás
We do not have this information, but you can reach out to them on Insta: for more information about their home.
Love their smile and the house
So lovely!!!
@khiawishart5628 Anos atrás
Very gorgeous home, Altho I would definitely be scared of no railing on those beautiful stairs! Just me tho 🙈
@Stacey721 Anos atrás
Not just you! Me, too. Lol.
@michelemerhib9297 11 meses atrás
They are beautiful and SCARY. I generally use my feet and my hands on the steps to get up and down.
@ronsmith2241 11 meses atrás
Well done. I am so pleased for you both. I hope you are very happy there. I am from Brisbane Australia and I am gay. Married to my very accepting wife for 51 years and I cared for her with MS for 26 years. She passed in June 2022. So I live alone now in my large disabled home and plan to stay here near my family. Later this year I want to start to do some travel. All the best. Take care and enjoy your lovely home.
What a lovely home thanks for sharing god bless stay safe 🙏 ❤️
@annebiggins7180 11 meses atrás
Great place! Lovely flow!
@flon57 Anos atrás
💙 it, tons of storage, separate 🚽👍
@rebruc3806 11 meses atrás
Great tiny home. Love that the bedroom is on the ground floor. I would like to know how much is the space rent. Thx&see ya😁
@beckydavidson6322 7 meses atrás
you two are beautiful. I love the spirit you exude.
@ravent3016 9 meses atrás
I love the Avs shrine. ; Lovely home for a lovely pair.
@nicolefreyta 11 meses atrás
I really love your home... I'm hopefully going to be getting a tiny house in 2023, it's my goal... Moving to Texas in 36days... Hello my Colorado peeps, born in raised... Much luv from Colorado ❤️
@bettyswinford5886 Anos atrás
Thank you for sharing.Cute home.
@joel1239871 Anos atrás
Lovely couple and a nice house.
@rdo0409 11 meses atrás
Probably one of the best videos, couples, and Floorplans I've seen. I have to ask who is the builder you used? Thanks ahead of time.
@hazelem1266 Anos atrás
Those stairs are the only thing I don’t like. Looks really unsafe, more especially because there’s no guardrail. However if it’s intended for younger guests perhaps it will be ok. Love your home.
@sevildilekli6782 Anos atrás
Ne guzelliksiniz mutlu iki kardes hersey gonlunuzce olsun .her fazla degil👭💖💖
@mourning3301 11 meses atrás
You're a lovely couple! Enjoy your beautiful location.
@marylloyd4962 2 meses atrás
I was thinking wouldn't it be neat if you had stairs going up to the top and had like a rooftop patio?
@mayfairwells4835 11 meses atrás
I love how you look at each other!
@BlueGreen888 Anos atrás
Lovely couple great house. 👍
@trailrider7046 Anos atrás
I was dying for one of the women to demonstrate how she maneuvers that unusual staircase. I was actually disappointed that it wasn't shown.
@celty1958 Anos atrás
i've seen that in a build before, you step one foot at a time
@wildsage Anos atrás
I filmed this so I saw them navigate the staircase to film the loft portion of this video. Sue navigated it fine as did I. I understand th concern but it easier than it may appear. Plus the loft is just a guest space so it doesn’t need to be accessed very often at all.
@davidward5545 10 meses atrás
What a great tour, what brand and model of toilet did you buy? Your tiny home is beautiful, thank you for sharing...God bless..Vicky
@karenwilson5929 Anos atrás
Lovely home, and couple. And, yes, our Avs got their 3rd Stanley Cup. #GoAvsGo
@SH-qb9vg 11 meses atrás
Yes, we did and it was AWESOME!! Go AVS!
@jackielewis8612 Anos atrás
Perfect location for your gorgeous Casita!
@trudyletson1264 11 meses atrás
thank you very cute tiny house by the way happy new year
Very nice, very livable!
@madelinevegas8123 Anos atrás
Love the home
@ramseykelvin168 Anos atrás
Hello how are you doing today
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