Murdo Girl…More to think about

You all haven’t been much help in deciding which model tiny home you like best. That’s okay…we have a little time, but once we get the lot, I think it will be downhill from there.

Kip and I met with the real estate agent who was recommended by the tiny home salesman. He is a super nice guy, energetic, and fun. He gathered information, gave us suggestions, showed us satellite views of lots that are for sale, but not listed. They’re called pocket listings. This guy would make a great detective. It won’t be easy to find what we need, but if anyone can do it, he can. Kip and I are going in the morning to look at some possibilities he gave us. I really believe the McNinch TH1 will happen in my lifetime.

Now…what do you need from me to facilitate a final favorite tiny home? Would you like more model choices or more pictures of different styles of the floor plans you have seen. We can alter some things as long as it doesn’t affect the square footage.

Oh fudge…Here are two more models to look at.

The Berry

See the stairway in the floor plan? It would not be there because we are not going to have a loft. Without the stairway, we could make the bedroom larger.

You can’t see the walls clearly in these photos, but the walls are rustic side boards painted white. There would be an electric fireplace on the wall with the television above. The kitchen is across from the couch.

The shower door is not a sliding door. It pulls open. There is a door to the bathroom from the bedroom and another into the hall.

The Mountainview

The Mountainview is wider and shorter than any of the others, giving it a square design, There is no loft. The space between the bedroom and bathroom is a closet,

The kitchen…you can see the open barn door to the bedroom. The living room is separated from the kitchen by a long bar,

Kitchen from another angle…and the bedroom.

The bathroom – you can see on the floor plan, there is no door from the bedroom to the bathroom. That wouldn’t bother me. Two doors can be a hassle.

If you want me to, I can show more pictures of the three faves we all chose from previous photographs. Tell me in your comments and I will add them tomorrow as well as the lots we will see in the morning.

The Bishop 2

2 floor plan

The Meadowview

Meadowview__floor plan

The Trinica

Trinca - floor plan

Remember where the floor plan shows stairs to a loft, there will be added floor space to the living room or bedroom because we aren’t going to have a loft. There is a space for a washer and dryer in all of the floor plans. The ceilings will be vaulted throughout.

We will be busy little bee’s tomorrow. We will be cleaning and staging the sun room tomorrow too. I’ll show pictures of the “small home” soon, while it’s still clean,

10 thoughts on “Murdo Girl…More to think about

  1. scoper07 January 19, 2018 / 9:50 pm

    If I were choosing a really small house, then space would be my priority. I would have a loft. Just in case I needed more storage. To me, high ceiling space would be wasted space. I imagine you plan on being outside all the time. Just my thoughts…


  2. scoper07 January 19, 2018 / 7:54 pm

    Do they have a Beasterhop model? I would like to see that layout. As far as my vote for choosing a house, I’ve learned to say “yes dear whatever you want.” So MG, I vote for the one you choose. Just as long as Kip gets a 2,000 square foot garage.

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    • Mary Francis McNinch January 19, 2018 / 9:35 pm

      Tiny house…Tiny garage…Big RV garage…”Yes dear” (That was me 07.)


  3. A. Jones January 19, 2018 / 7:32 am

    I like the small home.


    • Mary Francis McNinch January 19, 2018 / 10:08 am

      Do you mean the Meadowview with the tall bar and bedroom off the living room? It’s the only one that has a square floor plan.


  4. PJ Calkins January 18, 2018 / 11:03 pm

    I like Meadowview mainly because the bathroom is more private……

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    • Mary Francis McNinch January 19, 2018 / 1:57 pm

      I hadn’t really considered it until I saw it again today. I like the privacy of the bathroom too.


  5. lifelessons January 18, 2018 / 11:00 pm

    Mary, I don’t like the Mountain View. It is too dark and makes the house seem smaller. Do you have photos of the Bishop, Meadowview and Trinica? I didn’t know the ones you showed in earlier posts were ones you were considering. I thought you were just visiting other people’s homes… If I’d known you wanted our opinions, I would certainly have given them. Ha! I like the floor plan of the Trinica. Doesn’t seem as boxy. In the Bishop, I don’t like the location of the bathroom. It opens into the kitchen? Ew. I think I’d definitely want it to open onto the bedroom. True, guests would have to enter your bedroom to use the bathroom, but seems like you’d want the privacy of not having to leave your bedroom to to to the bath.Nice that the Meadowview gives access to the bathroom from both your room and the hall..The bedroom in the Berry looks claustrophobic. Is that the one that will be bigger when they take the stairs to the loft out? Hard to tell sizes of bedrooms because the measurements include the closets but they don’t tell us how deep the closets are. Definitely determine what size bed you want and measure it off to see how much room there is on either side..


    • Mary Francis McNinch January 19, 2018 / 2:00 pm

      Hi Judy, I’m going to post mire pictures of the other 3 as well as some of the lots we’re looking at tonight sometime. We need help deciding. I’m getting some good practical tips.


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