Seriously, Stop Calling These Things ‘Tiny’ Homes
At 37-feet long, the Denali is far from small
There are certain areas we’ve been told size doesn’t matter, but tiny houses isn’t one of ‘em.
That’s why we take umbrage that Alabama-based Timbercraft Tiny Homes has chosen to characterize its latest build, the 37-foot-long Denali, as a tiny home. Because anyone with a set of eyes, measuring tape or vague understanding of English should be able to tell: tiny it ain’t.
Which isn’t to say that the 13.5-foot-tall towable home isn’t an impressive build (it is), but let’s just call it what it is, a home with a 352-square-foot floor plan that just happens to be on wheels.
Not a tiny home (11 images)
Built on a triple-axle trailer with standard features like three-inch foam insulation, high quality double-pane windows and a full bathroom and kitchen, the Denali can be customized with add-ons like solar panels, a washer/dryer unit and double storage/sleeping lofts with stairs.
All in, it’s a beautiful home and one we’d be glad to own. Just please. Don’t call it tiny.
To see how much it’d cost to buy a medium-size mobile home of your own, contact Timbercraft.
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