Downsizing can be difficult, especially when you think of some of the luxuries you are giving up to live in a smaller space. It may be elbowroom that you feel you are losing, but there may be more specific items as well, such as a garage or perhaps an entertainment room.
You are about to find out, however, that you don’t have to give up everything in order to live in a smaller home. Thanks to Olive Nest Tiny Homes, you can see it for yourself. They created a tiny mobile home known as the Elsa and get this, it includes a porch and a greenhouse!
The home itself is rather small, weighing in at only 323 ft.². When you are inside of it, however, it still feels bright and not overly cramped. It has a lot to do with the white walls and light-colored wood that is used throughout the home. It may be small, but the illusion creates a look that is twice as large as the square footage.
Inside the home, you will find a galley style kitchen with a full-size gas stove and refrigerator. There is also shelving above the large sink so you can store some extra items. Additional storage is available under the stairs, helping you to live a clutter-free life. A movable bar and four bar stools are also included by Olive Nest to make it even more convenient.
You will often find these items in any tiny home but the Elsa really shines when you see the greenhouse. It is an 85 ft.² addition where you can grow your fruits and vegetables year-round. It makes the structure sustainable and helps to lower your carbon footprint at the same time. All you really need to do is harvest the fruits of your labor and then enjoy them on your own porch swing.
The Elsa is available for sale for $81,000 on the Tiny Homes Listings page.
Olive Nest Tiny Homes has taken things to the next level with the Elsa, a truly unique tiny mobile home.
It may only have 323 ft.² on the inside but it offers a twist that makes tiny home living well worth it.
It includes a greenhouse – and it is detachable!
You will appreciate the bright, airy interior and the porch swing, just waiting for you to have a seat.
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