Stephen’s Guest House

Update below

Stephen Marshall from the Little House on the Trailer has been really busy this year with orders for spare rooms, guest houses and sound studios among other things. He has also been involved in setting up his tiny structures with solar for off grid use.

Stephen just posted some pictures of a guest house he completed recently and I thought it came out beautifully and I figured you would enjoy seeing it too. Nice work Stephen, thanks for sharing.

I just got off the phone with Stephen and the size of the Guest House is 12 x 24, and the completed price as shown is $60,000. Not including furniture, etc. The little red stove is electrical bought by the owner, most likely at Lowes or Home Depot, he was not sure. Stephen says there is a huge amount of interest in this one, so if you are considering it get in touch with him. His contact information is on his website. Click Here. Be sure and mention you heard about it from the Tiny House Blog.

Guest House Exterior

Guest House Great Room

Guest House Sitting Area

Guest House Kitchen

Guest House Eating Nook

Guest House Entry and Loft

Guest House Bathroom

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Thomas - September 17, 2010 Reply

This may be my new favorite!

Christina Nellemann - September 17, 2010 Reply

This is a beautiful little place. Is that a gas/propane or electric fireplace?

chris - September 17, 2010 Reply

Love.. it Please tell me how I can get one. I have the land and need to get started on something. cheers

Andy - September 17, 2010 Reply

What is the size of this house and could you find out the cost? I really like what he did with this little house. I could live there for sure. Thanks for the wonderful blog and updates.

My tiny home will be done a year from now.


    Kent Griswold - September 17, 2010 Reply

    Hi Andy, I just updated the post with the information, it is 12×24 and completed cost of $60,000. Use the contact info on the Little House on the Trailer website to contact Stephen if you are interested in learning more.

Anoa - September 17, 2010 Reply

How absolutely fabulous. Luv it. Want one. Wonder what the total cost was.

    Kent Griswold - September 17, 2010 Reply

    Hi Anoa, I just talked to Stephan and the completed price was $60,000, it is a larger tiny house at 12×24 but very livable.

Mel - September 17, 2010 Reply

Oh wow, that is GORGEOUS!

gmh - September 17, 2010 Reply

I noticed the Incinolet box under the bathroom sink- does anyone know anything about those toilets? Do they function well? How much electricity do they use? Are they easy to maintain?

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Bob H. - September 18, 2010 Reply

Very nice place, would make a great cabin or cottage. However @ $208 per sq/ft, price is to high.

ginmar - September 18, 2010 Reply

I’d go with windows on the front shelf space, and a built in nook of some sort for breakfast and eating in the kitchen—I’m addicted to built in nooks—-but otherwise, it’s just gorgeous. I especially like the little entryway there. YOu could even extend the one shelf into another loft. So many possibilities!

di - November 10, 2010 Reply

Beautiful! Charming!

*Rather than rely on lighting, place windows / skylights over a bed, couch, kitchen table, kitchen sink or bathroom.
*Try an arched window in the loft and kitchen.

*Rather than closets, try pull-out baskets under a couch or slightly elevated bed.
*Rather than a couch and bed, try a daybed.

*Condense kitchen space by using one set of pans / dishes and a weeks worth of dry goods.
*A portable stovetop can be stored when not in use.
*A large cutting board over the kitchen sink creates greater counter space.

*In the bathroom, try a 12″-depth, corner sink without a vanity.
*Rather than a vanity, try a towel shelf over the toilet.
*Try a full-length mirror on the back of the bathroom door.

pasha - November 19, 2012 Reply

This is huge for a tiny house- absolutely beautiful…I could live here forver and be happy as a clam..I love the clean look, the contrast between walls and floors, the layout..props to you.

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