The Tiny House That Doesn’t Look So Tiny

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Meet This Black & Natural Cedar Beauty, Ébène

The Ébène was built by Minimaliste Houses from Quebec, Canada. At 36 x 10 feet, it is larger than the standard towing width in the country, hence it is a very spacious tiny house. The living room features full-sized appliances and even sectional sofa.. and how many tiny homes can fit a sectional inside?

Ébène is powered by an electrical hookup and is not running on solar. It is designed to withstand extreme climates… and we are talking about the harsh Canadian winters. It is fitted with a hydronic underfloor heating, as well as heat exchangers and an electric fire.

The impressive minimalist home also features two lofts, and this definitely maximizes the usable vertical space.

A small nook hosts an electric fireplace and space for a TV, while a dining table is nearby. According to Minimaliste, the table can accommodate 6 people without feeling too crowded.
The kitchen includes a fridge/freezer, a second freezer, stainless steel sink, induction stove, and a microwave/oven. A sliding barn door provides access to a bathroom with a full-sized bath and shower, sink, and composting toilet. A separate washing machine and dryer are installed nearby, as well as a closet for the heating and water systems.

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