And it’s sustainably built. Reclaimed materials are everywhere in the 340 square foot tiny house. Barn wood ceilings, reclaimed windows and fixtures and a bathroom barn door. If that’s not enough sustainability for you, the Greenmoxie tiny house is completely off-the-grid.
It features solar panels, low-voltage LED lighting, and a roof water recovery system. Best to avoid drought prone areas if you want that authentic, one-with-nature feel.
When it’s not impressing on the sustainability front, the Greenmoxie does have the standout features you’d expect from a $65,000 tiny home. Baltic birch shelving and matching bench. The frameless glass railing in the sleeping loft and an electric drawbridge style deck.
Hey, who hasn’t dreamed of having a drawbridge. Now it’s on wheels. Here’s a quick rundown on some of the specs:
Dual-pitched roof for improved airflow in the loft
Custom Full size stand up shower with rainfall shower head and pan
Stainless steel kitchen sink with pot filling faucet
Custom Moveable dining table with Garelick Gas Rise Pedestal
Garelick flush mounted socket x 3 (dining, coffee, outdoor configurations)
Custom Baltic Birch shelving with plenty of storage space
4-speaker integrated sound system w/ Alpine amp and remote control panel
Custom Built Baltic Birch Bench w/ Sunbrella custom covered cushions
Custom Made stacking wood & metal stools
Electric Draw Bridge Deck
Metal entry door with combination lock
Reclaimed 100-year-old brass portal window and exterior light fixture
Custom Reclaimed barn wood sliding bathroom door
Is 340 sq ft. small? Hell yes, but you have to admit, you want one. Though the Greenmoxie is decidedly for one person. Two if you really love them. Like you have to be the annoying couple everyone rolls their eyes at. Then it’s for two.
I’d take it as a mobile office. The folks at Greenmoxie say this isn’t their last build and are just getting started. At $65,000, it’s not the cheapest, nor is it the most expensive. It hits that happy middle and stays grounded. The tiny homes with full-length bathtubs are taking it a bit too far.