Ever hear of the tiny-house movement? If not, it’s essentially an architectural and social movement that promotes minimalist living in small homes. Technically speaking, a residential structure under 400-square-feet is normally considered a tiny home, and the Baobab is one of the latest additions to this movement. Measuring 38-feet long, it can be towed just about anywhere, while still offering all the amenities you’d expect from a modern home. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
This wood-clad, triple-axle trailer features sliding glass doors where you enter on both sides that open into a large living area, complete with a television, seating, a propane-powered fireplace, radiant underfloor heating, and plenty of storage space. The kitchen features a dining table, dishwasher, stainless steel sink, propane-powered cooker, a four-burner stove, full-size refrigerator / freezer, pantry, and lots of cabinets.
Step past the living room, and you’ll find a fully-functional bathroom with an incinerator toilet connected to the chimney, a shower, vanity sink, and a large wardrobe that boasts washing machine hookups. Climb up the stairs to access the sleeping loft, which houses a queen-sized bed.