250 Sq. Ft. Tardis Tiny Tower House in Australia

250 Sq. Ft. Tardis Tiny Tower House in Australia

This "250 Sq. Ft. Tardis Tiny Tower House in Australia" is one of a kind, in a unique design that must be seen! This tiny house with vertical proportions has a ladder that accesses the upper living floor via a hatch which lifts up, in a very amazing design.

This tiny tower house in Australia, is designed and renovated by local architects, craftsmen and builders. Inside this tiny house you will find a ply stairway that is also the sloping, sliding door to the tiny bathroom that has a shower, toilet and hand basin. In the tiny house studio, the double bed slides away under the utilities bench which houses a bar fridge, sink, electric jug, cupboards and shelves. A craftsmans unique clothes rail is there for your clothes and a number of power points are in the room. The octagonal rooms large windows can have the light shading cellular blinds (insulating) set to allow as much light as you like.

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