We often ask why hasn't the tiny house caught on, and clearly, we have been looking in the wrong places at the wrong tiny houses. In Georgia you can rent this beautiful classic antebellum style tiny home for a tailgate party. It's got everything going for it:
Five, count'em five big screen TVs, including that all important one in the bathroom because you can't miss a second of the game. iPod docking stations throughout, a granite kitchen with warming drawer and microwave, hardwood floors and of course, air conditioning. There is a pass through from the kitchen to the outdoor dining area and barbecue. There is even a rocking chair on the porch for grandma.
It's a serious hit; according to Sports Business Daily,
Take a tour through Gameday Traditions’ miniature tailgate mansion. Tim Watson, partner in GameDay Traditions and a home builder in Hilton Head, S.C., developed what he calls the ultimate tailgate suite. ... The tailgate mansion, available at a cost of $5,000 a game, sold out one month after it was put on the market.
The portable building has hardwood floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, a private bathroom, a touch-screen entertainment system tied to five televisions, exterior lighting, high-end outdoor furniture and a beverage refrigerator mounted outside the unit. In southeast Georgia, where early-season temperatures can reach 95 degrees with 100 percent humidity, the best amenity of all could be the mansion’s air-conditioning system.
Given some of the lonely places people put tiny houses, perhaps five big screen monitors is a useful feature. Unfortunately there is no sleeping loft, of Gameday Traditions would have the problem of the loneliness of the tiny house owner solved- this baby can accommodate 24 people and comes with a concierge. And, they can build a community of them!
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