With 270 degree views and modern twists on classic designs, the Saltbox offers a sophisticated yet cozy space to call home. Inspired by the classic “lean-to” design, this tiny home floor plan was designed with simplicity in mind to maximize space and style. Featuring elegant architectural touches and high-end finishes like quality appliances from Summit Appliance® and Ply Gem® aluminum clad wood windows, the Saltbox is the perfect home for those looking to live simply and luxuriously. If you’re interested in purchasing the Saltbox, learn about the purchase process.
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452 sq. ft.
Large energy efficient Ply Gem® French Doors
Innovative Summit Appliance® combo washer & dryer
Tile tub surround in bathroom
Stainless steel Summit Appliance® range & 30” refrigerator
3 walls of windows in living space make for 270 degree views
Generous ceiling height of 9’ 5” in the bedroom
Kitchen, living and dining space ceiling slopes
from 9’ 6” to 11’ 0”
Can accommodate Dining room table for up to 6
Covered porches with large overhangs
Optional 1,000 gallon above ground cistern to harvest rainwater for non-potable uses
Premium standing seam metal roof
Stylish vertical shiplap wood siding
Horizontal board and batten exterior lower body/water table
Beautiful tongue and groove 7” oak hardwood floor and ceiling
Modern quartz countertops
Energy efficient Ply Gem® aluminum clad windows and doors
Efficient space saving tankless water heater
Ductless mini split system
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Heralding from the New England regions circa 1600’s- the saltbox has a wonderful heritage that extends back to the beginning of our country. There is a wonderful story about the Queen’s taxation of homes by how many stories they had- so the ingenious colonists kept one story in the back; thus avoiding the higher taxes... Ours does the same via a story and a half front and keeps a low profile in the rear. I have long been fascinated by this "lean-to" structural form- being one of the simplest ways to create space and protect from the elements. Built with exposed heavy timbers they are sturdy and simple cabin like structures- our version employs some creative latitude with a modern twist of an old classic.
- Jeff Dungan