The family lives happily in a beautiful house of 160 square feet, designed to maximize efficiency.

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« An adventure in simple living. »

This is the motto of the Hall family’s blog, ‘Tiny Hall House,’ and they truly live by these words.The family of three lives in just 160 square feet.

In Massachusetts, the Hall family opted for a drastic downsizing.

Mom, dad, and their eighteen-year-old son have chosen the small house lifestyle and moved into just 160 square feet, smaller than many bedrooms.The house itself embodies simplicity, and it seems the Halls have perfected life in the tiny house.

How does this family of three do it? Let’s take a tour. Oh, and did we mention they also have a dog?

The Hall family’s tiny house may be small, but it’s full of details.

A simple yet beautiful landscape transforms this tiny house into a family home. The added detail of the curtain at the front door adds an elegant touch.

Even the door handles of this small and beautiful house are well thought out.

Their main living space, the « great space » in most tiny houses, is perfect for three people and their dog. Built-in storage minimizes clutter, and high ceilings make the space feel spacious and open. They’ve added a ceiling fan to keep the place cool and improve air circulation.

This view is seen from their loft, which will be examined more closely below.

Another view of the living area shows all the natural light coming in through the windows.

As an additional space saver, the TV stand also serves as a desk and workspace.Returning to their small but functional kitchen, you can see the bunk bed above it.

The mattress is held in place by brass foot rails, which they found at a local pub.

The narrow stairs to the loft also serve as a pantry for the Halls.The loft is 8 feet wide, offering plenty of space to stretch out and sleep comfortably for a good night’s rest.

Their bathroom might be small, but it has everything you need.

They’ve hung hooks on the wall for towels.Additional storage spaces surround the mirror above the toilet. Every single corner of this small space has been planned out.

Another view from the outside shows how small the house is. And it’s mobile!

The Halls are often asked about their unique living situation. Here are some answers to the most common questions they receive.

Q. Where does everyone sleep?

A. Their son sleeps on the couch in the living room, which is as big as a single bed, only longer. The couple sleeps upstairs in the loft.

Q. What are the dimensions of the house?

A. The house is 8 feet by 20 feet and is 13.5 feet tall.

Q. How long did it take to build?

A. The Halls started building in May 2014 and finished in November 2014.

Q. How much did it cost?

A. Costs ranged between $25,000 and $30,000.

The Hall family demonstrates that tiny living doesn’t have to exclude luxury.

In just 160 square feet, they enjoy their adventure in simple living.

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