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Vince Sorgentoni and Sam Adams had the house built mainly to pursue living with less of a carbon footprint, which they achieve in part with rooftop solar panels and a compost toilet. Their innovative design includes a sunken living area, full kitchen, sleek bathroom, and two sleeping lofts. Hidden storage, like a dog crate under a set of stairs, can be found throughout the Z Huis, which rests on an RV platform. The couple wanted the home to reflect their love of the outdoors and rock climbing, and the rock wall allowed them to put a funky, personal spin on the tiny home.

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Sorgentoni and Adams resided in the home in New Jersey for close to a year. Because the Z Huis is on wheels, it was actually registered as a vehicle with the DMV. The home is 13 feet and five inches tall, just an inch shorter than New Jersey’s mobile home height limit of 13 feet and six inches.

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While the couple ultimately had to sell the Z Huis because they couldn’t find a place to park it near their work and school in Philadelphia, they still speak highly of their home. Sorgentoni told the Courier-Post, “It was so personal and customized…It was a luxury home. It was just 200 square feet.”

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According to Tiny House Town, Z Huis models are available from Wishbone Tiny Homes for between $65,000 and $75,000. The company can have them ready in as fast as seven days.

Via Tiny House Town and the Courier-Post

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