Nun’s home

The Nun’s Home is our mid-sized home with everything needed for 2 people and their furry friends to live very well including all the comforts and conveniences of a larger home. With large windows and french style doors this unit, like all of our models, allows for much natural light and with correct positioning, passive solar heating. The model home is 12 feet wide by 20 feet long with an exceptionally spacious feeling and ceiling heights that ranges from 9’6” to 7’ 6” and is still easy to move with a simple permit on its quality trailer foundation.

This home includes a space for your regular queen sized mattress, a large spacious living room area, an area for your desk or just a space to study, meditate or do yoga. At the other end is a complete kitchen with a large refrigerator, 4 burner gas stove and oven, and plenty of cupboard and counter space. The bathroom includes a tub/shower, sink, and composting toilet. This model include a washer/dryer unit within a nice closet space. As with all of our models there is no built in furniture but simply room for you to have your favorite chair, table, desk or any furnishings you choose to make it your home.

Cooling is easily controlled with cross ventilation and a ceiling fan. Heating is from a beautiful small propane wall mounted heater, conductive heat panels for the wall, and passive solar. The lighting is all LED which lends itself well to a solar/off grid application. The propane on-demand water heater will provided plenty of hot water. We have included a fresh water tank and a holding system for grey water. Whether or not you are using solar panel system you can still be off grid and have all the conveniences of any modern home.

The Nun’s Home was designed for year round living in almost any climate for 1 or 2 people. This home is completely customizable from roof to flooring to plumbing and appliances. Please contact us at Om Ah Homes for any information and check this website often for updates on our latest build.

 

 

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