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“Babbalucci” Tiny House

A tiny house with a sizeable living space. Built with a cute split staircase that separates two different lofts. The bathroom is compact, with all the essentials available. There is a pull-out pantry built above the washing machine as well as a fold-up bench-top extension for extra prep space. Each loft is set up as a mirror image of the other with multiple drawers for storage. The house has durable vinyl flooring that gives off realistic visuals, whist being very durable, easy to clean and maintain. This tiny house may look compact on the outside, but is spacious and liveable on the inside.

September 2022

Completion Date

8m long x 2.4m wide x 4.3m high


Stage 3 build (turn-key, completed build)


On-grid 16 amp caravan connection


2 lofts

Sleeping Spaces


Matt, Hayden, Kelvin, Tom, Jay, Ray Jon and Bridgett. Special thanks to our subbies, Graham & Jason P.

Build Team

Gina Stevens


Steel frame, Colour Steel cladding, Poplar core ply with a Birch veneer lining, Pine clear trims, and Birch Plywood Stairs.


The first 3 days living in Babbalucci were quite different, then it soon got the feeling of home, now after a month it's great, I love it. When I first had the idea and went to see Gina and the 6 houses in various stages of being built at tiny build, I felt confident they would do a good job. I wasn't disappointed. I sat down with Gina and worked out were I envisaged the stairs, the lounge and cabinetry, a double bi-fold door for summer entertaining. The type of loo, I chose a composting, and it works well, no odours and the tank only needs swapping every 6 months. The craftsmanship and craftswomanship on the finished cabinets is absolutely 1st class, all made on site. I did look at some lesser quality homes, by other builders, but personally I would always find fault in them if I had bought one. To sum it up I'd say go for it, you won't regret it. By the way I'm not being paid for this, but I'm sure I could score a free beer at Friday night drinks. Once again thank you - Bob De Falco
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