Open Trail Homes

Blue Sky - Open Trail Homes

Open Trail Homes, a new tiny house company has been launched in North Salt Lake, Utah. They currently offer four models from 128 to 320 square feet.

All of the homes are built on wheels and the largest measures 12′ x 24′ – which would make it better suited for a semi-permanent installation since special move permits are typically required to move 12-foot wide trailers. All the others could be moved with a full size pickup truck. They are all equipped as RVs with electric & water hookups as well as built-in fresh & waste water tanks.

Three of their four models are designed with beds on the lower level and three have additional sleeping/storage space in lofts. LOW-E double pane windows and 12V LED lighting appear to be standard on all models.

I’m very impressed with the packages they’ve put together and suspect this company could become a leader in the tiny homes market. They also mention a larger parent company, but don’t mention a name. I wonder if a large RV or home builder is testing the tiny house market waters with these homes. They appear to be highly refined and well sorted-out.

To get a look yourself visit the Open Trail Homes website and Follow them on Facebook.

Photo credit to Open Trail Homes.

Top: Blue Sky model, 165 square feet. Below: Blue Sky interior.

Blue Sky Interior - Open Trail Homes

Below: Blue Sky Floor Plan

Blue Sky Floor Plan - Open Trail Homes

Below: Bunk House, 128 square foot model

Bunk House - Open Trail Homes

Below: Bunk House interior

Bunk House Interior - Open Trail Homes

Below: Bunk House floor plan

Bunk House Floor Plan - Open Trail Homes

Below: Fieldhouse Floor Plan, 255 square foot model

Fieldhouse Floor Plan - Open Trail Homes

Below: Unita Floor Plan, 320 square foot model

Uinta Floor Plan - Open Trail Homes

5 thoughts on “Open Trail Homes

    • M Blake Powers says:

      Barbara – our tiny homes have the option of a compact oven. These built models do not have them in – but it can be done! The oven is very similar to what you might see in a modern RV.

      -Blake @ Open Trail Homes

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