Sensible Structures

by Matt Drouncheck

Providing all the comforts of home packaged in 100 sqft can be a problem for most but not for Sensible Structures. Founded in 2011 and formalized in 2012 Sensible Structures is a joint venture by eco-minded individuals seeking to provide affordable environmentally friendly housing that appeal to a wide range of consumers: Sportsman & Recreation, Commercial, Emergency, and Green Living Enthusiast.

Homes are factory built and are fully customizable for residential or commercial applications to your specification.

Easy to assemble or can purchased pre-assembled and delivered.

Sensible Structures is proud to offer the complete package of off-grid turn key housing which has been hand crafted in north east Pennsylvania.

We welcome you to contact us for more information or to set up a tour of our homes. info@sensiblestructures.com.


To view full-sized images above and more, click here. Sensible Structures is also a member of the Tiny House Builders Directory.

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  1. Tiny Houses Hankerings

    Dec 18, 2012

    That’s the second or third new company that I’ve heard of just this week that has started to sell tiny houses. I’m so happy to see this. They still need to figure out that loft/ladder thing though for us older folks who want to live in tiny houses but not have to limb up a ladder.

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    • Stacie

      Dec 18, 2012

      I have a solution to that. I am waiting on a company to implement it and I am hopeful they will release a model shortly…….. :) Stand By, this is going to make for some awesome changes!

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      • alice

        Dec 23, 2012

        I think a murphy bed would work as that is the problem with the tiny houses for us older folks. I want to put on in my back yard for my son and other guests who come to stay for months at a time,
        I do like the set up of this one. I still would like to figure out a way to add a washer/dryer set in the house and I think if you put it somewhere near the bathroom and made a loft for storage only it would be OK. The elimination of a window where the built in couch area is could be the area for the murphy bed set up. Just a thought

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    • Holly

      Dec 28, 2012

      Even though i’m capable of using ladder there is no way that i’ll survive in a week because i’m accident prone lol. I also don’t like the idea of using ladder to go to my room.I want to have easy access to get into my room….

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  2. Bobbi Kennedy

    Dec 18, 2012

    The pictures are beautiful!! All the wood used makes the tiny house very comfortable looking.Would you please post a floorplan as well? Thanks!

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    • Gene Landrum

      Dec 19, 2012

      There has to be someone who has innovated the Attic Pull down ladder, by making a ‘drop down lift, made for any size of ‘limited mobility’ customers of ‘Tiny Home’ or any small space, like an attic with family treasures that only the elderly would enjoy if they could access! If no one has address this concern, they are welcome to my idea for mere 10% all millions,made net! Thank you, PS you can contact me via Tiny Houses site, and I’m sure they want to take a small percentage for allowing me to use their web site, to make you and yours a fortune, and me rich. Attention Angel Investor’s get your seed money ready, someone, somewhere will make you rich, also! That all! P.S. I’m in the market for Tiny Houses that can do double duty as rooms to rent in my newly created (not yet, have site, no money, will accept any money offers) that want to help me help Tiny House Builders, including Tiny House Builder who wants a Beautiful Display site, must allow rent-able, for sale, etc.I’m in business and own property at 66304 Hwy 101 North Bend, Oregon 97459. All inquires welcome!

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  3. T.J. Dupree

    Dec 20, 2012

    want more input selling my 200 year old 1/2 building A.K.A. micro building and will be looking to buy into this lifestyle soon please help

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  4. T.J. Dupree

    Dec 20, 2012

    dito

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  5. Holly

    Dec 28, 2012

    I hope that they charge under 6k…

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