Tiny houses on wheels are exercises in minimalism—by necessity. This one that’s parked in Olympia has some nice features, but leaves the rest to you. The price for purchasing what appears to be a shell of a nice house is $26,000.
At 98 square feet, this tiny house on wheels breaks below the 100 square foot line.
The compact kitchen comes with the basics of a two-burner cooktop, a small fridge, and a bar sink. Bakers may need to install an oven somewhere else because the wall space is occupied by corner windows and the kitchen sits beside the door. Extending to the other side would be difficult unless you move the innovative loft access that climbs the wall.
Loft bedrooms have become the conventional choice. Usually they are reached by a ladder, but this loft is reached by a series of rungs set into the wall. At least that means less bulk taking up floor space. Adding an extra rung or two, or maybe a hand hold could aid the transition from climbing the wall to sliding into bed, and back again.
Back downstairs is one of the key discriminators in tiny houses on wheels, the toilet. Some resort to outdoor solutions. This one at least as a conventional flush toilet as well as a shower.
Evidently, the seller has lived in the house since September so the photos may not show the current condition. They seem to come from a video taken when the house was leaving the builder. Check it out for details about the siding and storage that make this tiny house on wheels a bit more distinctive.