There are almost always some concessions in tiny houses on wheels, but this $37,000, 160-square-foot tiny house on wheels manages to fit in features that don’t even show up in some conventional homes.
From the outside, it looks like a typical, nicely built tiny house on wheels. A few things make it less common: A shed roof bumps up the ceiling height while still shedding rain.
Instead of a single door at the end, a double door on the side creates a wider opening and makes it easier to add a deck along the length rather than the width of the house.
Inside, an open layout contains a living room, kitchen, access to the main loft, and a long view to the bathroom at the back. A welded staircase is a luxury compared to the ladders some tinies use.
Storage space under the stairs holds things like the fridge, pantry, and maybe a small appliance or two. A three-burner range fits nicely and uses propane that can also be used for hot water. A mini-split heats the home while adding yet another bonus: air conditioning.
Upstairs, find the main loft with four-foot ceilings. Storage, lighting, and windows make the area useful and comfortable. Evidently, there’s a second loft, probably in the other overhang. Check to see if that one needs a ladder.
Downstairs, find a bathroom with luxuries like a tiled shower and a flush toilet. Top it off with a laundry and find a home that’s better-equipped than some apartments.