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180 Sq. Ft. Yosemite Tiny House on Wheels

This is Valley View Tiny House Company‘s Yosemite tiny house model. This brightly-colored tiny house on wheels is a custom-built home for one of their clients.

The home offers a total of 180 sq. ft. including the sleeping loft. The ground floor is 140 sq. ft. and there’s an additional 40 sq. ft. of loft (sleeping) space.

This model starts at $37,500. When you go inside you’ll notice the large living area with lots of natural light thanks to the abundance of windows. And there’s even a cozy little reading nook with a bay window!

The L-shape kitchen gives you a lot of counter space plus a bar. Head on over to the bathroom and you’ll notice a nice sized shower and toilet. If you go on up the ladder and into the sleeping loft you’ll find even more windows and a storage spaces for your personal items.

Please enjoy and re-share below. And if you want, let us know what you think of this tiny house on wheels in the comments below. Would you live tiny in this THOW?

180 Sq. Ft. Yosemite Tiny House on Wheels

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Images © Valley View Tiny House Company

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VIDEO: The Yosemite Tiny House

Learn more: http://valleyviewtinyhouses.com/yosemite-tiny-house/

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  • Dean July 3, 2015, 11:26 am

    Nice house!
    I like how they used the reclaimed floorboards. Gives the house a lot of character.
    I’m a bit skeptical of the metal ceiling though. I just hope the roof is insulated in some way, because once the dew point drops, the whole inside of the house could become drenched.
    Otherwise, a very nice looking home.

    • Mike July 4, 2015, 1:05 pm

      I’m sure it is insulated. The panels on the inside are different from what is pictured outside. The three or four white beams seen inside are about 4′ apart, that wouldn’t be the actual roof trusses.

      I like the place, it’s got a unique loft and a full sized couch!

    • Dean July 4, 2015, 6:00 pm

      Hey, you’re right! I missed that the first time around.
      Thanks for pointing that out.

  • Cahow July 3, 2015, 12:07 pm

    The longer that I stay at Alex’s site, the MORE impressed I am with what he features! 😀

    This is just a charmer! Yes, it has a loft and I can’t do lofts at all, but I’ll lift my personal restrictions and give this wee abode Two Thumbs Up! I’m bonkers for the outside colour choice and the mixed wood media inside is splendid; definitely something to engage your brain when you’re just relaxing. And all those windows???? My little claustrophobic anxiety is gone.gone.gone.

    Thank, Alex. This was a very nice blog posting. Happy 4th of July, everyone!!!

  • HUNTER July 4, 2015, 8:20 am

    I’m with cahow on this one, but you seriously need multi shelves over the toilet or small cabinets for towels etc. thinking storage and less waste would add nooks and crannies just for that. love the over all design and the external colors are just wonderful and refreshing.
    good job, great look.

  • Brenda July 4, 2015, 9:59 am

    I just love the different colors of wood paneling, adds an element of artistry.

  • Bruce July 4, 2015, 10:29 am

    I love the artistic flair, but it seems to lack a lot of practical storage, could have used an additional storage loft.

  • Jim July 4, 2015, 11:30 am

    I like this for it’s possibilities. I have thought of making two units on wheels or not facing each other with covered deck between them. The roof could be lowered and the loft bedroom replaced with a bed/bathroom unit on one side and a kitchen/living room unit on the other. Other expansions could be done later. This would be like the old “dog trot” of the early settlers.

  • William Charlebois July 4, 2015, 1:40 pm

    Love the colors of this one! Wonderful design.

  • Virginia July 4, 2015, 2:14 pm

    This has a lot of desirable features, especially room for a sofa, the window seat, and a standing refrigerator. Not too crazy about the loft. It looks as though it would be impossible for someone to sit up in bed or even to prop up.

  • Andrea Hardy July 4, 2015, 3:35 pm

    Nice home! I could live there

  • Lisa E. July 4, 2015, 3:53 pm

    There is a lot to like with this build:
    (1) I like the colors because they are happy and festive (also, burglars would not be inclined to make off with your house, either; too easy to spot and track.)
    (2) Love the open floor plan; plenty of headroom (for my bear; 6’2″) .
    (3) Love you can get a (Lazy-Boy guest sleeper) sofa in there.
    (4) Love the window seat; WAY kewl!
    (5) Love, love, love the electric fireplace in front of the sofa; cozy 😉
    (6) Nice bathroom; love the shower.
    (7) I think I might forgo the back window in the loft and turn the mattress sideways and shove it into the right-hand corner. This would give me a back rest, a light above me to read, and the ability to look out the window and watch it rain or snow.

    I’m giving this little beauty two thumbs up; good job! 😀

  • Dennis Warren July 4, 2015, 4:32 pm

    Love this one! I’ve always been a fan of shed roofs, and while I prefer my kitchen to run along two opposing sides, I could certainly live with an L-shaped kitchen that’s as sweet as this one. I also don’t see the need for a sink in the bathroom when the kitchen sink is only a few feet away, so kudos to Valley View for leaving this space open. My only change would be the ceiling, at least in the sleeping loft; not too keen on having a rusty metal ceiling a few feet from my head when I’m sleeping. The craftsmanship looks superb, and if this is the “starting” model at $37,500.00 (although I doubt it is), I might have just found my tiny home builder! Nicely done, Valley View.

  • Sarah July 4, 2015, 4:43 pm

    I truly LOVE this place! The outside colors are fun, the wood by the reading nook is incredible, what is that anyway? Love that there is a Murphy bed downstairs. Like the kitchen setup with the breakfast bar. All in all, I would give this model 11 stars out of 10!!

  • Kat July 4, 2015, 6:40 pm

    This one is perfect!❤️ love the furniture placement and how it makes it look bigger. And the sleeping loft is nice.

  • Brandi July 4, 2015, 8:18 pm

    I agree with the person that said to turn the mattress……that would also allow to put a closet and or storage on the short wall. I do love how this one feels open.

  • Patty July 5, 2015, 1:58 am

    I like the different features of this one. I like the exterior colors which totally change inside to a soothing white, wood and light. Interior colors are perfect. I like the L-shaped kitchen, the window seat and all the windows. Lovely! Unable to do the loft, but I do like it a lot. This is a nice one!

  • Christa July 5, 2015, 4:31 pm

    Nice! But, no storage!

  • Laura July 5, 2015, 5:54 pm

    it’s nice but I would want a murphy bed or something on the 1st floor w a couple slide outs. those are steep steps.

  • raghu July 26, 2015, 11:51 am

    Oh! God! This is very beautiful. I liked it very much. I am very disappointed that in India this kind of houses are not available in which a happy family can live without any trouble safely. Can you advise me where can I buy such a nice house in our country?

  • Denise July 30, 2015, 7:42 am

    This house is lovely – I really like the use of pallet piece odds and ends as the accentuation for the walls and kitchen counter base. I am very curious how they put down the top metal roof and fastened it to the rustic metal ceiling inside and if there was insulation between them. Also, I didn’t see a sink that one could wash their hands after using the toilet, or is one expected to use the shower for this? That is the only awkward thing about the house.

  • Dominick Bundy August 30, 2015, 5:16 pm

    I like it, Very well put together and thought out. what’s more to say?

  • Deadrock September 2, 2015, 2:52 pm

    Very sweet. Only issue is one that too many tiny houses have – a couch that does nothing but face the front door, 3 feet away. I’m learning that tiny house living is for people who spend 95% of their time not actually IN the tiny house – it’s just a place to store your (very) few possessions and a shelter at night from the elements. Cushioned surfaces are only for sitting on briefly, apparently.

    That said, this is one of the more charming examples!

  • Rich September 2, 2015, 9:08 pm

    Nice design/layout with one weighty concern (pun intended):
    how does it tow with the majority of its weight on the starboard side. I think someone else mentioned this when it was first posted.

  • Larry Schoenemann December 14, 2015, 8:21 pm

    Neat home. My only concern is if the ceiling is also the outside roof, you will have sweating or water dripping in cold climates.

  • Kathy February 25, 2016, 4:23 pm

    Very cute!

  • Louise June 6, 2016, 4:25 pm

    Love it!

  • Belinda May 6, 2017, 4:37 pm

    I love this one from the colors on the outside to the setup in side I am going to buy a tiny house and I want one just like this one but I would want it to be more off grid with solar panels a water tank but it is perfect for me love it

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