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18ft Log Cabin Style Tiny House on Wheels

This is an 18ft log cabin style tiny house on wheels that’s for sale on eBay.

It’s a 200 sq. ft. tiny home built on a Tumbleweed Trailer and located in Quarryville, Pennsylvania.


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200 Sq. Ft. Log Cabin Style Tiny House on Wheels Listed For Sale on eBay for $22,500

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Photos © timber3976/eBay

Highlights

  • 18ft
  • Log cabin style
  • $22,500
  • Quarryville, Pennsylvania
  • Built on Tumbleweed Trailer
  • Weighs 9000 lbs
  • Sunmar Dry Composting Toilet

Learn more on eBay.

Resources

  1. https://www.ebay.com/itm/18ft-Tiny-House-Hand-Crafted-Solid-Oak-Interior-200-sq-ft/152797019406
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  • Annette February 14, 2018, 6:28 am

    Aesthetically the log-look is too heavy/out of proportion for such a small structure.
    Practically I love a layout with kitchen and bath at opposite ends of the structure and a side door for max utility.
    Thanks for sharing.

  • Tom Osterdock February 14, 2018, 11:14 am

    Nice but I would want a different outside look. Log cabin is nice but a Tiny cannot pull it off correctly. Sorry.

    • James D. February 14, 2018, 10:03 pm

      Hmm, that’s a funny thing to say… Log cabins were originally tiny… The early pioneers didn’t have the resource to build them big. Some were even so basic that the inside was literally just a dirt floor.

      They were the original starter homes as people gathered materials and resources to build a more permanent house later.

      People like Abraham Lincoln even grew up in a cabin that was only about 288 Sq Ft…

      So I think it has more to do with how fake/faux this exterior looks rather than what size it is… No chinking, weathering, etc. So looks more like a plastic log cabin than a real one.

  • Tom Osterdock February 14, 2018, 10:54 pm

    I’m sorry James, I thought you knew the difference. This is not a log cabin it is a tiny home trailer with a log cabin semi look and it can not pull that look off like a real log cabin.

    • James D. February 15, 2018, 6:15 pm

      No, it makes no difference what it is… The exterior can be made to look like just about anything if it’s done right. Surround it with a deck on top of doing it right and then you couldn’t tell the difference by looking at it…

      This was just not done right but understandable considering it’s only $22,500…

      Besides, some people have put real log cabins on wheels… THOWs are not limited to just imitating…

      • Tom Osterdock February 15, 2018, 7:12 pm

        I guess that is true but this one is for sale as is. I do not buy things so that I can change them. I would order a new one that way but this still is not a log cabin so it can not pull the look off.

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