Wanted to show you this recently sold $19,000 Tiny Cabin on a Trailer for sale.
Just 128-square-feet in size with RV-style faux wood interior.
Kitchenette has a plug in two-burner stove, microwave, and small refrigerator.
It’s located in Tennessee and does include the all-so-common upstairs sleeping loft to use as a bedroom.
It’s difficult to tell what was used for siding on the exterior from the photos but overall not bad for the price.
I’d prefer to invest a little more money when building for better materials inside like tongue & groove pine, but that’s just me.
The idea of a lakeside tiny house on wheels seems really nice.
This one has vaulted style ceilings with a fan that’ll easily circulate the air in here.
Above you can also notice the extra room above the entrance that can be used for decorations or storage. It also looks like there are two little closets on each side of the door.
Looks like faux wood was used for the interior walls much like those found in motorhomes and travel trailers.
You can get a peak at the upstairs sleeping loft below.
What are your thoughts on using quality materials in tiny houses? Would you go with whatever you can get your hands on that’s reclaimed, whatever is most inexpensive, or would you splurge for the best?
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