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192 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

This is a 192 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels for sale sent in by Lauren Hess Barone in Jonesboro, Arkansas.

It’s a brand new tiny home built on a trailer. The structure is 8’x24′ and 13.5′ tall. Inside you’ll find a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, living area, storage loft, and dark brown laminate flooring throughout.

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Updated: Sold!

192 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels For Sale


Images © Lauren Hess-Barone













Images © Lauren Hess-Barone

Upon entering this tiny home, you will see a nifty kitchen space, complete with a small counter area, sink, mini fridge/freezer, stainless toaster convection oven, and microwave. There are also two small storage shelves and several outlets in the kitchen nook. The breaker box is also located in this room.

Next to the kitchen is a small shower stall complete with a sliding door, sink, toilet and shower curtain for privacy.

In the 8×8 room to your left, you could use as a small sitting area, eating area, entertaining area, or bedroom.

In the 8×8 room to your right, you will find a combination washer/dryer with a handy rack above for hanging your clothes. A window a/c, heater unit is also located in this room. It could fit a twin bed.

To your immediate left of the door when you walk inside, you will find a ladder which leads up to a great storage loft above, complete with double wooden cabinets and a window view. The water heater is also located in that area.

The electrical is 30amp similar to a standard RV hookup. The plumbing can be hooked up to septic and city sewer.

This home was built in 2015 by a professional who was featured on HGTV Tiny House Hunters.

The price of this tiny home already includes appliances and trailer. This home does not come with furniture or land.. Buyer is responsible for the pickup and transportation of this tiny home. This tiny home is currently licensed as an RV. Serious inquiries only please.

Asking price is $20,500 $17,900 USD. SOLD.

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  • Deadrock October 5, 2015, 4:27 pm

    Based on lots of other similar THs I’ve seen for sale, this is a pretty reasonable price!

  • Liz October 5, 2015, 5:03 pm

    Is that the sink for washing your face and hands in the shower? We have a tiny sink like that in our RV and I hate it. More water on the countertop than anywhere else. That little stove is so cute.

    • Sharee October 5, 2015, 5:45 pm

      I was thinking of getting sink/shower unit. Thanks for info about too much water on countertop.

  • Sandi B October 5, 2015, 5:36 pm

    The construction appears to be well done.

    I have to say that having a s__t, shower and shave bathroom is far from ideal. There appears to be no separate drain for the sink, which has no counter area that I can see so when you brush your teeth, wash your hands etc., etc., etc., that water is going to be splashing down and you are going to have constant cleaning to do — however I might have missed something.

    I think it would have been better to have had the raised ceiling all the way across the top and double lofts instead of what they did. Then one could decide if they wanted a downstairs bedroom, or use that space for something else.

    I also agree, the kitchen is way too small for full time living and the unit would be too big/heavy to be towing for weekend get aways.

    I do not like the water heater being up in the loft — I have never had a water heater that did not eventually give up the ghost and all the water in it. If that is hot water, I certainly would not want to be below it. Since the electical box for the trailer is in the kitchen is the water heater sitting above it? But, still, that is a recipe for disaster.

    The price as was mentioned in another comment is the most reasonable I have seen for a trailer this size and I suppose one could fit a mattress in that loft area and use that lower room for closet/office/storage. I do not know what one would do with that bathroom but cringe every time they used it. I can see that setup in my camper van, but not in a trailer, there is no need for that. I am sure it would make some single younger person or older minimalist person a great home as long as you do not like to cook or eat or constantly have to clean a shower bathroom. But again, the price is great

  • Lauren October 5, 2015, 6:38 pm

    Hi all, thanks for the input. This tiny house actually started out as a completed 8×8. My husband and I decided to purchase it and add-on two additional 8×8 units on each side, thus explaining the bathroom situation.

  • Glema October 5, 2015, 6:41 pm

    I think this would be a great little student’s dorm Tiny House. Just big enough for what you need but not big enough to fill with distractions. I
    didn’t see a heater though? It’s not my cup of tea but at least it’s on wheels! God bless you and thanks for sharing your THOW. Thank you for the article Alex. Happy trails! I’ll tell my brother about it, he lives in Paragould. He has grand daughters coming up on dorm life shortly.

    • Marcy October 5, 2015, 8:28 pm

      Glema, that’s so true. Or maybe for someone who is starting a business or who works long hours. The layout is quite different from any others I’ve seen, but can really see how a person starting out, could really like this.

  • Lauren Barone October 5, 2015, 7:22 pm

    Nancy from Facebook- Thanks
    Mary-Lynn Facebook- I don’t know of anyone who would tow to CT. A local plumber could definitely give you a quote regarding plumbing hookups.
    Sandra Facebook- Jonesboro, Arkansas
    Thanks Deadrock, that is encouraging.
    Liz/Sharee/Sandee- My husband and I decided to purchase this tiny house when it was originally an 8×8 format. We had the builder add on two additional 8×8 rooms on either side.
    Glema-Thank you for your kind words.

  • Kathleen-Florida October 5, 2015, 7:40 pm

    OK. If you access the center loft through that hole at the top of the ladder — the hole that she is looking down through in the second picture — then HOW do you get the mattress up there????

  • Elliott October 6, 2015, 7:38 am

    Bad design, too cut up and that bathroom really bites. Also the narrator going over things that are obvious.

  • Carol Perry October 6, 2015, 10:11 am

    Hi Lauren,
    Thank you for sharing your TH, I love the rooms being separated. I just wish they could be just a little bit larger. Your loft area is huge and that would be a great place for storage. You could fit a lot of things up there, but the problem for me is I would need to have stairs to climb instead of a ladder. The thing is I could never balance myself and carry things up on a ladder. I love the fact everything is brand new!! I love the color of your floors. Where your kitchen nook is I would have like to have seen it larger, I’m big into kitchen cabinets and counters. I love to bake I have a convection oven similar to yours and I bake in it all the time. But now that I’m thinking you could always use the room where you have your washer/dryer combination. But all and all I love your place!!

    I wish you and your husband Goood Luck in selling your TH which I’m sure you won’t have any problems!! Again thank you for letting me tour it!! It was an awesome adventure!! Carol Perry

  • Carol Perry October 6, 2015, 1:08 pm

    Hi Deadrock,
    I didn’t know how to get in touch with you and I know you must read
    the posts. I just wanted to thank you for the nice email that you left me. That was so thoughtful and considerate of you.

    I hope you have an awesome day!!

    Carol Perry

    • Lauren Barome October 6, 2015, 6:13 pm

      Carol, thank you so much for your kind and encouraging words!

  • Andrusela October 7, 2015, 1:02 am

    I love the tiny kitchen! I cannot for the life of me figure out why so many tiny houses use up more than half the space of the lower level with the damn kitchen! I don’t use my regular full size stove in my full size house as it is. All I really need is a microwave and space for a cooler. Am I all alone here?

  • Candide33 October 7, 2015, 6:00 pm

    That would be great to leave at the lake!
    Since you spend most of the time outside anyway and you could put bunk beds in both rooms and a pallet and pillows upstairs too so a bunch of friends could go together.

    You don’t need a lot of stuff at the lake or the beach and if you have property, this is perfect

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