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195 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home on Wheels (For Sale)

This is a 195 sq. ft. (includes loft space) tiny home on wheels for sale. Update: Sold.


It’s built on a trailer with 10,000 lb axle (with brakes).

The house is built using all 2×4 construction, a 3/8 plywood shell, 1 1/2 flooring, full insulation, low E windows, Tyvek housewrap, and all screw construction.

It has a red roof, on demand hot water heater, and black and grey water separation. Inside the cabin on wheels you’ll find a double burner cooktop, A/C installed, refrigerator, wood flooring, fold up table, toe kick storage, under loft pantry storage, and much more.

195 Sq. Ft. ‘Rustic’ Tiny Home on Wheels (for sale)

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Video Tour of this Rustic Tiny House on Wheels

Asking price is $35,000. Contact Dennis B. Baxa at oneineagle at  yahoo dot com  or call 2eight1-2four5-8zero2three.

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  • Susie M November 13, 2014, 10:55 am

    Dennis and Stacy – what a well thought out THOW. Love the pull down and toe kick storage, been wondering how to do that without marring the floor – duh! so simple to use felt. That wagon wheel in the shower – wow! just might have to steal that one myself! I really appreciate that you got down and showed where the plumbing came out – the flashing over the wheels, pointed out the angles on the window sills, the beam for attaching a gutter etc. This has to be one of the most practical A frames I have seen so far. It would be nice if you included length, or maybe I missed that? I’m guessing that you have included the loft in the square footage, which, if you built it with a length of 7 ft, would make the trailer 18 ft? It’s hard to tell just by looking. I really like that back up 12 volt system. While an A frame is not my first choice due to the loft (older with bad knees) you’ve done such a wonderful job with this, that I am tempted. Now if I can only lay my hands on the cash……

  • Beth DeRoos November 13, 2014, 1:10 pm

    Am laughing so hard. $35k or a place that has no stove. Can see the plumbing pipes under the place breaking off driving down the road. And who puts a spice rack next to the front door away from the kitchen? Ceiling storage may work for a tall man, but NOT for a 5ft 2 woman. Yep that was designed by men.

    • Dennis B. Baxa November 13, 2014, 2:20 pm

      I’m glad you got a good laugh Beth. Its good for the soul. I am not sure what you saw, the spice rack is in the kitchen by the bathroom door.The plumbing pipes are only 4 inches from the bottom of trailer and have 10 inches from road while traveling. Lets see what you have to offer.

      • Tommy November 14, 2014, 9:14 am

        I don’t understand the no stove either and it seems like the pulldown storage seems illogical, why not put custom wall cabinets? They would serve better above the counter as much of the house seems void of any real storage area. Also seems like the pitch to roof could be less to allow for some more height inside. The sliding door on the bathroom is a nice touch. I do have to agree with Beth that is was designed by a man, seems there are a few kitchen/storage factors that were missed. The craftsmanship is super, it does seem very well built.

        • Dennis B. Baxa November 14, 2014, 9:28 am

          Thank you Tommy for your input, we did leave allot of the kitchen open so someone can add there own personal touches. Plenty of space to do so.There will be a cook top with the unit as well, can store under cabinets. Thanks for looking have a great day.

    • Jeremy November 14, 2014, 11:55 am

      Haha, I love when people come here just to complain that something wasn’t designed with their specific desires in mind. Let’s see yours Beth! We’re all waiting to see your “perfect tiny house”. lol.

      • Beth DeRoos November 14, 2014, 4:41 pm

        Jeremy, It’s bit of a stretch to suggest I come here only to complain. This is probably the one tiny house I have smiled and scratched my head on.

        You do not think having no stove in a kitchen isn’t a tad odd? Will have to watch the video once again to see if there is any mention of not including one so that an owner can redo the $35k place. Sorry but its odd to me to not be able to COOK in a kitchen.

        And at the 9:25 mark we are shown a spice rack behind the front red door. That should be near the kitchen. And we are shown wine being stored upright and told its wine storage.

  • Doris November 13, 2014, 3:05 pm

    Bet this place smells great with all that wood. Love the sliding doors! Nooks and crannies for everything. I’m tall, so the overhead storage compartments would work fine for me. Great idea. For those who are short and don’t want to use a step-stool (although we all did back in the old days to reach our top cabinet shelves), they could always store non-essentials or seasonal items.
    With a little imagination, the spice rack doesn’t have to be a spice rack, either. Craft supplies, antique linens, books, flashlights, gloves…For me, I’d love to walk in and smell cinnamon! What a welcome!
    And for Beth, who fretted over losing the plumbing on the road: With his attention to detail, I can’t imagine him leaving it unsecured or illegal. When mobile homes are transported, the plumbing is usually removed. In some states, it’s a requirement. Since the place is being sold, it will have to be set up per local restrictions, climate, and the owner’s preferred use. Therefore, fret not. What you see isn’t permanent.

  • Sharee November 14, 2014, 8:57 am

    Great little home, the only things I see wrong with it are no laundry (where do people who have tiny homes do their clothes washing?) and the kitchen wall is made out of pallets. Aren’t pallets designed to disintegrate over time? I realise they’re not in the weather but it can’t be a good thing to put this type of pine in anywhere.

    And yes I’m five foot tall too, so the overhead cupboards would be a problem for me. But it’s a fantastic idea – so simple.

    I wish I could live like this – debt free and able to move wherever I please. But I think a VW Combi van would be my little dream machine :)…

    • Marcy November 14, 2014, 10:31 am

      Sharee, I would love a tiny house if I were planning to move rarely, if ever. But a regular move? – I have a 1973 Chevy camping van and I often think about going on the road with it. Sink, fridge, bathroom, captains chairs that swivel to face backward, water tank. There’s one battery to run the ‘house’, one to run the van. The only thing it doesn’t have is a shower and an oven. Yep, I think driving this is easier than towing a house around.

  • Vasna November 14, 2014, 9:04 am

    Thats the best one I have seen so far, well don as U really nile it :))

  • Dennis B. Baxa November 14, 2014, 9:33 am

    Hi Sharee, the pallet wood is made of solid oak. They are also nailed to 1/2 inch plywood. They do not nail to studs.We thought the overhead storage was different and kept us from building big pantry that would make house feel smaller. There is many ways to build for different preferences. You can also put a small washer that connects to sink and store under cabinets. Thank you for looking.

    • Marcy November 14, 2014, 10:34 am

      And such a nice design. I think you make a very good point – in a tiny space, adaptation and compromises have to be made. And different people with different needs will by default create different spaces. I haven’t seen a house with the drop down attic before – neat idea.

  • Laurie P November 14, 2014, 9:47 am

    Love it! I do agree that it was designed by a man, but you have utilized a lot of space I would want to have. I have concerns about that shower and water possibly getting on that beautiful laminate flooring

  • Michelle November 14, 2014, 10:01 am

    I think this house looks great! I also have some concerns about the plumbing being too close to the road but I don’t claim to be an expert on these things ;). I love the overhead storage in the kitchen and the toe kick drawers too. I just wish the loft had dormers to make it feel a little more open. Other than that, this tiny home is awesome and incredible well thought out.

  • Michael November 14, 2014, 12:11 pm

    I like the design a lot and the openess of the space. The use of sliding doors and space utilization are great. I don’t mind using portable inductance stove tops that are cool to the touch. I love the all wood design and cedar panels. The design considerations are very thoughtful only a man will think of. If there are some modifications I will consider are; open up the loft space by having side walls and have the slanted forward roof to give height and you can have more tiny widows to open up the loft space to light. My wife will want a larger sink. The other modification is to convert the front sofa/table to double up as a second bed by unfolding the top twice out to accommodate a slim mattress that can be stored above the entry way. And finally, I think the exposed pipes makes me uncomfortable. It can be improved and hidden with access to the nearest outer side wall with with waterproof cover while traveling. My son will be interested. Btw do you have portable water tanks for when you are traveling? Great job!

  • Bill Whitley November 14, 2014, 1:51 pm

    Excellent video – This looks like high quality workmanship and great design . Anyone would be proud to own a home like this .

  • Jeanne Mattson November 14, 2014, 2:36 pm

    I think your tiny house is great.. But have several suggestions or comments for you.and your commenters . For you, They make an AC/Heating unit that mounts on the wall, you see them in condos and such, or you could use a pull AC unit that vents thru the window instead.. Much easier, and no worries about having to mount and unmount it from the window. A bit more expensive, but worth it since they are made to produce Heat and AC… Second,for you, I wish everyone would put larger sinks in their tiny houses..You cannot wash a big pot or pan in those sinks.. Third, I have to agree with the others on the shower, You really do need a shower surround,,I would worry about the wood underneath rotting,but I love the wagon wheel curtain rod, As for the overhead storage in the kitchen, I think it is ingenius, I am short and keep a step stool in my kitchen.. Why not in my tiny house.. Now for your commenters, if everyone wants an oven.. Buy a portable ToasterOven/Convection Oven, we have one for our travel trailer, In all the years I have owned ours, I have Never used my propane stove or oven. I can bake just about anything in that Toaster/convection oven..Its good sized , Next, portable induction cooktops are wonderful and they stow away in a drawer. And If you want a washer, buy a portable one on wheels, that hooks up to the sink, and keep it next to the last section of counter, and move it to hook up to the sink when you use it.. They hook up to the kitchen faucet. and if you get a stack, the dryer is usually on the top stack and doesnt move anyway, and vents out thru the wall. All in all a really nice tiny house. I really enjoyed seeing your video.

  • Tiana November 14, 2014, 2:50 pm

    This is a great version of a loft-over! You can tell people can really envision being in it when they start requesting customizations. This is quite the advanced starting point if all that one can suggest is wall hangings and plug ins. (hey! Where’s the blender? I don’t see a blender! I can’t LIVE without a blender!) glad to see some imaginative “problem” solvers still have their thinking caps on and are willing to be redundantly obvious and provide some education re: How To Reach Tall Stuff When One Is Short etc. It’s ok, really! There are no stupid questions, just stupid assumptions. (like All Pallets Are Made Of Pine). Oh what an amusing morning!

    • CharlotteMo November 16, 2014, 7:01 pm

      Ha ha, thanks for the blender laugh, Tiana, I think people just like to pick pick pick. I’m almost 5’1″ barefoot, and have had to use step stools for closets and cabinets most of my life. I don’t know why that’s a problem for other people. I have great calf muscles 🙂 And what’s wrong with something being designed by a man? Ever heard of Frank Lloyd Wright?

  • Jane L November 14, 2014, 4:27 pm

    This is great! I LOVE the overhead storage to utilize the depth of the loft floor — anyone who criticizes that hasn’t thought through how every single storage space in a tiny house is precious! So many thoughtful extras!

  • Lon Hirsch November 14, 2014, 8:16 pm

    well, i think it is great! great attention to structural and weathering details.
    beautifully done, Dennis and crew!

  • Cat November 15, 2014, 12:51 am

    Very nice! Very sturdy construction, plenty of unobtrusive storage (I like the overhead spaces for items not used that often) and lots of leeway to personalize (add bookshelves, small appliances, etc.) Thank you!

  • dfoster November 15, 2014, 12:43 pm

    Please send link to the video building this

  • Deb Mill November 15, 2014, 2:23 pm

    So I love this tiny house and could totally work with it! I think a cooktop means you have a burner or two that you can pull out of the cabinet and cook on (correct me if I am wrong on this). I would then buy a microwave/confection oven and I’d be all set to use this kitchen. I think the amount of storage space–especially hidden storage– is just super. The craftsmanship is also excellent from what I can tell through the video.
    I do worry a little about the pipes underneath because if someone wanted to they could mess with them (not that they would come in contact with the road)…. and I would also love to see a W/D. Anyways, if I could make a sale on my condo in Asheville I would definitely consider buying that Tiny House…. Thanks for sharing guys!!

  • Roxana November 16, 2014, 12:14 pm

    @ Beth… the spice rack is NOT by the front door as you said. There are TWO red doors. There’s one for entry into the home with a small sitting area next to it as seen in image #4 above. That shot was taken from the kitchen facing the front door and you can CLEARLY see said spice rack to the right. The door knobs are different on the doors. The FRONT DOOR has a brass-looking door knob and the BATHROOM DOOR (by the spice rack) has a wooden door knob. THAT’s how you can tell which door is which. Also… some of these trailers are made without stovetops to allow the customer to add a two-burner stove, should they desire that or NO STOVE to allow for more counter space, at which point a hot plate can be used and stored when not in use. So it’s not that unusual for there not to be a stove in this home…

  • Nathalie Stuart November 24, 2014, 4:17 pm

    I love the homes. They are simply delicious and I am seriously considering one of them. Would love to find a subdivision or neighbourhood of similar designs. Not a Trailer Park.

  • Robyn December 5, 2014, 12:02 am

    The pull-down storage in the kitchen is genius. Also really like the tall ceiling space by the window seat. I’m taking notes for my TH design. Thanks for sharing.

  • Jerry Jeff January 4, 2015, 11:48 am

    What is the finish gvw,,, looks like the best I seen so far,,,,, we are selling our house with 4 acres an buying a tiny house ,, next year,,, ,,?,,, finish GVW ?

  • Edythe Crook January 8, 2015, 9:25 pm

    I too need stairs. small circular ones or 3 or4 up turn and 2/3 more everyone plus dogs can’t all climb ladders. otherwise I love this tiny house!

  • Christy August 1, 2015, 11:10 pm

    Wow, extremely nice job on the tiny house! You added so many nice built ins–especially, I like the toe kick drawers! I have to laugh at the concerns over the plumbing – we pull a camper with the same underside plumbing and have never had a problem with hitting anything or falling off. Concerns over a kitchen stove seem silly–again, our camper has a 3 burner drop in propane stove. Can’t wait to see your next one!

  • hope kraft August 4, 2015, 1:16 am

    Love your houses. Do you have a tiny house I can come and see. I live in Pasadena, down the road from you. Finally a tiny house quality builder that does not work in other parts of the country.

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