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224 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Living Homes

This is the Loft Edition extra large tiny house on wheels by Tiny Living Homes in Delta, British Columbia, Canada.

It’s built right onto a 28′ trailer frame with three 5,000lb axles on it so it has a GVW of 15,000 lbs. This tiny home offers about 224 sq. ft. of space.

From the outside, you’ll notice that it has 2ft overhangs on both ends which give it a total length of about 32ft.

When you go inside, you’ll find two sleeping lofts, a downstairs bedroom (that can also be an office), a living area, full kitchen, and a bathroom. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

224 Sq. Ft. Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Living Homes

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  • Megan Gerber November 9, 2015, 1:22 pm

    Love this – looks totally liveable! Here in west central Oregon a lot of land we have for sale is zoned for timber growth, but allows recreational uses. Combine this with an “ag” building (including power & water) and you can make great use of gorgeous properties along the river!

    However, I wonder how often you’d have to add wood to the tiniest woodstove in the world to keep it going??

  • Joseph. m. Faga November 9, 2015, 1:44 pm

    How much is the tiny house on wheels. …

    • Kristina H Nadreau November 9, 2015, 7:36 pm

      Perhaps you could go to the builders web site and ask them.

  • Mike November 9, 2015, 1:49 pm

    The unconventional layout is welcomed. A nice addition would be to come up with a retractable ladder or some way to realize more floor space when the ladders and not being used. While white offers a large, and clean feel I would like to see walls and trim different colors, a yellow wall and white trim perhaps. To save money the wall paneling could be repeated on the ceiling for another color, presumably white. While some are sure to like the exterior siding I prefer a more modern and lighter alternative like, galvanized, painted, or rusted steel. Perhaps another reason the siding is off-putting is it’s contrast with vinyl windows. Vinyl is a low cost but efficient solution that works better with modern or painted looks. First floor bedroom will be praised by many however too many compromises were made here. The bathroom became a narrow hallway that requires stepping over or around the toilette for passage, and the bedroom barely fits a bed and is without a closet. The bathroom and kitchen are on separate ends of the trailer requiring more plumbing costs and concerns like pipes freezing in colder climates. The bathroom should have been put on the end wall of the trailer behind the kitchen leaving an 8′ wide master bedroom with potential for a closet and storage.

    • Porcsha November 10, 2015, 2:41 am

      Mike, I agree with you about the first floor bedroom and on the tight bathroom. It’s such a beautiful home but it has some major placement and design flaws. A stairway, not ladder would provide space for a tv, storage, closet or a washer/dryer. The kitchen could be made into a galley so the bathroom could be adjacent. Also, the kitchen could use some cabinets or shelves. Overall it’s a home someone will adore and it’s nice.

  • Sarah November 9, 2015, 2:50 pm

    What I love absolutely the MOST about this design is look at all the room you have in the kitchen, usually cluttered with large storage rooms in tiny houses. I love this design.

  • kristina nadreau November 9, 2015, 7:46 pm

    I do not know if this is built as a spec house or to order for a client, because there are some issues that conflict.. for example, a composting toilett (no sewer or water hook ups) and a washer dryer combo. These 2 items are not compatible. I also notice that while the kitchen is spacious, corners have been cut on the design, such as too few drawers and no wall cabinets. open shelves are messy looking unless there is little on them, and in a tiny house that is not possible. Agree with other comments that why are there no stairs to make at least one of the lofts more accerssible (costs?). Also agree that the first level bath and bedroom are too small to be useful. There is not a single closet in this design. I like most of the materials but not the design.

    • Maria November 10, 2015, 7:53 am

      I agree Bed room too small and bathroom too small. Bathroom could have been put in back wall,then bedroom.

  • MICHAEL November 9, 2015, 10:00 pm

    Normally, if I have nothing good to say I keep my mouth shut, but I really do not like this design. I think to even call this a “design” might be a bit of a stretch. It’s basically just a rectangular box on wheels. No inovative stairs, no inovative storage, no un-inovative storage either, and no dormers or cross gables to add a little interest to the roof. I would really expect to see something more creative being done with this much space.

    • Mike November 9, 2015, 11:28 pm

      And if it’s not built in, where is one to find Tiny Home accessories?

      Don’t feel bad about being a little critical. I think it happens over time. When I first came here I was like a kid in a candy store. Your review is right on target, we’re seeing more of these bare bones designs and they’re not classy and not cheap either. The size is going up but the built- ins are going down. It’s easier and more profitable to make sq, footage than to build storage. Alot of these are built by business, not owners like they used to be.

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