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84 Sq. Ft. Shepherd’s Wagon Tiny House For Sale

This 84 sq. ft. Shepherd’s Wagon Tiny House is for sale with an asking price of $14,000 USD.

It’s located in Winnemucca, NV. This micro house is designed to be used as guest quarters or for long-term camping. It was built using a restored 1950’s John Deer hay wagon. Pretty cool, right?

Here are some of the features you’ll find it has:

  • All-metal exterior roof and siding
  • Oak plywood interior with laminate flooring
  • Hand-crafted Dutch door made of solid oak
  • Two crank-style double-pane windows

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84 Sq. Ft. Shepherd’s Wagon Tiny House For Sale

84 Sq. Ft. Shepherd's Wagon Tiny House For Sale

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  • Cast iron heating and cooking stove
  • Enameled metal basin with hand-tooled leather strap
  • High-density foam mattress with heavyweight white zippered canvas cover
  • Fully insulated and weather-sealed throughout
  • Pull-out table on full-extension sliders
  • Extremely deep drawers on full-extension sliders
  • Deep storage well for cooking
  • Interior carpentry by John Burhans of JR Builders

If you’re interested in buying it please call Frank Gabica at 775-3zero4-4one5nine. Thank you!

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  • Corliss Sinclair July 16, 2015, 4:12 pm

    Sorry. Pretty cool, right! ?
    Pretty cool NO! Not for $14,000.

  • Karen July 16, 2015, 4:21 pm

    Is that enameled basin with tooled leather strap the potty? If so, no thank you. I like the wood inside but the stove is eating up a lot of useable space where they located it. I’m not trying to be negative but it’s not a good use of space at all.

  • D. Lowery July 16, 2015, 5:04 pm

    Does anyone know the manufacturer of that wood stove and where I could get one?

    • Martin October 6, 2015, 1:07 pm

      I custom build wood stoves , trailers , truck beds , etc.
      35 years welding experience.

      • ChrisB October 6, 2015, 8:23 pm

        Hi Martin
        I’m not seeing anything on your website about stoves, do you have any more info? Maybe you could make a post for Alex with some details / customers so we can all see what you are offering? It would be great to support a small business rather than a conglomerate or (worse still) a bib box store when picking up a stove.
        Thanks in advance
        Chris

  • Kate July 16, 2015, 5:46 pm

    I am trying to understand why so many people are so critical of other peoples efforts and ingenuity. It baffles me that we can’t seem to keep our negative and cutting comments to ourselves. Honestly, if you want something cheaper, try and build it yourself and do it for less. $14, 000 is less than a used car these days. You don’t have to buy this one…no one is making you. Please, let’s have our comments be positive and supportive of this crazy movement that’s sweeping the country. It’s really a very positive thing and the possibilities are as infinite as all of our imaginations.

  • Marsha Cowan July 16, 2015, 5:53 pm

    Hmmm…I think the price is quite reasonable. It is a quality build, and that 4 wheeled wagon is a large (but necessary) part of the cost. They cost a lot more than a utility trailer, or one of those trailers sold by Tumbleweed, but then that is the proper foundation for a shepherd’s wagon. That stove is very tiny (the picture is decieving), so doesn’t really take up any more space than my Mr. Buddy propane heater does in my tiny bus, and that shelf looks elongated in the picture, too, which is also deceiving, so it really is just the right size heater/stove for that space if you want a wood heater. I doubt that the bowl is the toilet. I see lots of potential in this wagon. A person could take it at this point and make it their own. I particularly like the pull out drawers. It’s a great wagon for a good price. Hope it sells to the right person soon! I like it!

  • Marsha Cowan July 16, 2015, 5:57 pm

    By the way, where is the “deep storage well for cooking”?

  • Thomas L. Knapp July 16, 2015, 7:52 pm

    On the one hand, I’m one of those who tends to look at a tiny house and go “they want HOW much for that?”

    On the other hand, that’s a cool design and looks like quality a quality build using very nice materials.

    To the extent that I find high prices off-putting, my own plans run to re-using/re-purposing lots of materials that I can find cheap or free to keep costs down when I build my own. I don’t see why I should complain when people go in the other direction.

  • Leanne July 16, 2015, 9:02 pm

    I lived in Winnemucca for 10 years and this is what the goat herders and sheep herders live in. They would come down the mountain and into town across from Miller’s and set up camp and let the goats eat the underbrush as a fire deterent. My dogs used to get so bent out of shape every time I let the out in the yard because the got would blow raspberry at them thru the fence. This is a quality trailer and the shepherds live in them years round. And we’re talking Deep snow in winter and heat of over 100 degrees in summer. $14,000 is a good price! Basque country… If your ever in town stop at the Martin and order a Picon.

  • Susanne July 17, 2015, 4:25 am

    Very interesting… And certainly anything is better than being homeless.

  • Joan July 17, 2015, 7:00 am

    Excellent. I would love to build one of these, actually even have the trailer, just needs new tires. Love the simple non-elaborate finish. Very useable. I have a fascination with Vardo roofs.

    And no, the enamel basin is not for potty, it is a wash basin! And is symbolic and historical to be present. That was their wash pan, when the shepherds came back to the wagon at night to wash their hands and face.

  • Liz July 17, 2015, 9:14 am

    Very nice little wagon. Good thing it has that hand tooled leather strap and enameled bowl. Can’t live without those little priceless items!! If you sell a car, do you advertise that it has a steering wheel too?

  • grey July 17, 2015, 10:53 am

    I have built a tear drop and a “GYPSY” trailer, converted a few vans and other things that take the artist/designer slant. I am always amazed when people complain about the cost which I try to keep it down. One person complained about the price and offered what was the cost of the trailer without any materials or construction or design. Where do these people come from? This isn’t 1965. Go try and buy a flat bed trailer with nothing on it and then price out the lumber and the labor and the design before you complain about the price. Then throw in 4 years of college to get a degree in design and the student loans etc…
    Sorry, I just get tired of the crap. It makes me not want to do it anymore.

  • Dave July 17, 2015, 12:28 pm

    Kate,Marsha,…
    I will say the builder did a great job of woodworking and using some nice materials in building this tiny trailer….And as symbolic and historical this trailer is………To state the facts of what this trailer isn’t, is not being negative, it is simply explaining what is and what could be improved….with the tiny house movement there are a lot of options and the consumer should have a fair representation of quality, cost,etc
    14k is a lot of money and what it will cost me to finish my 32′ DIY fithwheel THOW…with that said in MY opinion buyer beware for the cost that the seller is asking…..I feel you have to sell a product for a fair price…and this TTOW is maybe worth 1/2 the cost of what this seller is asking…..
    50’s hay trailer..look closely and you will see the back axle is bent…
    The seller did not even take the time to paint the rims and perhaps the trailer itself…a hay trailer is not safe for pulling at highway speeds….and yes it needs new tires…..(hay trailers do not cost more than a regular trailer made for the Tumblewood THOW ‘s etc….- this one you could pick up for $500..ish.
    The stove inside is not safe- there should be fireproof panels around the stove in case of sparks ,etc and the ventilation is not adequate unless the door is open….1 window?, for reasons of a fire safety dictates having a window on both ends to get out in case of a fire….
    So Kate, Marsha…..let’s not worry about being PC when it comes to
    Buying a TH..and it’s ok to “tell it like it is” to be able to help our fellow
    TH’ers find something that has a price that is fair and safe….
    Ladies, if we were friends and you went out to buy a car and I saw something that was overpriced, not safe etc, you would want me to share it with you so you could make an informed decision , right?

    • April August 22, 2015, 5:01 pm

      Yes I would; thanks for keeping it real.

    • Trish October 6, 2015, 9:47 pm

      Dave, My first thought was that no metal around the cute little stove is a safety issue.

  • Vitrvarg October 6, 2015, 3:17 pm

    I agree with Dave on this. While this looks nice, there are far too many safety issues here: and that is not just with the woodburning stove, that one is an easy fix. The rear axle being bent is one, my major head scratcher is this: why not show the underside of the trailer itself? The reason leads me to think that the entire metal construction of the bed is rusted out. Also, there is no tail/backup lights and no place for a license plate or for side marker lights. Many states might let you slide on the marker lights if you only move it during the day, but why take the chance. $14,000.00 plus tax, title, and license fees, inspection and insurance, you are looking at another $2,000.00 at least. Sorry, very pretty but buy a new trailer first, then build.

  • Glema October 6, 2015, 7:56 pm

    Perhaps Martin would be good enough to drop some pics of his work in wood stoves for the tiny house talk site? They might be nice for the THOW bunch. Just a thought, what do you think Alex? This is nice as far as is done. A bit of a play on a gypsy wagon? I don’t see quite $14000 for it though. hmm God bless and happy trails!

  • Cate October 7, 2015, 1:34 pm

    Lived in a much nicer one for 8 months. Need an opening skylight for ventilation & more windows.

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