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Chinook 30′ Tiny House on Wheels

This is a 450 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels with off-the-grid capabilities.


It was built and designed by Westcoast Outbuildings in North Vancouver, Canada.

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Chinook 30′ Tiny House on Wheels by Westcoast Outbuildings

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House


Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Chinook 30' Tiny House

Highlights

  • 450 sq. ft.
  • 2 bedrooms
  • Home office
  • Off the grid capabilities
  • 30 ft. long
  • Canadian Red Cedar siding
  • Healthy living design

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Built for a family of 4 with a deep passion for healthy living this tiny has no interior plywood, OSB, plastic, laminates or heavy off-gassing products like construction adhesives and sealants anywhere in its interior.

With a flick of a switch the entire Tiny House can disconnect from the electrical grid reducing the long term exposure to potential harmful emf emissions.1

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!




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  • B Morgan December 1, 2017, 11:41 pm

    Interesting.

  • Ray December 2, 2017, 6:22 pm

    Is that 8 or 10 wide? It almost looks like a 10.

    • Doreen December 2, 2017, 8:06 pm

      That looks 12’ wide. ! Huge. Very nice though!

      • James D. December 3, 2017, 12:25 am

        Dimensions are 30′ L x 10′ W x 13′ 6″ H (300 sq/ft on the Main Floor (220 sq/ft loft))…

  • Christine Williams December 2, 2017, 8:00 pm

    We live in Middleboro MA and we are looking for a Tiny House about 300 s.f. and our budget is $20K. Where Can I find someone to help up build our dream home to be located on land we intend to purchase in NH.
    I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you

  • Stefan December 3, 2017, 12:16 am

    A+ ! Great woodwork! Love the stone sink, enjoy! And thank you for sharing your good ideas!

  • Larry December 3, 2017, 12:20 am

    Very sharp. Some solar cells and water collection system to be totally off grid would be nice.

  • Rika December 3, 2017, 7:31 am

    I first saw this exact house at Tiny Healthy Homes, designed by Ben Garrat (https://www.bengarratt.com/rochette)

    • James D. December 4, 2017, 8:35 pm

      Yes, good designer that operates out of both Canada and New Zealand… He posted a video tour of the house he recorded on his phone but for an easier to watch video tour check out Bryce Langston’s video on his “Tiny House Big Living” youtube channel… He interviews Ben and tours the house…

      It’ll be titled…

      “Natural-Build Tiny House For Family With Separate Office and Kids Bedroom”

  • Denise December 3, 2017, 9:59 am

    This house is simple in it’s construction, raw, natural, has a great presentation, and is absolutely lovely. The knotty spruce/pine gives it a warm inviting cabin feel and that natural sink is a crown. This is a house built for most life stages. Glad to read it is virtually chemical free and I hope they also prepared by digging a deep pit down stream to dump their waste into for the composting toilet.

    • James D. December 3, 2017, 12:53 pm

      Not knowing if anyone is down stream, I’d recommend a composting bin for the waste and after a few months to 2 years it should be safe enough to then bury by some non-fruit trees and nature will take care of the rest.

      Usually just burying it takes a lot longer for nature to process it, unless you know there’s a lot of worms and such at the burial site.

      Some people also opt for vermicomposting because it’s a lot faster and can even handle meat… Certain worms are also known for being good at killing off most of the pathogens that may be in the waste as those usually don’t survive the worm’s digestive track… It can just be hard keeping the worms alive all year long, depending on the local climate and type of worms you have available…

      Generally, crossing multiple species is a good way to eliminate everything from diseases to parasites because many of them can’t survive in hosts they are not adapted for… Though, there are exceptions to watch out for…

      While an alternative to consider for composting of food waste is a bio-digester, which can let you generate bio-gas that you could then cook with or, if properly filtered, even run a generator in an emergency…

      Basically, lots of ways to both handle waste and make it useful when going off-grid…

  • Denise December 3, 2017, 10:07 am

    As a side note, Alex, can you get rid of that strip that appears on the left side of the screen with the links to share these pages? That strip covers up content and those two arrows don’t always appear so you can minimize the box. Most of the time I have to scroll down or up to get to that small two inch space that isn’t covered so I can read the descriptions of the tiny homes. I understand you want people to share these but maybe you could do like most websites and put the strip horizontally above the header or maybe below the area where it says to ‘Join’ the tiny house newsletter. Thanks so much.

    • James D. December 3, 2017, 12:31 pm

      I agree, but not sure when he’ll get to it… So, in the meantime, have you tried scaling the page?

      Ctrl+(-)/(+) will usually automatically increase or decrease the page scaling to help get things that may otherwise be out of frame into view.

      Otherwise, the browser menu bar will usually have a zoom function in the view tab’s list of options.

      Usually, those sharing tabs stay a set size ratio to the screen and so changing the scaling will usually let you have easier access to them or even help keep them out of the way, provided you can deal with smaller text, though that can be handled separately in many cases in the menu options…

      • Den December 4, 2017, 1:12 am

        Thanks for the tip James, I had forgotten about Ctrl -. I used it and it worked.

  • Tom December 3, 2017, 5:55 pm

    This seems so much more pratical. I bet most of these stay on the same lot anyway, and those 8′ ones look like they would tip over easy. I would not feel safe driving most of those down the road. I’m building mine on a 12′ wide mobile home trailer that was cut to 24′ long. I only paid $500 for the trailer, and it’s never going to move.

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