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How This Man Built a $4k Gypsy Tiny Home on Wheels in 4 Months

Meet Sage and his hand-built gypsy wagon.

He built this tiny house on a trailer on during weekends which took four months.

Sage paid about $4,000 in materials and did all of the labor himself.

Today he uses a lot less energy to live and has much less space for clutter to build up, which he likes.

Sage now feels organized and mobile.

He lives a voluntarily simple lifestyle in a gypsy wagon style tiny house that he built himself.

You can check it out below.

Sage's Gypsy Wagon Tiny House on a Trailer

Photo Courtesy of Sage Radachowsky at GypsyLiving.org


Below is a video that he put together when moving his house.

Sage moving his Gypsy Wagon Tiny House

That’s one of the benefits of being on a trailer… You can always move.

Sage was also featured in one of Derek Diedricksen‘s Tiny Yellow House episodes which you can watch below.

Sage and his Tiny House on Tiny Yellow House

Derek is the author of Humble Homes, Simple Shacks, a book jam packed with ideas on how to use reclaimed materials to build simple shelters.

For more photos of Sage’s tiny house go visit his blog over at Gypsy Living dot org.

If you want to learn more about building your own tiny house on a trailer, kind of like this one, here’s how to get free tiny house plans and Dan’s step by step construction guide and videos.

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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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  • Jake Levi February 19, 2014, 4:23 pm

    Too low to the ground for me to haul it on the roads I travel. Each to his own. I suspect it weighs out high. I am going to build on a 21′ trailer, cut down from a 26′ RV, have 3′ on thee backend for an entrance porch and 18″ RV, it will have insulation plus pine siding and pine interior, and well insulated windows. It will take a bit more then 4 mos though, but whatever it takes. Rough design is that of an Irish Traveller wagon, not a bow top but solid sides.

  • di May 30, 2014, 4:43 pm

    Do you rent from your relatives?

    How did you find a place to park and pay rent?

    What kind of outhouse is allowed in that area?

  • Hell's Mechanic September 16, 2014, 3:55 pm

    It needs more ground clearance, one dip and it going to be a real tiny house.

  • rusty September 17, 2014, 1:25 am

    It is a nice job .I like the fact that it’s low not as many steps also easier to do a nice yard around .

  • Liz December 15, 2014, 9:44 am

    What a mess. Don’t clean before filming whatever you do.

  • Michael July 26, 2015, 3:32 pm

    I’m glad I found your blog! I have an idea to create a tiny house community in Cleveland OH. Our city is littered with old abandoned mansions and I’d like to clear the ground to start something new! I’ll be referencing your site for additional ideas on this!

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