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SoCo Tiny Homes 20 Ft. Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

This is the SoCo Tiny Homes 20 ft. Tiny House on Wheels that’s for sale in Woodland Park, Colorado.


The little spot features two bedroom lofts, a great kitchen, and plenty of space in the living/dining area. I like that there’s a folding table for eating and working attached to the wall. They are asking $39,900 and there are tons of details about the home’s specifics below the picture tour.

If you want to purchase, get in touch with the builder via the contact form. As always, enjoy!

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SoCo Tiny Homes 20 Ft. Tiny House on Wheels For Sale

Images via SoCo Tiny Homes

Spacious living area with the fold-down table.

Secondary loft above the living room. Eat at the table.

From the front door looking inside. (Ladder takes you upstairs).

Space is also perfect for getting work done!

The main sleeping loft is above the kitchen and bathroom.

I love this little corner ledge featuring the heating system.

Good-sized fridge and a great tiny stove by the sink.

Get a slightly closer-up views. I love the pine window trim, too.

Ah! The great outdoors. Tiny living brings you closer.

You won’t have to take as many trips to the grocery store with this one!

Looking out the front windows of the home.


Close-up view of the secondary loft.

Taking a peek at the main loft with cool wire fixtures.

Bathroom includes a residential-style toilet.

Decent-sized shower stall for all your bathing needs.

This tiny sink is just too adorable. Even a little bit of “toothbrush space.”

Stunning exterior. Love just the plain stained look.

Is this your new tiny home? Contact the seller below!

Images via SoCo Tiny Homes

From SoCo Tiny Homes:

This custom tiny house boasts 160 square feet of main floor living plus a master sleeping loft of 70 square feet with a raised ceiling and an additional single sleeping loft (or storage loft) of 30 square feet. (260 sq ft total) Tons of natural light flows in with 10 windows and a glass entry door. The bathroom is finished in beautiful blue pine tongue and groove (painted white) and features a full size shower (hot water provided by a tankless water heater!) and standard toilet. The kitchen is equipped with a stainless fridge, a propane stainless range/oven, and a large stainless sink sitting atop butcher block counter tops. The floating shelves above the counter will provide plenty of space of your kitchenware! A wall mounted propane heater provides more than enough warm air for any cold winter days and nights and a “tiny” ceiling fan will keep the air moving on those warm days. The living area features a fold down table for dining or office work. Custom bench seating and/or a bookshelf and pantry will be completed at buyers request. If desired, the area designed for kicking up your feet and relaxing will fit an IKEA sleeper sofa (with nice storage) perfectly. This THOW is set up to connect to a standard 50 amp plug (or hardwired with your electrician) or can be ran from your typical extension cord for light duty use. Waste plumbing is set up to run to your septic system (or portable tanks can be used if desired).
Asking price of $39,900.

Details:

  • Custom wrap around modular deck (made to easily attached/detach from the entry door area) is available for an additional cost of $1050.
  • Delivery service available for $2.50 per mile.
  • Setup available for an additional cost (blocking and leveling, installing deck: electrical and/or septic not included).
  • Brand new 8’6″ x 20′ trailer
  • Floor and walls framed out with 2×4 construction.
  • Roof framed with 2×6 construction.
  • Floor insulated with foam board insulation.
  • Walls insulated with R19 Fiberglass insulation
  • Ceiling insulated with R21 Fiberglass insulation.
  • Interior walls and ceilings finished with pine shiplap
  • Exterior finished with sealed cedar siding

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.




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  • Maria June 28, 2017, 8:03 am

    I don’t understand why builders of tiny houses put a window above the sink. When the window can be placed behind the toilet. After all the toilet is placed where there is an outer wall.

    • James D. June 28, 2017, 3:59 pm

      Maria, it’s done for design reasons…

      One reason is symmetry, keeping the appearance of the house from the exterior consistent with all the windows being placed in the same pattern on either side… which also keeps undue attention from being on the bathroom if it had the odd window out from the others…

      Another reason is it places the window in view of the kitchen, which helps make that space feel more open and opposite the kitchen window for greater effect…

      While a mirror there could be a issue with sunlight coming in from the kitchen window… and some people like to look at nature while they’re brushing their teeth…

      Though, you could always add a little barn door style mechanism to the window so you can have a mirror/cabinet slide over and cover it when using the sink, which can help provide some privacy if you’re near other people, like renting a spot in a RV park, etc. but still keep the outward appearance the house consistent…

  • Lori June 30, 2017, 1:30 am

    I’d add a narrow shelf above the sink in the bathroom for essentials: hand soap pumper jar, lotion, tiny toothbrush holder, hairbrush. You could always put some window film on the bottom half of that window for privacy. Add a decent sized mirror on good strong hinges just off to the side of the window so you could swing it over the window if you need a mirror, otherwise the backside looks like framed art when put back to the side where the wall is.
    I’d also center that heater in that corner build, add a fake chimney, and hide the tv inside that chimney (it has interior hinges so it’s actually two narrow doors), and hide the dvd player and remote inside the flip down ‘mantle’. My style would be thin fake river rock and rustic wood mantle. Imagine that as your living space focal point, especially during the holidays!
    Hang a clock or artwork over the electrical panel on the kitchen wall (easily removed when access is needed), add a few shelves for the dishes, a narrow spice rack and a nice little throw rug to warm up the floor.
    Oh, the possibilities……..I never thought I could live in a tiny that small but this one just might change my mind on that issue!

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