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This is the 493 sq. ft. Fawnskin Cabin.

It’s located in Fawnskin, California and currently listed for sale.

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Related: Little Red Cabin in California

493 Sq. Ft. Fawnskin Cabin For Sale in California!

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This is a 545 sq. ft. Simi Valley Hillside Cottage.

It’s located in Simi Valley, California and is currently listed for sale.

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545 Sq. Ft. Simi Valley Hillside Cottage

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This is a Little Red Cabin that’s for sale in Emigrant Gap, California.

It’s a 484 sq. ft. home that was originally built in 1934!

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Little Red Cabin in California

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This is a colorful 620 sq. ft. Woodside Cabin.

It’s available and listed for sale in Woodside, California.

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Colorful 620 Sq. Ft. Woodside Cabin

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This is a 280 sq. ft. tiny cottage in Felton, California that’s for sale as I write this.

The home is set up like a studio with a walk in closet. It was built in 1972.

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280 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage in Felton, California For Sale

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This is “The Wedge” built by students at Laney College in Oakland, CA for the SMUD Net Zero Tiny House Competition.

The futuristic home won four awards in 2016, including best design — and I can see why. Their creative tilted back wall creates space for a second loft and comfortable living area. Gotta love something different!

Lucky for you, the house is now up for sale. More details and contact information below.

Related: Tiny House Built by Students at Western Sierra YouthBuild

Laney College Students Build Award-Winning “Wedge”

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Concord (CA) High School students have completed the Construction Tech Program’s first Tiny House on Wheels.

With the help of our community partners Ashby Lumber, West Coast Windows and Doors, and Tumbleweed our goal is to make the program self-sustaining.

The class was able to learn all aspects of residential construction and the THOW was our culminating project.

The design is based on the Tumbleweed Cypress Equator 20′.

High School Students Build 20′ Tiny House on Wheels

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