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This is a 12′ expanding car-towable gypsy wagon called the “Fat Gypsy” designed and built by Edmund Peter Sylvester.

It’s an update to his original gypsy wagon design as seen here. Below are possible interior finishes with design elements of a traditional gypsy wagon/vardo/caravan.

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12′ Expanding Car-Towable Gypsy Wagon

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This is a lightweight Gypsy Wagon that’s for sale in Russiaville, IN from Woolywagons.

The beautiful handcrafted tiny home weighs just 3,300 lbs. (towable by most SUVs) and has everything you need for full-time living including a pull-out dry-flush toilet inside and a shower on the front porch! It’s currently on sale for $10,000 less than the listing price, so call today if you want it!

Enjoy the pictures, and get price, additional details and Woolywagons contact information below!

Related: Tiny Houses with a Traditional Twist: Wooly Wagons

Lightweight Gypsy Wagon For Sale from Woolywagons

Images via Woolywagons

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This is a Gorgeous Gypsy Wagon Vacation Rental in Joshua Tree and if you go on Instagram right now, you can enter to win a free night’s stay to test it out!

The rental was built by Brendan and Linda, who spent the beginning of their marriage living on a 20 ft. sailboat (before they even knew how to sail!). The couple now arranges awesome vacations for people through their company, Venture Yours (find out more here). One of their vacation spots is this stunning gypsy wagon that sleeps up to four.

Check out some screenshots and then take the video tour with Dylan Magaster below! Enter to win your night’s stay here.

Related: Dutch Hotel Pod for Tiny Vacationing

Gorgeous Gypsy Wagon Vacation Rental in Joshua Tree

Gypsy Wagon Vacation Rental in Joshua Tree

Screenshots via YouTube/Dylan Magaster

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This is a Park Ranger’s 50 sq. ft. Tiny Vardo.

Trekker Trailers managed to pack almost everything you could need into this micro space: A bed, guest bed, desk, shower, toilet, TV, and kitchen! It even has room for tools and a spare tire, and it’s easy to tow weighing only 1,700 lbs. Be sure to watch the full video tour from Deek of RelaxShacks below. Enjoy!

Related: The Simple Sleeper Teardrop Camper by Trekker Trailers

Park Ranger’s 50 sq. ft. Tiny Vardo

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This is the Red Bungalow tiny house built for Masha Shubin.

This house was featured on HGTV’s Tiny House Hunters, Season 3, Episode 13.

Masha’s tiny house is up for sale right now (for $55,000) in Oregon City.

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Masha’s Red Bungalow Tiny House

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Do you wish you could rent a space on sites like Airbnb to make money, but think your home isn’t set up for sharing?

Hosting and home sharing isn’t just for people with second homes, and doesn’t have to mean sharing your bathroom with strangers every morning.

This savvy Airbnb host has two separate listings on her property – an amazing gypsy trailer and a cute backyard cabin – but neither are actually in her house.

She added two cool, tiny spaces to her property to gain rental income without taking on major construction projects, and while maintaining some privacy for she and her guests.

Take a look at what you can do with a keen eye for design and a little hard work.

The Gypsy Trailer

Caroyln's Gypsy Trailer on Wheels

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This Custom Built Gypsy Wagon Tiny House is a guest post by Eric Elliot. 

I decided that it was time to build a tiny house when the rent on my studio apartment doubled. I didn’t want just a simple, boring box, so I decided to build a modern gypsy wagon.

I began by making a model, which was very helpful, since my idea of canting the walls out, in the traditional style, turned out to be a big mistake. Every angle would then have to be separately calculated, so I decided to simplify things and build the walls square instead.

Since the wagon was going to be small, even by tiny house standards, (just over 100 square feet) I wanted it to be as comfortable as possible. I was working on a limited budget, but I spared no expense on insulating the walls, roof, and even floor. That was the best decision I made on this project!

I’ve always wanted to built a house with my hands, and this was my opportunity to make every element attractive. I built a diamond pane bow-window for the bedroom, and made all the windows in the wagon stained glass. Small vent windows at either end allow for a nice cross breeze.

Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Thank you!

Custom Built Gypsy Wagon Tiny House

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Images © Eric Elliot

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