The folks at Tiny House Building Company in Virginia recently built a 13 ft. tee-tiny trailer that manages to pack in a bathroom, kitchenette, living room, loft bedroom AND downstairs bedroom! Seriously. It’s pretty impressive what all they fit into this little guy. It sold and a similar build would cost about $35,000.
Enjoy the pictures, take the video tour, and get more details and contact information for the seller at the end of the post.
This is a one-room tiny pine cabin that’s for sale in Severna Park, Maryland.
The 350 square foot space is four years old and doesn’t have wheels, but needs to be moved to a new lot. It comes with electric heat, air conditioning, water heater, fridge and kitchenette. It’s studio-style with a downstairs bed and quite quaint! With your own touches, it could be a great cabin home.
It’s for sale for $30,000 on Tiny House Finder. Enjoy the pictures below and then head over there to contact the seller with serious inquiries.
This is Nate’s 24′ tiny house that’s for sale in Clarksburg, West Virginia for $45,000.
The cute home features a great living/entertainment area, cedar siding and all Samsung appliances. Under the stairs you’ll find an Edge Star Combo Washer/Dryer and there’s a tank-less water heater. Nate is looking to upgrade to a new tiny (they do have a dog, if that matters!) and wants to sell this one first.
If you are interested and have further questions, contact Nate via the form below. Enjoy!
This is Tiny House Woman’s Tennessee Tiny Home that’s currently for sale in Townville, South Carolina.
It was built by Tennessee Tiny Homes (and is RVIA certified) for a family with two teenagers, and as such includes two lofts that could fit queen-sized beds and a downstairs bedroom that fits a full or queen. There’s also a living room, kitchen (with hook-ups for a propane stove/oven) and bathroom with an RV flush toilet and 36″ x 36″ shower.
The builder says to build it over with all its custom features would cost approximately $52,000. This album of photos was how it was decorated for HGTV. Some decor/furnishing changed.
The current owner is selling it for $40,000. Get all the details below and contact the seller via the contact form with offers and questions.
This is Mario’s 20 ft. Las Vegas Cedar Tiny House that’s for sale.
Mario built the tiny home with the help of 20 ft. Tumbleweed Tiny Homes plans, and outfitted it with solar capabilities, high-tech gadgets and even a hidden shower. Watch the video (start at 2:12) to see the full tiny house tour and get all the details.
Mario is selling the place (sans furniture/appliances) for $30,000. Contact him via the form below!
This is a showroom model of a THOW by Tiny House Cottages that’s for sale at a now-$12,000 discount.
The design features a front door leading into the kitchen, which I really like. Instead of two smaller lofts, this model features one huge loft with a connecting bridge and a fun diamond-shaped window. Great for a family, or to have one side for sleeping and the other for closet space/storage.
Get all the details below, and contact Tiny House Cottages via the contact form if you are interested. Enjoy!
Not only does the home feature two lofts (one for sleeping, one for storage), it includes a downstairs “flex room” that could easily become your bedroom — no ladders necessary! It also keeps the bathroom and kitchen on separate ends of the home. Be sure to take the video tour, and get details and price below the pictures.
Contact Tiny Mountain Houses via the form at the end of the post. Enjoy!
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