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Tiny House on Wheels with a ‘Secret’ Rooftop Deck!

This is a 200 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels located in Walnut Creek, CA. It’s designed by Brian Crabb of Viva Collectiv. Enjoy!


This Tiny House Also Has An Awesome Bath Tub!

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

Photos via Viva Collectiv

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck


200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

200 Sq Ft Tiny House with Roof Deck

Photos via Viva Collectiv

Highlights

  • 200 sq. ft.
  • Roof-top deck
  • THOW
  • Named “The Schooner”
  • Designed by Brian Crabb
  • Built by Total Property Solutions
  • Photography by Craig Williams

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  • Emily August 26, 2017, 8:05 pm

    Love the tub! Is there any information anywhere about it? Or does anyone have any insights to share? 🙂

    • A Johnson August 29, 2017, 12:45 pm

      I have some experience with similar wooden Japanese four (soaking) tubs. The bad thing about wooden tubs is that eventually the finish on them wears off and they don’t dry out between uses; then the wood gets soggy, and feels slimy.

      • James D. August 30, 2017, 4:00 pm

        Like most things you just have to take care of it and re-apply the finish every so often… Same thing with wooden counter tops, outdoor furniture, etc.

        Properly taken care of they can last centuries… Don’t and you’d need to replace it within a few years…

  • Slorocket August 27, 2017, 12:45 am

    OMFG THAT BATHTUB! I’ve been thow fan for many years, and that tub is the best ever!

  • keepyourpower August 27, 2017, 3:09 am

    Built on Tiny House Nation.

  • Gabriella August 27, 2017, 10:07 am

    “Non si volti chi a stella è fisso”, by Leonardo da Vinci translated is:
    “Whoever look at a star, does not to look away from it”, as for those who pursue an ideal and I believe that also the target of happiness goes along in a road, all constructive, of freedom. Not simple but for this endearing as a challenge.

  • david August 30, 2017, 6:46 pm

    LOOOOVE the house (and don’t try to sound intellectual).
    The entire design is outstanding, one of the best I’ve seen (and I’ve seen almost all it seems).
    The space waste is a pity of course, but that comes often with beautiful designs, doesn’t it?

    • James D. August 31, 2017, 11:14 am

      It’s only wasted space if it doesn’t get used or otherwise serves no purpose but that isn’t the case with this house… Everything is as the owner wanted it to fit their lifestyle…

  • Larry August 30, 2017, 7:33 pm

    I want to see the roof deck and the entrance to it. More info in the description would be nice. Other wise neat looking tiny.

    • James D. August 31, 2017, 11:19 am

      They show the entrance to the roof deck, it’s the photo just before they show the exterior shots again…

      The tiny door leads to the loft and the awning is composed of two sections that can fold down flat to either side to leave that deck open to the sky and allow them to be road legal for moving… The deck also has a ladder they can roll down the side to get in and out that way as well…

  • Alison September 3, 2017, 2:53 pm

    I like the secret deck. Maybe the owners like to sunbathe in the nude? The exterior, as a whole, looks kind of spaceshippy.

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