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Try Out Tiny Living in the Liberation Tiny Home on Wheels

This is a 20′ modern Liberation tiny home on wheels built by Liberation Tiny Homes.

Inside you’ll find a living area, sleeping loft, kitchen, bar, and a bathroom with a wet bath. The loft offers a queen bed with storage nooks and the kitchen has everything you need to make yourself at home.

If you’ve been wanting to rent a tiny home before making any major commitments, you can stay here and try out tiny living in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

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Try Out Tiny Living in the Liberation Tiny Home on Wheels

Try Out Tiny Living in the Liberation Tiny Home on Wheels

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  • Bonny September 10, 2015, 3:01 pm

    Finally a comfortable looking couch to lounge on! The rest of the layout is great too…but I would worry about those steps, also. I would prefer the ones with storage in them. But a nice looking unit.

  • Dominick Bundy September 10, 2015, 3:48 pm

    This is just too awesome for words. Too bad it has to be on wheels. Because it has such a nice curb appeal..

  • gale September 10, 2015, 5:29 pm

    While it is a very nice home inside I am struck by the unique exterior. Very very nice.

  • Emily c. September 10, 2015, 5:37 pm

    Very nice house, but it reminds me of a fifth wheel. Nice interior but the stairs scare me, with no railing if I lose my balance down I go.

  • Theo September 10, 2015, 7:43 pm

    The outside is ugly. Woodwork is nice, but steps unsafe with no handrail, serious storage space lost with the steps; other places too. What is with the toilet? Seriously, if I had a loft I would want to be able to stand up, and have some sort of toilet up there. I’d have a frosted glass window in the bathroom too, or at least a curtain. On the other hand I know what I prefer, so I would layout the design myself, not depend on someone else’s likes/dislikes.

    • Jaime September 11, 2015, 1:41 am

      Look again, more closely; they do

      • Theo September 11, 2015, 2:24 am

        You can call that a handrail all day long if you want to, but I won’t, and I do not consider it safe.

        • Jaime September 11, 2015, 5:11 am

          You may be right, for some people any stairs would not be safe, the way the loft is cut out where the stairs ascend /descend makes it quite safe for a average fitness person; but one must not exceed their limits and I understand for alot of people stairs may be a danger. Thankfully I am not near this stage yet, but for someone who is you dont want to test your limits. Perhaps you are new to the THM, but alot of these designs use a ladder rather than stairs. I would think that infinitely more complex to ascend/descend

        • Theo September 11, 2015, 8:23 am

          Jaime, no I’m not exactly new here. Which doesn’t matter anyway. I’ve hated loft beds since I was a kid. But I digress. If you were to slip on those rather narrow steps, with your so-called handrail on the left, your weight would swing over the open area, and it would be difficult, if not impossible to recover your balance. With a handrail on the wall, much easier to recover your balance. Age has little to do with it. Factor in waking up in the middle of the night having to go, crawling over to the steps because you don’t have the room to stand, having to maneuver to get on the steps, all half asleep, it’s a disaster waiting to happen. You want a loft, fine with me, but I’ll pass. I’ll gladly take something like a Murphy bed, where I can sit on the edge for a few seconds, until I wake up enough to stand and stagger my way to the loo, then stagger back and roll into bed again. I’ve lived with outdoor loos, and had to go down stairs to loos, I prefer my way any day of the week.

        • jaime September 18, 2015, 7:54 am

          Totally personal preference, I think these stairs is still safer than the ladders most TH are fitted with. Also putting the rail on the wall side would take up more space from the already narrow access way, my preference would be the outer side

      • Sgmaps May 25, 2016, 6:37 pm

        A standard handrail is located from top to bottom of the stairs on an angle, either on the outside of them or fastened to the wall.
        There is neither of those scenarios accompanying these stairs.

        • Jamie May 26, 2016, 2:09 am

          Totally get it. Stairs ‘appear’ dangerous, but in actual fact it is in the home bathroom that statistically the majority of accidents occur. You haven’t walked up or down these stairs, unlike the poster below who did and in no way felt any danger; So anecdotal evidence suggests it is only your perception of the stairs and not the actual stairs that is dangerous.

      • Sgmaps May 26, 2016, 11:12 am

        This is the only place that I can seem to reply to your reply to my comment about the stairs a few comments below. I don’t care about the statistical evidence about the dangers of the bathroom. for ME personally, the stairs are NOT safe. They may be safer than a ladder, I am not disputing that, but without a proper standard railing attached to the outside wall, they are NOT safe for ME. Anecdotal evidence does NOT concern me, my personal safety is my concern.

        • Jamie May 27, 2016, 11:08 am

          Lol dude, those stairs are awesome. you are looking at a 2 dimensional picture. You should have more faith in yourself. Your awesome too dude, you can rock those stairs, I know you can. You got to own them stairs. If you feel the fear then put some Led Zep on, start at the top and just slide down on the backside. you be ownin them stairs in no time. you rock on man.

  • Rhonda N September 11, 2015, 8:25 pm

    I was struck by all the counterspace in the kitchen and the sofa looks like a great place to sleep guest if necessary. The stairs would not work for me, but they aesthetically nice.

  • Glema September 14, 2015, 4:17 am

    The roof doesn’t seem the right height or is it just the way the pic is taken? This roof seems higher than the 13.5 legal ?Anyone know? I agree about the unsafe look of the stairs. Still, it would be an experiment to make sure someone wanted to stay in that small of a space, that is worth checking before going to all the expense of making our own. Thank you for sharing and God bless you. Happy trails everyone!

  • Janp October 21, 2015, 7:13 pm

    Stairs a little scary. Like the design. I would want a larger deck

  • Cathleen October 21, 2015, 11:31 pm

    My husband and I stayed in this tiny home a few weeks ago. It is a solid, well constructed, THOW. It is well thought out, comfortable and plenty of space for two couples for a weekend or short vacation.
    The stairs are solid. The railing is also designed to provide support for climbing or descending. I did not feel at all unsafe.
    The kitchen is sleek, solid and the entire tiny guest home is so bright.
    There are 9 windows -8 open allowing a lovely breeze from all directions.
    The floor is also beautiful (not sure how visible it is in photos) and the bathroom has a beautiful teak floor, shower, sink and window.
    This tiny home is available through airbnb. It is located within walking or short drive to great dining, shopping and historical interests.
    The best part, the owners. They are a lovely couple, well versed on construction of full sized homes and THOW and they provide a B&B experience you won’t find in any hotel.
    We will go back every fall even though we will be living in our own tiny home soon.
    (We have no connection to the owners or financial interest; met the owners first time during our stay).

    • Marcy December 17, 2015, 9:11 am

      Thanks so much for sharing. I’ve been in several tiny houses, but I’ve not had the chance to stay over in one. It’s nice to hear what others have to say about something I can only see in pictures.

  • Mike October 22, 2015, 3:06 pm

    This is really a cute little unit even if a little odd looking. It has a tiny sectional couch and a tiny -full sized dining table. What’s not to like??
    It’s not super fancy but I don’t have alot to knock it over, except perhaps the painted plywood siding which might just be part of the charm. I’d live in it!

  • Greg Burns November 21, 2015, 4:39 pm

    I was almost expecting Donna Reed, er, I MEAN “Stone”, to come outside with a cocktail for Husband, “Alex”! What a GREAT, late 1950’s/early 1960’s style! Kudos!

  • Jay Liptak January 16, 2016, 12:07 pm

    I for one love the stairs! Beautiful! As for personal preferences, I’d forgot the open storage boxes for a closed close closet system, perhaps covered in similar crate boards for a wood wall type look.
    Yet, my most serious question, did I miss a refridgerator, or is there no fridge?

  • Carolyn Vick May 25, 2016, 11:05 pm

    This is a great TH. Love the modern vibe.

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