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This is the Wanderlust Tiny House by Indigo River Tiny Homes. It was built for a single mom and her young daughter.

It’s a 32-ft split-level tiny home on wheels with large bathroom with soaking tub! Learn more below.

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32-ft Wanderlust Tiny House on Wheels by Indigo River Tiny Homes

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This is a 900-sq.-ft. prefab small house by Orbit Homes that’s designed to be used as a guest house, ADU, granny flat, in-law suite, pool house, art studio, writer’s cabin, temporary housing, or backyard office/storage.

The Moon Model is 900-sq.-ft. and offers 2-bedrooms and 2-bathrooms. It’s modern, contemporary, prefabricated, and customizable.

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Two Bedroom Modern Prefab Small House by Orbit Homes

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This is a 1500-sq.-ft. cabin with ‘tiny house style’. But this cabin is so tall, that the loft has its own loft.

It’s basically, a huge tiny house, right? It’s a big cabin with tiny house style and it could be a great design for a family who’s in love with cabins. This one is a vacation rental out of Wills Point, Texas. Take a look at it below and let me know what your thoughts are about it.

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Beautiful 1500-sq.-ft. Cabin on 130 Acres in Wills Point, Texas

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This is the story of Bob and Susan’s Tiny House!

It’s how they ended up building a Tumbleweed tiny house of their own and why they built it. So here it goes… Enjoy!

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Bob and Susan’s Tiny House Story and Tour (Exclusive Interview)

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This is the story of Mak and Owen and their 4×4 truck camper tiny house built by Main Line Overland. Believe it or not, before this one, they actually went through two others! Can you imagine?

On the second one, they spend day and night renovating for 9 months only to realize that it wasn’t going to work. Instead of quitting, they did more research and ended up with the rig you see here which they absolutely love. You can follow them on Instagram @bound.for.nowhere. Learn more below.

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Mak and Owen’s 4×4 Tundra Truck Camper Tiny House

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This is the story of Denise and her school bus conversion tiny home that she built after getting diagnosed with Leukemia a few years ago. She didn’t want traditional cancer treatments, and going the non-traditional route meant insurance wasn’t going to cover her treatment here in the United States.

So she sold her house, her car, and just about everything she owned to build this school bus and be able to afford her treatments. With it, she plans to travel the country for as long as she can.

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After Cancer Diagnosis, She Sold It All And Built A School Bus Tiny Home to Afford Her Treatments And See The Country

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