This is a 136 sq. ft. Lumbec Tiny House on Wheels called the Micro-House.
From the outside, you’ll notice a side entry and extra space built out over the tongue of the tongue of the trailer which makes great use of space but does add some weight when towing.
Inside, you’ll find a cozy living area with built-in storage, a kitchen, bathroom, dining table, and an upstairs sleeping loft.
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136 Sq. Ft. Lumbec Tiny House on Wheels
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@ Steve Podhorecki
Sorry, totally disagree with your comment. Plenty of tiny houses have a V over the “tongue” or drawbar just like this one.
The V shape actually helps in the aerodynamics by pushing through the air. Similar to a ships bow. More dangerous would be the tiny houses that have a flat surface into the wind. That creates resistance galore thereby increasing fuel consumption and stability issues especially when hitting winds full on from just off 90°.
However, the extension of the roof upwards just past the V could (I stress “could” not would) cause some issues.
Great use of space! The ladder is beautiful. The overall design is stylish and modern and uncluttered. It’s calling to me!!!
Thumbs up for flush lighting over the range.
The semi-alternating tread ladder is almost as good as alternating treads…
I like using the hitch dead-space, as long as the hitch and tow rig are rated for it. Since this THOW will probably only be moved once or twice during its time here on earth, the discussion of windage and balance is academic. Let’s build ’em!
Very nice. The weight on tongue is probably fine as long as the longitudinal center of gravity is above or slightly forward of the middle of the axel(s). The flat plate drag of the ~45′ leading edge of the front room is much less than that of the 90′ edge of the flat wall above and behind it.
Love the exterior. the space under the ladder looks underutilized.
Like the tongue space. Doesnt appear to have closet space. The range doesnt look like it has a vent fan.
How tall is the house?
Thank you for sharing your THOW and thanks Alex for sharing it with us. I like the the shelving idea that hides the electrical panel. Panel stays easy to get to yet no longer an eyesore. Thumbs Up!
Happy Trails and God bless you all!
Very creative, right? We love sharing with you, Glema. Thanks for being a faithful reader! — Tiny House Talk Team
@ Eric,, Well, it seems my original comment has been removed as I don’t see it here, but I am sure I was NOT talking about the “V” of the house. What I was talking about is the LACK of a “V” in the trailer tongue. I had forgotten that I had seen this TH before or that I had commented on it and was about to comment on it again when I saw your reply.. So, 1) Yes, I love the “V” nose of the house. It absolutely help with towing and mileage and obviously space inside the home… 2) I DISLIKE that the tongue is a single square tube. It absolutely should have 2 more angled tubes added to it and the ball receiver should be V style. Sorry for any confusion.
I really like how people are starting to utilize the area over the hitch… great use of space.
Yes it’s very creative!
Will you share your design plans for the ladder? I’m fabricating a ladder for my tiny house.
I would be very interested in those ladder plans as well. Will be starting my tiny house construction in a few months. Cheers
May I have your ladder plans?