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180 Sq. Ft. High Plains Tiny Home on Wheels

This is the 180 sq. ft. High Plains tiny home on wheels in Omaha, Nebraska.

It’s designed and built by High Plains Tiny Homes. It has a built-in covered front porch.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living area with built-in couch, kitchen, bathroom, and a roomy upstairs sleeping loft. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

180 Sq. Ft. High Plains Tiny Home on Wheels

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Recently sold for $29,000 USD. Contact High Plains Tiny Homes below if you’d like to consider hiring them to build your own tiny house.

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  • Kathy
    October 28, 2015, 2:48 pm

    Very nicely done for its size! I love the white paneling and the dark wood counters. Good storage too – love the pull out pantry. Cute little porch (collapsible?) and window box. Overall a great comfortable looking plan.

  • Sondra
    October 28, 2015, 3:42 pm

    You had me at the ‘Red’ front door ! Love it all !


    • David
      October 28, 2015, 5:24 pm

      Really? Gosh, I’ve got a wonderful red bridge in San Fran that I can sell you real cheap… rotflmao

      • Sondra
        October 28, 2015, 5:51 pm

        haha I love San Francisco too. My husband made me a beautiful red front door for our last house. Red Front doors are the bomb.com ! Helps that reds my favorite color too !

      • Joyce
        July 25, 2017, 2:47 pm

        I agree, David; this is not something I’d want to buy except maybe for use as an occasional guest house for one person. It certainly beats homelessness, but would be miserable for actual living in before long.

  • Barbara
    October 28, 2015, 3:52 pm

    Nicely done, and very attractive, but a microwave and fridge do not a kitchen make. The electrical outlet is by the sink, but should be on the opposite side, under the microwave, or electrocution is a distinct possibility if one wants to plug in a hotplate.

    • David
      October 28, 2015, 5:29 pm

      Actually Barbara, a refrigerator and a microwave doth a kitchen make for many people. Your wants and needs are not necessarily others.

      But absolutely right about location of the power point. Who signed that one off I wonder?

    • HPTH
      October 30, 2015, 5:20 pm

      There is actually a 20 AMP plug on the opposite counter between the micro and frig for a plug in burner.

  • Janp
    October 28, 2015, 5:20 pm

    Very very nice

  • Tlynn
    October 28, 2015, 5:51 pm

    what compost toilet is that? I love the Kitchen and Bath!

    • greg
      October 29, 2015, 2:13 pm

      That’s the Curve. Thetford’s latest version of the self-contained portable toilet. The bottom section detaches and can then be dumped into the sewer connection at a rental site; baring that, any handy sewer cleanout or even a toilet will do. In my humble, and experienced, opinion, an eminently affordable and far more workable/flexible solution than most others.

  • Valerie
    October 28, 2015, 7:47 pm

    very very nice what about a stove.

  • Theo
    October 28, 2015, 8:28 pm

    And yet another loft. And ‘roomy’ is not a word I would use to describe.

  • Porcsha S.
    October 28, 2015, 8:47 pm

    This a very nice home! I love the design and hard wood finish. The price is also very reasonable. My only complaint is to bring the counter over and make the space usable as a table with stools/desk and a cook top area. I need an oven but, still this makes a great home for a lucky someone.

  • Sally
    October 28, 2015, 9:14 pm

    After tagging along here for a few years, I think it’s time we old folks shut up about the lofts. I’ve realized how absurd it is for us to expect so much in 180 sq. ft. homes. They are primarily designed for young singles and couples in good health with a lot of outdoor time. The rest of us can opt for more square footage in a small land-bound house or revamp a school bus to accommodate our health issues.

    The lack of compromise expressed by some posters has caused me to question my own complaints about lofts. My 83 year old aunt hauls an air mattress along when visiting guests, and methinks I should follow her example, instead of fussing about what a tiny home doesn’t have. Best wishes to all.

    • kristinà nadreau
      October 28, 2015, 10:16 pm

      Agree. I find this plan to be attractive and relatively inexpensive. I do not care for the kitchen area as it has no drawers or equipment for a real functional kitchen. Yes, the tiny house designs are versatile so that there is something for every taste

  • Maria
    October 29, 2015, 7:47 am

    Well I can’t see why they can’t make them longer. I don’t like where the ladder is to get into loft. Stepping on the couch. NO NO! Making it longer would give able room for a free standing ladder and you can make kitchen alittle bigger. Love the bathroom,except would have a rv flush toilet.

  • Chel
    October 29, 2015, 10:40 am

    The first view through the open door had me.
    What a feeling of spaciousness even before you enter. Looking at it from the outside and seeing what is packed into it turns it into a tardis.
    A drop dowm table and a coup;le of folding chairs between the door and the countertop would give eating/study space and room for extra friends.
    A pull out camping stove to make stews and such would be ideal.
    Agree on the mis-placement of the electrical outlets near the sink. A few inches further would make them a lot safer and still be convenient.
    Ideal space and price for a starter home and almost no limit on location.
    Lovely design and finish.
    A longer one would suit those with established hobbies and more cooking interests.
    My only preference would be more headroom in the loft.

  • joe everson
    October 29, 2015, 11:47 am

    How long is this tiny?

  • Brian
    October 30, 2015, 5:25 pm

    Joe & Kristen (Tennesee Tiny Homes) the house is 15′ long.

  • HPTH
    October 30, 2015, 5:27 pm

    The plugs by the sink are 20amp GFCI wired per NEC code for use in spaces next to water connections.

  • Joyce
    July 25, 2017, 2:56 pm

    Well, I will say that it beats being homeless–been there, never want it again–although there is no way in this world I could, nor would, climb up into that loft. With a few minor changes, I could make this comfortable for myself and could enjoy it a lot. Would have to build myself a very large screened gazebo somewhere so I could get out of the house in the summer and fall, but other than that, this would be an affordable way to live alone, which is far preferable to living with the so-called adults I’ve been housemates with for four years (chronologically adults, but in maturity…eh, not so much!)

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