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Funky 20-ft Tiny House with Nifty Roofline: Just $30k in TN

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I love seeing something a bit different, and the roofline on this 20′ tiny house on wheels out of Chattanooga, Tennessee fits the bill! It allows for some decent headspace in the loft, while also giving you a conversation starter.

Inside it features what I think are cork floors, and they look lovely! The bookshelf stairs to the loft are quite unusual but aesthetically pleasing. There’s also a compact kitchenette and bathroom. You can ask questions or make an offer over at Tiny House Marketplace.

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Go Tiny for Just $30k with this Chattanooga Tiny House on Wheels

Love the unique shape of this tiny house.

It’s bright and modern inside.

There’s plenty of space here for a good couch.

With a comfier mattress, you have a great loft bedroom.

A mini-split keeps things comfortable.

The bathroom is just off the kitchen area.

Plenty of counter space in this little kitchen.


  • $30,000
  • heavy duty trailer (8’x20′)
  • open layout
  • custom cedar exterior
  • tankless water heater
  • sleeping loft
  • bathroom with shower
  • mini-split AC and heat
  • hose water connection + aux. tank
  • kitchenette including mini-fridge, microwave
  • toilet to be installed per buyer’s preference

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Theresa Perdue
    November 18, 2020, 9:40 am

    Definitely different and cute. Those stairs are really cool I don’t think I have seen that. But please tell me that is not the refrigerator I see in the living room

    • Natalie C. McKee
      November 18, 2020, 1:45 pm

      Haha…I think it is, I’m afraid.

  • Trish
    November 18, 2020, 12:27 pm

    The lines of it are unique and cute, but that loft is a joke right? There is no way anybody can sleep in that close of a space, just the view of it it sets off claustrophobia alert. No way you could put a better mattress there in that limited headspace, they would be better off just stating it is for storage and put in a Murphy bed down below.

    • James D.
      November 19, 2020, 1:18 am

      Well, it’s just really narrow by the windows because of the shape of the roof, but opens up quit a bit towards the edge of the loft which is by the peak of the roof. So possible easy fix is just move the bed right up to the rail, double the height of the rail for safety, and then you can have a thicker mattress and still have headroom to sit up…

      Real issue, though, is it’s required any area that is used for sleeping must have an emergency egress point but I don’t believe those windows open or would meet the minimum size requirement… So would only be suitable for storage then…

  • jerry dycus
    November 18, 2020, 6:11 pm

    There is a dirty little secret about lofts. While many think they will like them, that fades rather fast after using one for a week.
    it’s much better using the same materials to make it longer than higher and don’t waste the space, hassle of a set of stairs.
    In such a small space not using your couch as a bed too, Murphy bed, etc costs 25% more in added length.
    There is a neat way of having a bedroom under a dinette using the dinette seat for standing height. The Dinette can be used as a guest or day bed too.
    The unit has nice outside style, lower and lengthen it and they’ll have a winner. With solar so cheap it should be incorporated.

  • Elizabeth A. Rubio
    November 18, 2020, 8:33 pm

    I love it! That is a handsome take on an alternating step stair. The windows are large and well-placed for function. I have already thought of ways to incorporate storage, of which this unit has little, as well as alternate ways to provide main level sleeping. Frig must absolutely be located in kitchen workspace (at least for me!). As shown, I think the best use for this tiny would be as a weekender. The roofline has been used in other Thows; one example that comes to mind is Tumbleweed’s 20″ Linden. Overall, that which impressed me immediately is the the spacious, airy feel, due in large part to generous fenestration and the interior design.

  • D. Pedersen
    November 19, 2020, 2:12 am

    I like this house. But the entrance door is placed in the wrong side of that end wall. It should have been on the left instead. If you place a couch opposite the windows, you will have to shuffle past the couch. And if you put it up against the windows, you will have to shuffle past it to get to the kitchen or bathroom. So, this is a mistake.

  • Marsha Cowan
    November 23, 2020, 10:50 am

    Really pretty and unusual tiny house. Beautiful exterior and very interesting roofline. Looks spacious in the living area, and I like the classic layout. The countertop, however, needs to be anything but wood grained. Maybe a black countertop, or even green, but the woodgrain in the counter clashes with the classic, modern looking wood finishes everywhere else. How hard would it be to change? If it is laminate (I can’t tell from the pictures), could you just peal off the old and reglue a new? If it is real wood, perhaps it could be refinished and stained a beautiful dark hue to contrast with the lighter wood around it but still have a wood grain. Just a thought. . .

    • James D.
      November 24, 2020, 1:11 am

      Well, it’s a very basic budget build… Always compromises when done that way. Lots of Plywood and OSB throughout, for example, and very little real wood, except for the cedar siding exterior.

      Can always do an epoxy coat on the counter top, better protects it and there’s kits to make it look like just about anything you want, even marble. There’s also specialty paint for painting counter tops… While concrete has become a fairly popular budget option to make your own counter tops and similar kits exist to change their appearances to whatever is desired… You can even laminate on top of an existing lamination to change appearance without tearing everything out…

  • Marsha Cowan
    November 24, 2020, 3:11 pm

    Good Point, and good ideas.

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