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200 Sq. Ft. Hayseed Tiny House on Wheels


This is a 200 sq. ft. Hayseed Tiny House on Wheels by Hayseed Homes in Victor, Montana.

From the exterior, you’ll notice it has a rustic design with a barn-style roof.

When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchen, bathroom, and upstairs sleeping loft.

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200 Sq. Ft. Hayseed Tiny House on Wheels

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  • Love it!

  • Avatar Brandi

    Interesting, yet there is no storage and no real living space. Not my cup of tea.

  • Avatar Trish Dee

    I like the location of the ladder to the loft. It doesn’t take up any unnecessary space, and the loft is a good size. If this TH was mine, I would extend the kitchen counter to the left side of the stove. Also, where is the storage in this place?

  • Avatar jake

    Nice ladder placement.
    Nifty window\board integration.
    Cool window sharing between toilet & shower.
    ?? Bath towel bar or toilet paper holder ??
    Odd corner cabinet inset between sink & oven.
    Lot’s of nice ideas. Thanks for sharing

  • Avatar Dick

    I’d bet that corner cabinet you refer to, Jay, is a lazy susan. Lots of storage in something like that. Also I imagine the area to the left of the stove was left open for an eating area.

    The big issues seem to be, as others have noted, lack of a seating area and lack of storage. This is why I’d want something along the line of a 30′ trailer, and instead of the porch, give me a Fencl-like seating nook and corner porch.

    • Avatar Dick

      Jake, not Jay. The blind guy is slipping…lol.

  • Avatar Porcsha Smoody

    I love it! This is a great home for a single person traveling from place to place focused on work and doesn’t need a living space just a warm cozy place to eat and sleep! Fantastic home!

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