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208 Sq. Ft. Contemporary Tiny Home on Wheels by Sowelo Tiny Houses in Australia

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This is the Sowelo Tiny House on Wheels out of New South Wales, Australia.

It’s a beautiful tiny home with a vertical garden on the exterior. According to Tiny House Collectiv, the home is 208 sq. ft. and costs about $97,000 AUD which converts to about $73,942 USD. This model sleeps up to six people and has two loft bedrooms. Take a look below and let me know what you think in the comments!

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Beautiful Tiny Home by Sowelo Tiny Houses That Sleeps Six

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Images © Sowelo Tiny Houses

This tiny house has a beautiful staircase with storage and custom handrail. How nice is that?

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The loft space seems like it has plenty of headroom for comfort.

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The bathroom has everything you need, even a washer/dryer combo unit!

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There’s even another loft on the other side of the tiny house.

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The L-shape couch looks pretty comfortable, too, doesn’t it?

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The kitchen is modern, beautiful, functional…

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The L-shape couch even has storage. How nice!

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Oh wow, it even turns into a comfy and spacious main-floor bed. This tiny house keeps getting better!

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I really like the large windows in the kitchen so you can gaze out while doing your dishes.

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Beautiful lighting.

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Modern faucet with dish rack.

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Cabinets with pull-out drawers.

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So much natural light with all of those windows.

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Little desk area/nook.

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Accordion-style window. These are so cool!

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Vertical plants. Two different types of siding. Modern windows. I like this look!

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I love how all of the windows open, even the ones I didn’t expect.

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What do you think?

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It’s a pretty amazing tiny house, right?

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Built on a triple-axle trailer.

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Sleeps up to six people comfortably.

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Approximately 208 sq. ft.

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Images © Sowelo Tiny Houses


  • Built by Sowelo Tiny Houses
  • Sleeps up to six people
  • Approximately 208 sq. ft.
  • $97,000 AUD ($73,942 USD)
  • Vertical grow system outside
  • Built onto 8-meter (26ft) long trailer

Learn more using the resources below. Thanks!


  1. Sowelo Tiny Houses
  2. Contact Sowelo
  3. Facebook
  4. The Triangle Newspaper Article featuring Sowelo Tiny Houses
  5. Tiny House Collectiv

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  • Elizabeth Rubio
    June 7, 2018, 4:23 pm

    Beautiful!! Too many wonderful things to comment on, but I love it!

  • Sheila Plourde
    June 7, 2018, 8:10 pm

    This is very clean and well thought out plan. Love the photography. Kitchen is real nice. The seat for storage is clever.

  • Vivian
    June 8, 2018, 1:07 am

    Love this! I do wonder if it’s too tall for the US, but it’s fabulous to see a loft with actual headroom. I’ve never been fond of the idea of crawling in and out of bed. I’m not partial to stairs/lofts, but this makes it much more appealing. The layout is functional and it seems really adaptable for different styles. i.e. I’d use the one loft for a library/office.

    • James D.
      June 8, 2018, 10:34 pm

      Exterior dimensions are 8m (26′) long 4.3m (14′) high and 2.5m (8′) wide…

      So it’s only about 6″ taller than a typical American tiny house that’s usually 13′ 6″ or less but that’s only a issue if you need to get through the more eastern half of the country… The western half you can have 14′ as the maximum with some I think one or two states where the max is 14′ 6″ and in Alaska it can be 15’…

      But, like moving a 10-12 foot wide house, you can still move it with a permit if it’s too tall… You’ll just be limited in which roads and routes you can use…

      Or, if you design it on a foundation or otherwise don’t need to move it then it can be about as tall as you want as long as there isn’t a max height limit, like if you’re near an airport or something like that…

      Tiny Houses can be two stories tall… There’s also expanding houses that can get bigger when parked…

  • Patty
    June 8, 2018, 2:19 am

    I love the desk nook!

  • Nanny M
    June 19, 2018, 11:19 pm


  • Karen Blackburn
    June 30, 2018, 9:47 am

    Am I the only one to have noticed that some of the best liveable tiny home designs are coming from Australia and New Zealand. A number have featured recently from both countries and they are both practical, well thought out and could be lived in long term.

    • Eric
      June 9, 2019, 3:13 am

      As a Kiwi (New Zealander) I have to say, yep the land of lots of innovation has done us proud. But… hey I see some absolutely awesome ones being done in the US (ref: Jewel Pearson’s TH), as well as UK & Europe as well.

      And NZ has some pretty tough road restrictions too. Maximum heights which special permits cannot be granted except for essential construction items, think MASSIVE concrete water/sewerage pipes, or for specialist house removal companies… and the permits cost a pretty penny plus need to have specialist escorts, plus must be done during hours of darkness (less traffic on the roads is why) and yadda yadda yadda.

  • Michael
    March 2, 2019, 8:43 pm

    Nice and modern, I like it.
    The surrounding porch is great but it lacks shade which is essential to prevent heating up the walls and
    to get outdoor living when the sun is up. Downside, you need additional transport when moving.
    Lofts aren’t my thing at all especially here in FL. Remember hot air is always going up
    Beside that I dislike tall THOW. They are terrible from design view because width and height relation isn’t proportional. Towing isn’t easy and you need to tie it down to withstand strong winds.
    Lift up to ceiling bed and space saving folding furniture which can be put away when not needed are my choice.

  • Elise
    May 29, 2019, 11:10 am

    Hey! Do you know where that couch is from? Thank you!

    • Alex
      May 29, 2019, 2:30 pm

      Hmm, good question, I’m not sure, but I’ll see if I can find out.

    • Alex
      May 29, 2019, 7:26 pm
      • Eric
        June 9, 2019, 3:19 am

        What puzzles me is it shows 2 couches, including one shot lifted up showing the storage capability, then in another shot shows an extra single bed component slid up to make a b-i-g bed, so where did that extra piece of furniture come from?

        • Sherry
          July 17, 2019, 12:52 pm

          The extra piece is pulled out from under the main part of the couch (not the chaise part) and then it pops up into place. I’ve seen them in furniture stores before and I’m sure you can find one by Googling for a few minutes.

    • Alex
      June 8, 2019, 5:08 pm

      The chance us from ikea

  • konstanze
    June 9, 2019, 3:12 am

    Ikea has a couch like this. Very similar with storage underneath. Called Friheten. Two versions of it with one having the corner solution. We own one as a guest bed. Comfortable.

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