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210 Sq. Ft. Little Foot Tiny House on Wheels


This is the 210 sq. ft. Little Foot Tiny House on Wheels designed and built by Little Foot Tiny Homes in Bonners Ferry, Idaho.

Currently it’s for sale with a price of $46,500. Update: Sold. It’s a 24′ model with an upstairs sleeping loft that has dormers to increase spaciousness.

When you go inside you’ll find a kitchenette, bathroom, living area, and the sleeping loft. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

210 Sq. Ft. Little Foot Tiny House on Wheels

210 Sq. Ft. Little Foot Tiny House on Wheels

Images © LittleFootTinyHomes.com

Interior of the First Little Foot Tiny Home Pop Up Table, Kitchen, Ladder and Sleeping Loft Little Kitchen in this Little Foot Tiny House on Wheels Full Kitchen with Corner Shelves and More in this THOW Full Bathroom with Mini Sink, Flush Toilet, and Built in Storage Shelving Mini Sink and Stand Up Shower in this Tiny Cabin on Wheels Fiberglass Shower Complete Space for a Washer/Dryer in this Tiny House Cozy Sleeping Loft with Dormers and Windows Awesome Little Cottage on a Trailer Little Foot Tiny Homes Floor Plan

Images © LittleFootTinyHomes.com

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  • Avatar Noreen

    Krisan Herrell
    I like the idea of the Park Model manufacturers getting in the game. Problem here in FL is that the really nice parks (the places I might consider living) charge astronomical rents in the winter, making them not affordable at all for someone on a limited budget. So someone would need to open a park model park that wasn’t in it to soak the “snowbirds” and charge a reasonable rent. I’d love to see it happen.
    I really believe that the need for small/affordable homes is very underestimated and towns/cities need to get on board with changing their zoning laws to accommodate these structures.

  • Avatar Liz

    I love the kitchen, kitchen sink, bathroom, living room, bedroom, EVERYTHING. The outside is especially great looking. The kitchen countertop is so natural and beautiful. The price is kind of steep but I’ve seen a lot of tiny homes that cost more and have less. Like the tiny house with a disgusting price tag of $370,000. Yeah, sure.

    • Regarding the price, I feel it is quite fair. remember, this is a 24 ft build, not a 20 ft build like most. It has a full range in it, not just a cook top. It also has a larger sink and larger refrigerator than standard units. Another biggie – it is wired for 220 with a dedicated w/d space. Apples to apples – this is a great deal!

  • Love everything… but I want integrated stairs for the dogs to sleep with us. My OE Bulldog couldn’t possibly do a ladder, lol.

    • Avatar Varenikje

      Well, Kendra, it’s not just OE Bulldogs that would have a hard time with a ladder! What are “integrated stairs”?

      • By integrated I mean built-in stairs instead of a ladder. Stairs do take up a lot of room, I’m aware, but it’s a requirement for me and mine.

  • Avatar Diana

    To all the men who design these tiny houses – why do you put the bathroom across from the kitchen!!

    • Avatar Nancy L

      They probably do this to keep plumbing costs down by having all the water at one end of the THOW

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan

    A really, really beautifully built and decorated house. I especially love that there is an actual living room space…so important! Very, very nice!

  • Avatar Randje

    Just got an old trailer (used to house a cheapie RV) and am getting excited for the upcoming build. I like this model a lot. I’m planning to use metal studs for light weight ( I used to do commercial framing) and I’ll use about half drywall and the rest wood. Cuz I know how. As Mel Gibson said in Braveheart:
    FREEDOM!

    • Avatar Varenikje

      What DID I read lately about aluminum framing? Alex? It seems like it was on here somewhere… Kind of an argument about whether aluminum framing was better or not.

  • Avatar Maria

    I have seen mobile homes with lofts that go for a lot more than this home. The one I have walked threw had a back bedroom and it was used and they wanted 62,000.00. Yes the price is high for this Tiny home,but if people keep paying these high prices,builders are going to keep charging more. It now has come to just how much money they can get.

  • Avatar Varenikje

    Looks good although it looks like it has a regular flushing toilet. So this needs to be hooked up to sewer? Unless one gets an incinerator toilet…

    • Avatar M

      I looked up incinerator toilets. They aren’t cheap to buy or operate! Approx. .28/flush. For a healthy person that’s nearly a dollar a day! Hold the fiber!

      • Avatar Varenikje

        That’s for the heat to incinerate? I hadn’t thought of that.

  • Avatar Glema

    There are a couple of places where it seems a tad scorched. On the under edges of the little table above the heater? And on the kitchen counter? Did you burn your little house? Otherwise looks nice for what is shown. Thanks for sharing. May God bless you one and all. Happy trails!

    • Hi Glema,

      That is actually part of the look of the pine once it gets a finish on it. Up here we have Ponderosa Pine, which gets a “blued” color on it after it ages.

  • Avatar Chris

    In response to Maria Wells Knoblauch above, who posted thru Facebook (I don’t have an FB account, so I can’t reply directly…lol). She mentions that she sees a lot of THOWs for sale because there’s no place to park them. That’s why I haven’t pulled the trigger and built one. I’ve even checked with the local RV parks around here, and not all of them allow tiny houses or even homebuilt RVs. That’s scary. You have zoning against you (here you have to have 3 acres and a HUD badge on the house to park a trailer on land) AND the RV parks are not necessarily going to let you in, either. That not only sucks, it’s pretty disheartening.

    Always check with the RV parks and campgrounds in the areas you want to stay in to make sure you have a backup parking spot. Make sure the park will take it because it’s not safe to assume they will. =(

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