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24-foot Little Rock Tiny House w/ a Lift Bed for $30,000

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Here’s an awesome, affordable tiny house on wheels for sale in Little Rock, Arizona. The main bed is on a pulley system, so it can be lifted out of the living room space during the daytime to provide maximum space!

A galley kitchen takes up one wall of the main space, and there’s a loft over the bathroom that can be used for storage or another bonus space. It’s only $30,000, which is quite the deal!

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$30K Tiny Home on Wheels in Arkansas

A pulley system keeps the bed out of the way.

French doors lead you into the house.

A look inside the kitchen cabinets.

Washer/dryer and apartment-sized fridge.

Beautiful tiled shower stall.

The shower is slightly inset into the floor

There’s a light and a window.

Toilet, storage and hanging bar.

A look under the bathroom sink.

Another little loft.

Simple grey exterior.

There’s a little shed over the tongue.

A mini split keeps things cool or warm.

Access to the electric panel.


  • $30,000
    Elevator bed for sale as is.
  • 24ft new trailer from TinyHomeBuilders.com
    Height is 13.5 feet. Width is around 8 feet.
  • Custom self-built Tiny Home equipped with top of the line silver appliances and granite countertops. Tons of natural light with large double windows beside the front exterior French doors. Built on a new “tiny house trailer”.
  • The kitchen comes equipped with a Frigidaire Glass 4 burner stovetop with above-the-range microwave/oven/vent combo by Whirlpool, a full-size Danby refrigerator, undermount double basin stainless steel kitchen sink with Pfister
  • Indira Spot Defense Stainless Steel 1-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet, a 4 place setting dishwasher by Edgestar in-cabinet and LG all-in-one clothes washer/dryer combo. There is tons of storage space in the cabinets. The cabinet above the fridge is a closet hanging space. Above the microwave/oven is the Pioneer Split System.
  • The bed is suspended on a lift system from the ceiling powered by a removable arm-drill attachment you can stow when not adjusting bed height. Steel frame on walls with bolts support excess weight and add peace of mind while the bed is lifted above the living room or down as a bedroom for sleeping. TV stays mounted on the Wall for viewing when in living room mode or bedroom mode.
  • The bathroom comes equipped with an off grid toilet by “Simploo” with carbon filter ventilation for keeping compost dry. The separate bathroom vent is quiet. The bathroom cabinets and vanity offer ample storage. The shower is tiled with a stone-look to simulate nature indoors, with a horizontal window to let out steam and to view the nature around you. Double shower fixtures give you the option to use the energy efficient Delta Multi Function Shower Head / Hand Shower or the waterfall faucet.
  • The loft above the bathroom is accessible via silver 3-step floor stool to stainless steel telescoping “dock” ladder, both of which can stow when not in use. The loft gives you an extra 20 sq ft and can fit a twin or full bed. This space has its own adjustable lighting and power outlets.
  • Electrical box is in utility storage on the front tongue of the trailer. In the other side of the utility box, you can access the EcoSmart tankless water heater.
  • Land not included, Must move to a new location.

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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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  • Michael
    December 3, 2022, 12:54 am

    Nicely done and affordable. I have been always a fan of lift up beds for small spaces instead of crampy crawling lofts. A decent kitchen and bathroom is there and folding lounge, dining chairs and tables can be added easy.
    The only thing I dislike is the height and the storage loft.

  • Liz
    December 4, 2022, 9:34 pm

    I’m curious to know whether the flooring next to the shower floor will hold-up being so close to the moisture. Thank you.

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