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24ft Modern Farmhouse Tiny House on Wheels with Front and Rear Bump Outs


This is a 24ft Modern Farmhouse tiny house on wheels with front and rear bump outs.

It’s built by Liberation Tiny Homes out of Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

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24ft Modern Farmhouse Tiny House on Wheels by Liberation Tiny Homes

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Photos © Liberation Tiny Homes

Highlights

  • 24ft x 8.5ft
  • “Modern Farmhouse” model
  • Built by Liberation Tiny Homes
  • Lancaster, PA

Explore other tiny houses we’ve featured before built by Liberation Tiny Homes here.

Resources

  1. http://www.liberationtinyhomes.com/
  2. https://www.instagram.com/liberation_tiny_homes/
  3. http://www.liberationtinyhomes.com/contact

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  • merryl March 3, 2018, 11:54 am

    very nice but where is the oven?

    • James D. March 4, 2018, 6:04 pm

      It’s one of those blank slate designs where they leave it to each individual customer to choose what they want in the kitchen and thus what trade-offs they are willing to have…

      Mind, it also depends on what the customer intends to do with it… You generally don’t need a full kitchen if it’s only a guest house, a vacation house, weekend getaway house, BnB rental, etc.

      While some people try to save a little on the costs by installing some things themselves after it is delivered or are very minimal and only need something like a counter top cookware that they can put away when not needed…

  • Karen Blackburn June 5, 2018, 3:48 pm

    Lived for years, and catered for parties, with no more than a countertop convection oven, 2 gas hobs and an induction hob that were used on the table. We were a family of 3 but catered every month for our share of pot lucks, contribution to feed 20-30 people. Not difficult but you need to be organised. If you are in a good area you can also do most of your cooking outside, we used a fireput with spit and griddles set over it plus a hook for a big pot ( and yes there are photos of me standing over it holding an umbrella so the rain didn’t put the fire out ’til dinner was cooked, tastes great but not necessarily the vest option for Ireland’s weather.

  • Marsha Cowan June 6, 2018, 9:41 am

    This is a beautiful tiny house whose design will never grow old.

  • tommy Pitts June 21, 2018, 4:41 pm

    how much was this tiny home more interested in price like to see tiny homes with prices thanks

    • Matt Meshey July 13, 2018, 7:23 am

      Tommy,
      This house was 24′ long and the price was $60,000

  • candide33 November 13, 2018, 10:29 pm

    Why was it called ‘Farmhouse’? Farms generally indicate something grown to eat. I guess it could have been a horse farm since there was no way to cook in there LOL!

    • Matt November 14, 2018, 7:52 am

      We call it the farmhouse because it is modeled after a traditional farmhouse building style. There is plenty of room to cook in this kitchen and we typically put in ranges and ovens – but ultimately it is up to the client and what they prefer to have.

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