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260 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home on Wheels by Southeastern Tiny Homes

This is a 260 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels by Southeastern Tiny Homes.

From the outside, you’ll notice it features a double-door side entry.

This tiny home sits on a 28′ trailer, features pine siding and has dormers in the loft.

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

This tiny house is currently for sale with an asking price of $65,000.

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Beautiful 260 Sq. Ft. Tiny Home on Wheels!


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1. yellow pine siding ( can stain with a water base stain )
2. all electric with quick disconnect
3. tile bathroom floor
4. tile shower
5.toilet (water)
6. vanity with black walnut counter top
7. custom bowl sink
8. washer dryer hookup
9. Kenmore full size frig.
10. Frigidaire oven
11. deep full size sink
12. GE 4 burner cook top
13. custom cabinets made from cedar trimmed in black walnut (lots of storage)
14. Bosch dishwasher
15. tappen built in micro wave oven
16. kitchen counter tops black walnut
17. Klimaire slitter heating and cooling
18. 50 amp beaker box
19. custom wine rack built in cabinets
20. rosewood flooring
21. custom steps to loft bedroom with built in drawers for storage
22. recess queen size bed with complete storage around bed.
23. custom built doors
24. sofa bed with build in table downstairs
25. tongue and grove white pine walls
26. custom lighting with ceiling fan
27. 2 tv hookups
28. double door entrance
29. built in bar
30. fully furnished
31. length 28 feet
32. 260 sq feet living space
33. 4 built in leveling jacks
34. quick disconnect water
35. dual axle trailer.

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  • Avatar Danni April 16, 2016, 12:52 pm

    I love this home. The only thing that would make it better is an oven rather than a convection oven ?

    • Avatar kristina nadreau April 16, 2016, 1:12 pm

      I have a countertop convection oven and an oven in a standard range. I am an accomplished real from scratch cook. I love my convection oven and only use the range oven when I am doing a turkey that weighs over 10 pounds. really.

  • Avatar Lisa E. April 16, 2016, 12:57 pm

    Wow. What a pad. Love the recessed mattress; I hate it when mattresses creep and walk; real nuisance. I can’t see myself living in something like this; it’s about eight feet too long for me, but it would make a mind-blowing man cave. I don’t see it for a family, either, no kids spaces or beds. I can’t see this being used as a Road Warrior, either, so I guess this is just an AWESOME Park Model.

    • Avatar Lisa E. April 16, 2016, 1:00 pm

      PS Really don’t understand the double doors. Usually, that’s for getting big pieces of furniture in and out, but that’s not the case with tiny houses where so much is built in. So, then, why? To build a large deck outside of it and then open the doors on a warm summer’s night, I guess.

      • Avatar Lisa E. May 12, 2016, 4:45 pm

        And I love the roof over the two doors; it just begs solar panels!

  • Avatar Bluesgirl April 16, 2016, 12:58 pm

    Nicely Done!

  • Avatar Valerie April 16, 2016, 1:07 pm

    Very very nice home. But I did not see the price.

    • Avatar Debbie Johnson April 16, 2016, 2:04 pm

      I didn’t see the price either, and am afraid to ask. More than likely wayyyyy over my budget, lol. But a beautiful home for sure.

      • Avatar Valerie April 16, 2016, 7:21 pm

        I agree Debbie. Way over budget for me too. But, my dream of owning one someday.

    • Avatar Marce April 16, 2016, 8:09 pm

      Hey there .. The asking price was states at beginning of the page..$65 000.00

      • Avatar Valerie April 16, 2016, 9:32 pm

        Goodness. I could have over look but I really thought I did not see it .

    • Avatar Misty April 20, 2016, 12:30 am

      Price is just before first picture as one scrolls down- $65K. It’s pretty nice, but not for me.

  • Avatar Rita April 16, 2016, 1:15 pm

    Very pretty house. Currently working on the plans that will allow us to stand in the sleeping area and have storage/pantry underneath. I do like the recessed mattress idea.

  • Avatar kristina nadreau April 16, 2016, 1:17 pm

    I love the kitchen and bath room. well designed. the different woods are beautiful, but a bit dark for me. the full size top quality sink is terrific. If I bought this I would have 2 velux operational sky lights put in to have more breeze and air flow in the bed room.

  • Avatar Canyon Man April 16, 2016, 1:44 pm

    I think the clear wood finish gives a cleaner look. It will also make cleaning a lot easier than the raw wood style many of the tiny homes have been shown with. It also helps highlight the contrast in the different materials used.

  • Avatar gale April 16, 2016, 2:59 pm

    Very very nice and I’m sure worth every penny. The bed is unique and great for the younger folks who still have lots of agility. Someone will be happy to get this. It is expensive so I wonder about financing.

  • Avatar Lannette April 16, 2016, 4:01 pm

    This is an amazing THOW. Love the recessed bed and what looks like tons of recessed storage in the loft! I figure that if I can crawl I can get from bed to stairway. If I can’t crawl, well then I shouldn’t be considering a loft. 🙂

  • Avatar Kathy April 16, 2016, 5:35 pm

    One of the nicer THOW I’ve seen. I love the dark wood. Only thing I’d do different is get rid of the double door to gain a bit more wall space for a TV perhaps? I would buy this TH in an instant but I have yet to convince my husband that tiny living is the way to go…

  • Avatar Jennifer Lenaghen April 16, 2016, 6:54 pm

    I wonder if you didn’t like the recessed bed, couldn’t you put a box spring first, and then a mattress on top?

  • Avatar Ken April 16, 2016, 7:05 pm

    ople if you are truly serious about buying a tiny house than a carpenter friend can build in a week for $20,000 less at least. If you are actualy looking at designs then this one is currently common. Use this site to get ideas. Then build it your self or contract it out. If you are thinking of living full time in a THOW then you are not rich. Most of these comments seem as though they are same person.

    • Avatar Marsha Cowan May 12, 2016, 11:23 pm

      I beg to differ about rich people not wanting to live in tiny houses. There are some “filthy rich” people living in tiny houses such as movie stars, computer moguls, real estate agents who deal in 6 figure houses, etc. there have actually been articles on this site about some of these people, so some rich people do have a desire to downsize and live simply, even if not always on a full time basis.

      • Avatar Marsha Cowan May 12, 2016, 11:25 pm

        By the way, Alex, I hit a “report” button by accident, but don’t know which one, so if you see one from me, it is bogus, and you can disregard it. So sorry…clumsy fingers on an iPad

  • Avatar Linda Amador April 16, 2016, 7:21 pm

    Beautiful all around.

    Do THOW need to have an emergency exit door or window like rv’s?
    What it’s the max height and width they can be made?

    Thank you,

    • Avatar jake April 17, 2016, 11:12 am

      Max towing height & width depends.
      Usually 13.5′ H x 8.5′ W w/o special permit
      Route limits and state/local laws apply.

  • Avatar Eric April 16, 2016, 8:38 pm

    I actually like many things inside this house. But the shingles/shakes on the outside just don’t do it for me.

    The good things? Well the woodwork inside is not overly dark as in many I have seen on this, and other, sites. Love the stairs going up to the curved loft. Haven’t seen that before and just… I dunno, makes it I suppose. The sunken bed in the loft could be a problem for older people but, possibly one could have a medium rise in a bed platform. A sort of compromise. But then you’d probably need a bump UP roofline for space requirements. That would overcome height restrictions if you were to be moving the TH at any time in the future.

  • Avatar Denise April 16, 2016, 10:54 pm

    This is sheer perfection – beautiful natural rustic wood throughout, a spacious bathroom with a real flush toilet, sink, and beautiful tile shower and even storage. I absolutely love the sweeping loft balcony with storage stairs – what a nice flourish with that wood pattern. The stairs are perfect to age with so one doesn’t have to worry about getting too old to do a loft; and the storage in the loft floor – just wonderful – this deserves a hearty “YES!” I sure wish I had $65,000, this would be mine!

  • Avatar Jane April 16, 2016, 11:41 pm

    65,000 for a tiny home with double doors. I could buy a regular home for that. Nobody with that much money for a tiny home is going to live in it for long. No incentive.

    • Avatar M April 17, 2016, 4:05 am

      The incentive for living in a tiny home is the challenge of seeing whether you are capable of living with less, living cleaner and less cluttered, using less land so there is more for others, leaving less of an environmental impact. Not how much more a certain amount of money can buy. I thought the price quite reasonable considering the quality of materials and obvious workmanship. For that price yes, you can buy a larger cookie cutter, dime a dozen, ‘regular’ house but it most likely wouldn’t be very unique, charming, bohemian, artsy, etc…. TH living isn’t for the majority but for the few rare individuals who are up for the challenge. But even if not for you, great ideas can be gained from looking at the to jazz up your own regular house. ?

      • Avatar Jane April 17, 2016, 7:40 am

        No, 65,000 wouldn’t get you a cookie cutter house. It would get you some unique old house, possibly with original woodwork. I understand what tiny living is about, have been looking into it for years now. I know that virtually no one who can afford to pay 65K for that tiny house, well-made or not, is going to live in it for long. They will do exactly as you said, “challenge themselves to live with less” for a year or two, then move back into a regular house. I would like to see affordable tiny houses, for people who are actually poor and seeking affordable housing. It is a very pretty tiny house. It will make a very fun little experiment for someone.

        • Avatar Misty April 20, 2016, 2:06 am

          Price is just before first picture as one scrolls down- $65K. It’s pretty nice, but not for me. I agree with the comments about how high cost and status seem to be driving the tiny home trend, as in the above example. Since I started reading blogs like these I have seen more pics and posts of what seem like absurd conspicuous consumption-small space mansions, pricey tiny homes/communities, and trends that seem more likely to appeal to a yuppie designer than what I would call well-designed options for those who are likely to read a blog like this or buy/build a tiny option to use as part of a plan for financial freedom rather than status symbol.

        • Avatar M May 17, 2017, 10:22 pm

          $65,000 would get you into a tract home. Didn’t say would purchase it. Was inferring down payment. Whether someone lives in it two years to try the challenge before moving back into ‘regular’ I can assure you you they will have learned a few things about themselves and society and may live in that ‘regular’ house differently that they would have without the tiny experience. We are here to experience. They may even be inclined to get involved in building and providing affordable housing for the poor. Which I agree with you totally is a priority need.

  • Avatar Gigi April 17, 2016, 12:09 am

    Well crafted. I have now trained myself to stop reading comments when the price is brought up. By now it should have become common knowledge that price is dependent upon cost of materials, cost of labor and location of build. What is a bargain in one place is highway robbery in another. Oh well. . . .

  • Avatar Matthew Bucar April 17, 2016, 12:18 am

    Gorgeous. The complaints about sunken bed aren’t valid for age if you add a small bar hanging on chain from roof like orthopedic bed do you can pull yourself to standing. Better to have the extra headroom. Think at the price there should have been TV installed and at least a Convection oven and no microwave. Also a combo vented washer/dryer single unit should already be in at this price point. Seems greed instead of reasonable profit is hitting this tiny home craze hard. The RV market manages much more at this price and granted the tiny home looks better but its shell isn’t exactly gold.

    • Avatar Sandi B April 18, 2016, 9:33 pm

      I agree with what you have said. It is just like the RV industry — they assume wealthy folks buy them and if you put the “RV” in front of an item it increases by 10 fold in cost. The same thing is now happening with the THOW movement unfortunately. You can get a really nice shell built that is say 40×10 for under $10,000 and then finish of the inside yourself. If you wanted something a tad smaller I am sure the price would be lower.

  • Avatar Maria April 17, 2016, 7:06 am

    Well done. But I like lighter wood. In kitchen I would put in a free standing stove instead of burners and where oven is have more counter space. I agree about the bed. Putting a box spring under mattress would make it easier to make bed. I also would put in an instead hot water heater. This would give more storage in closet. No built ins in living area I like to use my own and be able to change it around when I want. As far as the price 65,000 is not bad. Yes you could buy a bigger home with property,but then you have a bigger home to clean and more maintance. Plus home owners insurance,property taxes, More to repair. A tiny house all you need is RV insurance which is a lot cheaper than home owners insurance. I own a home now and pay close to 3,000.00 a year for insurance. 95% of people who buy tiny homes will not be moving them around. But if they had to they could move it. You can’t do that in a large home.

  • Avatar jake April 17, 2016, 11:29 am

    Wonderful curved loft edge.

    Interesting sunken bed concept. If engineered right this could allow extra headroom in the bed-loft (bed between floor joists) and, or the space beneath (bed above floor joists and storage between floor joists). Obviously need to consider schooching into/out of bed. Thanks for sharing. Exposes me to a different idea, and the opportunity to see whether this inspires joy for me.

  • Avatar Mike April 18, 2016, 10:26 am

    I’m wondering where the cut-off is for the definition of a tiny house… seems like tiny is getting bigger and bigger every day.

    Let’s call them what they are – manufactured homes. It’s only a tiny house when it’s owner-built and 200 sq feet or less.


    • Avatar kristina nadreau May 12, 2016, 9:24 pm

      your definition is not the definition used by this site and Alex, the moderator.

  • Avatar KEITH POLLARD April 18, 2016, 11:33 am


  • Avatar Jenna April 18, 2016, 3:50 pm

    This house is gorgeous. Love the craftsmanship, However the recessed bed would be a pain in terms of cleaning. I own pets and have a child and know how hair, dirt , ect gets stuck in the strangest places and I see that being one of them.

  • Avatar KEITH POLLARD April 21, 2016, 3:07 pm

    thank you all for your comments, this is our first build at southeastern tiny homes. our web site should be up soon. this home is beautiful. we spent 100’s of hours on it. we learned so much. let me know if you have any questions. [email protected] is my email address. we will build whatever you want at your budget. thanks again keith

  • Avatar Emily c. May 12, 2016, 4:10 pm

    WOW! While I’m not a fan of the unpainted wood look, I have to say this is one of the most beautiful tiny houses I’ve seen. Great attention to detail. Of course for me I would tweak some thing to better suit me, I really love the high end look of the house.

  • Avatar Elizabeth May 12, 2016, 7:25 pm

    Fantastic build, some amazing ideas employed here, and beautiful craftsmanship, the pride of work is evident. One question? What weight is each axle rated for, please? Typically anything I’ve seen at 24′ or over has a triple axle trailer rated at 7500lbs per axle. I imagine the GVW is around 13,000 lbs? Or, would be with a person’s belongings and a washer/dryer added? Forgive me if it’s mentioned in comments, I don’t read them unless they’re Cahow’s. Thanks in advance!

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan May 12, 2016, 11:18 pm

    Someone mentioned that they would prefer storage under the bed, but that sunken bed has storage all around it. There are holes to lift up those lids, so all the area around the bed is storage. Pretty cool idea…I love the use of all those rich, romantic, stained woods everywhere. Gives the whole place a cottage-like appeal…beautiful.

  • Avatar Andrea May 15, 2016, 9:50 pm

    Sure wouldn’t mind seeing a photo of the dinette or couch area…

  • Avatar Porcsha May 17, 2016, 1:49 am

    The more money these THOWs cost, the more I am starting to think these homes are pointless. The land is a huge expense if you don’t own it. There are homes that are bigger and cheaper that you can remodel to fit your needs on land with a basement for crafting or whatever! Tiny homes seem like too much trouble. The object is to lower stress and spend more time with family. The only people who can afford these homes are people who are selling their current with some equity in it.

    The poor, disabled and elderly really need these homes and cannot collect reclaimed items and save/store them without help and these are the people that are in need of these homes! This article and the previous article have ruined my optimism to own a tiny home of my own. I give up!

    • Avatar Michael L October 14, 2017, 12:59 am

      Gee Porcsha, exactly how do you know who can afford these homes? Or that everyone’s object is to lower stress and have more family time?

      Homes have been featured here from under $2000 and up.

  • Avatar Nanny M October 13, 2017, 5:57 pm

    Breathtakingly beautiful woods!

  • Avatar sara October 15, 2017, 1:36 am

    This is very pretty. I love the shower, and the bathroom sink. I would need more windows that you could see out of, though.

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