This is a 28-foot Tailgater Tiny House on Wheels out of San Antonio, Texas. It’s listed for sale for $45,500 on Tiny Home Builders Marketplace.
It was built in 2018 and features a kitchen, bathroom, living area, sleeping area, washer/dryer, air conditioning, solar panels, a metal roof, cypress ship-lap siding, LED lighting, dual pane windows, and a New York ‘modern/country’ flair. What do you think?
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224-Square-Foot Tailgater Tiny House on Wheels: $45,500
Images via Tiny Home Builders
Images via Tiny Home Builders
New York modern country flair. Includes shower with tub, kitchen, living area, sleeping area, includes solar panels, washer/dryer, 8′ x 28′. Closed cell foam insulation, high wind load, appliance package included, wired for internet and cable, engineered wood flooring, mini split AC/Heating, metal roof, cypress ship-lap siding, recessed LED lighting, dual pane windows. Code compliant and includes certificate of completion from City of San Antonio.
Learn more: https://www.tinyhomebuilders.com/tiny-house-marketplace/tailgater
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Beautiful! Works for me.
Too dark and too claustrophobic. It is the blitz that lights up the room. The materials are too dark for such a small space.
Hmm. I keep having the same thought when I see most THOW’s. Are tiny houser’s nudists?
Once again, I see no obvious storage for clothes. How I long to see a closet of some sort — yet Zyl Vardos seems to be the only designer who consistently offers them.
People often get creative with storage in a tiny house, so often you’d have to look for the not obvious. Like many use the stairs for storage, along with the bed, and even the walls, floors, ceiling, benches and cabinets… Or they may just prefer furniture like wardrobes or don’t require it be enclosed and use a hanging bar or other solution instead…
Though, not all of these are intended for people to stay for long periods… This one is called “Tailgater”, as in the glamping before a sporting event tradition, after all… and many are being made for rental properties like AirBNB’s…
But you should check out examples like “Erin Adams: Living the Dream in a Tiny House!” on Youtube… For an examples of a tiny house with lots of clothing storage…
I don’t see a refridgerator. It is very masculine. Looks like a young college students dream.Also it looks like quite a leap to the steps up unless it is well hidden.