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30 Ft. Rebekah Tiny House by Mini Mansions

Here’s a beautiful tiny house from a new-to-us company: Mini Mansions Tiny Home Builders!

We are a Veteran owned Custom Tiny Home Builder since 2015. Our homes are NOAH (National Organization of Alternative Housing) certified complete with 5 live inspections and seal. NOAH homes are certified for full time living. This featured home is our model, THE REBEKAH which is a 384ft square home with two large sleeping lofts. We have several floor plans that offer main floor master bedrooms or bring your own plan! Work one on one with our custom designer to select your options to make your home exactly as you want it to be! We ship anywhere in the United States.

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NOAH-Certified 384 Sq. Ft. THOW

There’s a flip-up countertop.

There’s a beautiful storage staircase.

A lovely two basin farmhouse sink.

Look at all the storage!

It’s nice to have a dedicated plant shelf.

I love the industrial lighting fixtures.

A three-burner oven.

Lots of beautiful finishes in here.

There’s a nice apartment-sized refrigerator.

I need that sign!

A retractable ladder leads to the second loft.

There’s a beautiful little living room with big windows.

You could fit a nice couch in here.

Here’s a look at the main loft.

Nice laminate flooring.

The THOW has nice shiplap walls.

Here’s the view from the other loft.

Here’s a pocket door to the bathroom.

There’s a stackable washer and dryer.

I love the basin sink!

There’s a nice shower stall.

So nice to have a linen closet.

There are some nice towel hooks.

Plenty of storage in here.

What do you think of this tiny house?

What do you think of the beautiful blue color?

Here’s the shed area for utilities.


VIDEO: Rebekah Tiny House


  • 376 square feet of living space
  • Home Measures 8′ wide x 30′ long x 13’6″ tall
  • Trailer size: 8.5’ wide x 30 long triple-axle trailer (21,000 lbs axels) 5 1/2″ x 3/8″ thick steel frame, with trailer brakes.
  • Home on wheels approximate weight 14,000 lbs
  • Sheet metal installed on trailer floor frame to protect Tiny House from all-weather elements and critters.
  • All framing reinforced with 1/2″ bolts at corners and base plates.
  • All 2×4 studs reinforced with hurricane straps.
  • All 2×6 roof trusses are secured with metal hurricane ties.
  • All exterior plywood wrap glued and nailed to studs.
  • R13 insulation in the walls, R21 insulation in the ceiling and floor
  • All water lines are run on the interior of the tiny home (hidden), to prevent from freezing and breaking.
  • All PVC grey water drain-pipes are stubbed out to bottom exterior of home. Sewer truck will need to be provided and installed by client or third party.
  • 100 AMP electric service
  • All plug- in receptacles are 12/2 20 AMP wire throughout home

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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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  • vee
    April 13, 2023, 8:50 pm

    Love it — love it all!!!

  • Liz
    April 13, 2023, 9:50 pm

    I really do love this TH! However, the retractable ladder is cheesy looking, the oversized kitchen sink takes up way too much counter space. A sink that size is unnecessary and just the fad right now. A couch wouldn’t work in the living room unless there was a lot less furniture. The floating shelf fad is just for looks and serves very little purpose.

    • James D.
      April 14, 2023, 2:59 am

      Actually, as the floor plan shows, a couch can work there. The space is just staged with what the builder had at hand for the photo shoot but it otherwise doesn’t come with furniture by default. While neither the sink or the shelving is a fad, just a preference that people can have and they do serve a purpose.

      Open shelving look in rooms with very different interior design styles, from farmhouse to minimalist, have been around for practically forever, going back literally centuries, and there is absolutely no reason to believe they won’t continue in one form or another well into the future.

      Similarly, double basin sinks have been around a very long time. Trends do change, and always will, but such designs just tend to cycle over time and thus keep coming back because they are functional and serve a purpose. So mustn’t be confused with fads that are only for short periods and don’t return…

      Individual preference just won’t always align with such choices but there’s very little that would…

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