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312 Sq. Ft. Log Cabin Tiny House on Wheels

This is a 312 sq. ft. log cabin-style tiny house on wheels.

It’s located in Chattanooga, Tennessee and for sale for $59,900.

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  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN September 9, 2016, 10:44 am

    A well thought layout…!

  • Sharee September 9, 2016, 10:49 am

    Somebody take away their special photo lenses!

  • Abi September 9, 2016, 11:10 am

    Meh, it’s O.K, probably would have liked it more if hadn’t attracted me with a log cabin tag – a box covered with logs isn’t really a cabin. Love the lofts and the stairs but that “seat” for the lounge area – nope, I like to relax in my home and I wouldn’t want to sit on that at a bus stop after a hard day on my feet let alone in my lounge. Like that it has a washing machine and the bathroom definitely is a smart choice of location – a slightly better built in and it might balance the washer in the bathroom rather than a loo in the laundry room feel. Nice layout, just a bit of mis-marketing and a few personal to me design choices.

  • Emily c. September 9, 2016, 3:58 pm

    While I don’t care for the outside, it looks too much like a rectangle box with faux log siding. I really like the layout of the inside. The kitchen cabinets are beautiful and the shower is really nice. I couldn’t tell if there is a pocket door for the bathroom. I hope so, unlike my dog I can’t do my business in public. I also would have problems with the stairs. I’m afraid if I have to go downstairs at night I might break my neck.

  • ROSEE September 9, 2016, 5:21 pm

    Really looks like a nice and clean stream-lined set up, but I don’t understand the reason for photo-shopping to make it look like everything is hugely built. What’s wrong with just taking pictures of this tiny house just the way it is?

  • Large Marge September 9, 2016, 9:41 pm

    Very usable kitchen.

    Interesting take on alternating-tread stairs. We still want a slight ridge to restrain side-sliding feet.

    How much weight does the ‘log’ exterior add?

    Does the bench convert to a recliner?

  • Carol Perry September 10, 2016, 5:10 am

    I have to agree with some of the comments above. It’s a nice set up but the build in couch doesn’t look like it would be comfortable, but it looks like it has a lot of storage underneath it, which comes in handy. I’m not crazy over the stairs to the lofts. I would like a handrail attached. I love all the woodwork through out the tiny home. I like how they have painted one of the walls in the loft area. The kitchen cabinets are really nice!! Enjoyed touring your place!! Carol🌻🌹🌷

  • Ray Comfort September 10, 2016, 2:53 pm

    Ya know, this is turning into a travel trailer site…….I guess I’m a bit naive to think that anyone would spend $60K on 312 sq. ft……..to me, tiny homes are about stiffing the bank for a mortgage, living on the cheap and spending hard earned bucks on things like seeing the world or pursuing a great education……Sorry man, I see nothing homespun here.

  • Susanne September 11, 2016, 11:43 pm

    I agree, turn bus stop into comfy couch, much better. Plus I’d take away those ugly and slightly dangerous small boxes sitting on top of each step.

  • Sandi B September 24, 2016, 4:31 am

    Hmmm, really not a log cabin just a big rectangular box with half logs on it, that just add weight and no aesthetics. I do not like the interior all that well either — and please leave the hotpink out of the bathroom. I agree, that the “special” lenses need to be left out of the equation. They add nothing but cause skewing that makes it difficult to figure out what it truly looks like. The kitchen seems awkward to me. I understand the stairs and like the split to each loft, but I do not think you need the alternating treads in this design. I really do not see where this is worth the asking price, anyone can throw a rectangle together for a lot less. Sorry, just not my cup of tea.

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