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320 Sq. Ft. Nampa Tiny House

This is the 320 sq. ft. Nampa Tiny House on Wheels with slide-outs.

It’s built on a 34′ gooseneck trailer by Tiny Idahomes in Nampa, Idaho.

Right now it’s for sale for $74,990. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

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  • Mary September 8, 2016, 1:52 pm

    It is a beautiful tiny home but the layout of the kitchen is nagging me about that corner that shows no access to the space in the kitchen. It makes no sense when storage spaces are at a premium. If the stove was a cabinet with lazy susan shelves, I’d feel better. There has to be an answer. The only thing that we don’t know yet is the possibility that access is from the outside for mechanical stuff or other maintenance things.

    • Kay Marshall September 10, 2016, 11:31 am

      One of the cabinets in my kitchen is built this way. The shelves simply go back into the corner. Very inconvenient. I’m a minimalist and decided not to use those shelves anymore. I was tired of crawling on the floor to get into the back of the cabinet. Even though cabinets were at a premium in this house, eventually I got used to not bothering with that space. After awhile, I didn’t even miss it! And that is the way it has been over the years of doing away with so much unnecessary ‘stuff’. I easily live in a small house…..

  • M. Hellman September 8, 2016, 5:13 pm

    Oh, no. Looks like a badly converted horse trailer.
    Too many tiny houses look like trailer conversions of some sort. Not a good look.

  • Gene Wiley September 8, 2016, 7:25 pm

    I like the room it has. The wood siding is a plus for myself. M. Hellmans comment might be from rounded roof. Maybe peaked would take that away. A peaked roof would look nice. Thank you for sharing

  • ROSEE September 8, 2016, 11:11 pm

    WOW! Lots of rooms, but it would have been nice to have more light to see what’s built in it.

  • Sandra Hahn September 9, 2016, 8:36 am

    yes I agree. the roof makes it seem very dark. needs a sky light or more top windows.

  • Large Marge September 9, 2016, 10:09 pm

    Instantly, everybody in the office crowded around this one. “It’s different…” was the repeated comment, then we realized… a railroad Pullman coach from the 1940s. Nice job!

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