This is the 425-square-foot Magnolia Tiny House on Wheels by Minimaliste. It’s a 10.5-foot wide and 36.5-foot long park model tiny home that’s built to withstand Ontario’s brutally cold weather.
This is a truly impressive tiny home where it seems that you hardly have to let go of any of the creature comforts of a normal home, apartment, or condo, am I right? It’s like the ultimate small house on wheels.
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10.5-Feet Wide and 36.5-Feet Long Magnolia Tiny House on Wheels
This tiny house is designed like many other tiny homes, only it’s a little bit bigger.
With more width, it’s easier to get the larger kitchen space.
As well as a regular, enclosed bedroom with walk-around-the-bed space.
There’s even space for a traditional living room space with a comfortable couch.
For some people, this might be too big for a tiny house.
But for many, this is the only way to comfortably downsize to tiny.
Wow, look at how big the bed is in the bedroom.
This particular tiny house bathroom features a composting toilet.
The bathroom with a modern lighted mirror.
The tiled shower.
The farmhouse kitchen sink.
Beautiful built-in entertainment center.
This is what you get with Minimaliste. 🙂
They are one of the best tiny house builders.
So much attention to detail.
Do you see yourself in a tiny house like this?
An extra-wide tiny house on wheels by Minimaliste.
The Magnolia tiny house on wheels by Minimaliste.
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Video Tour of the Magnolia Tiny House by Minimaliste
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Quite nice! To be considered a Park Model, though, it has to be less than 400 sf. This measure doesn’t include any possible loft spaces, so I’m guessing that for marketing purposes they are including that here.
Yes, spaces like lofts may not officially count to the total Sq Ft as far as the government is concerned but with tiny houses some people just choose to include it anyway because it’s still part of the home and they’ll still be using it regardless of whether it’s officially recognized or not.
Anyway, the 400 Sq Ft limit would be true in the states but this is in Canada where the limit is actually under 540 Sq Ft…
But not counting the lofts this is less than 400 Sq Ft, at around 383 Sq Ft. So could still qualify as a Park Model in the states too…
However, the main reason for the 400 Sq Ft limit is because that’s the threshold the US federal government considers the minimum before something must meet the minimum standards required to be considered a residential home that is intended for full time living.
So Park Models are limited to 400 Sq Ft because they are built under the RV building codes, which only covers recreational vehicles, and thus would be required to switch over to the HUD building code, the same as a Manufactured house, if they exceeded 400 Sq Ft…
Tiny Houses, on the other hand, are built more like Manufactured houses than they are RV’s because they are built to be lived in full time and don’t have to be on wheels but they don’t qualify for the HUD certification because that requires they be built in a HUD compliant factory and can’t be smaller than 320 Sq Ft…
But Tiny Houses under 400 Sq Ft can be viewed as Park Models as one of the legal means to have them allowed in certain areas as that avoids needing to create new legislation to cover them as they otherwise don’t fall into any other existing category…
However, examples like Oregon’s new optional Reach Code is starting to change that and provides a legal pathway for tiny houses, both on wheels and on foundations and even allows a THOW to be converted into a house on a foundation… Though, they’re still sticking to the 400 Sq Ft and under limit…
So tiny houses larger than 400 Sq Ft are still not directly addressed but they can be ADU’s and on foundations they can meet the minimum requirements in some areas for the local building codes…
Are all these pictures of the same tiny home??? The first picture shows dark ceilings and dark countertops in the kitchen, the second picture shows white ceiling with white countertops in the kitchen. I got so confused looking at all of them that I couldn’t figure out which picture goes with which house…..lol
Hi Susanne, thanks for noticing that! I got it fixed. It looks like one picture snuck into there that wasn’t of this house! My mistake.
Yeah, I noticed that, too. But the picture is still there.
Probably a glitch in continuity. Also, the videographers probably had more than one customization of the same model to choose from, depending on the available features they wanted to highlight, combining them all together to make one complete video.
No worries 😉 I just get confused by the details that I catch sometimes. Good and and bad trait to have 😊 Stay blessed!!!!
I’m glad you caught it and let me know so thanks again. 😀 Have a great day!!! Blessings to you too! 🙂
OMG… just think of the cost of transporting that monster… probably 1 gallon per mile. lqtm
The white makes the interior so bright; a good thing IMO. A bedroom where you can actually stand up to make the bed…I want it!!!
Now this is fantastic!
The first inside photo of this listing seems to show a different home than all of the rest of the photos… counter top is all black and ceiling is dark wood — different for the balance of the photos of the inside of this home.
looks great till you analyze it. No place for clothes…..let alone heavy coats for the winter. 3 sleeping spaces but only seating for 2???people on the couch???
Not enough hang-up space for my suits or performance clothes, let alone jeans, woven shirts and cowboy boots. It looks like they deliberately used a smaller flat panel and a smaller credenza to make the room look bigger. Where do you put your drink?
This Tiny Home has class and is perfect for 2 people. As stated above though, I would need some closet space and a stackable W/D. Other than that, it’s perfect…
Massive 425-Square-Foot Tiny House on Wheels w/ Spacious and Private Main Floor Bedroom — How to contact someone so i can but one?
Hi Phil — you can contact the builder here >>> https://minimalistehouses.com/contact/
Hi just have a question , hope you can help me figure out. I am planning on buying a tiny home I live on NYC and I am not planning to leave my job here any soon there’s any place near NYC I can live on my tiny home or do I need to buy land to park.
Well, that can be complicated as even when allowed restrictions are strongest where there’s high population density, such as cities, which will push for apartments as the preferred solution and NYC does allow apartments to be smaller than 400 Sq Ft. So it may require a long commute to get to where restrictions will be low enough to allow you options.
However, in the brief published by the Code Outreach Program, for NY’s Building Standards and Codes/Fire Prevention and Control department…. Quote:
“The 2020 Residential Code of New York State1(2020 RCNYS) includes the adoption of Appendix Q titled “Tiny Houses.” Appendix Q,applicable to tiny houses used as single dwelling units, defines a tiny house as “a dwelling that is 400 square feet (37 m2) or less in floor area excluding lofts”(see Section AQ102 of the 2020 RCNYS).”
Meaning it’s possible that some locations can start allowing Tiny Houses on foundations, but that doesn’t mean it’ll be affordable or you’ll get it permitted for an area you may want it…
So, alternatively, there are full time RV parks in NY that may be closer to the city and allow you to rent a spot for the whole year… Most won’t as it’s usually restricted to a limited time period but a few do allow full time camping. Just make certain of their requirements before acquiring a tiny house to make sure it will be accepted and have a few other park locations for backup in case things change…
Or you can consider a smaller apartment if the cost of the tiny house and renting a spot still ends up costing too much for your needs…
Though, there are older houses, especially in the suburbs around the city, that you may find small to tiny homes that were built before the 1950’s or consider converting a space that wasn’t originally a home as you may be able to acquire the property at lower cost and get incentives to renovate/remodel it…
There’s more than one way to achieve tiny living and the challenges of living in a city like NY can require a lot of creativity and compromises to make work, not to mention an indomitable will, especially with those running the city right now…