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This is the Evolution RV tiny house by City Design. From some angles, this tiny house looks like it doesn’t have windows, but it most definitely does! It has various window slits and the rear doors swing wide open making it a great option for a traveling artist.

The tiny house is off-grid ready and built on a 20-foot trailer with water tanks and a solar system. It’s listed for $35,000 out of Lake Havasu, Arizona on Tiny House Listings. What do you think of this tiny house?

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Evolution RV Tiny House for $35,000

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This is the Simply Tara tiny house built for a client by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses out of Durango, Colorado.

They were even able to get the clients tiny home approved legally as a detached accessory dwelling unit on their property.

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It’s an 8×26 Tiny House on Wheels Built With Structurally Insulated Panels

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This is the My Tiny Hideout tiny house rental in Sherwood, Oregon.

It’s an MJ Boyle tiny house build, part of her tiny house village alongside My Tiny Perch, My Tiny Bird House, and My Tiny Wine Wagon.

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My Tiny Hideout Tiny House With Forest Views

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Images via Michelle/Airbnb

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This the Beach Bohemian tiny house on wheels by Tiny Heirloom and it has a first-floor bedroom with bunk beds! It also features a rear-entry way which happens to be slightly covered thanks to the cantilevered loft area directly over the entrance. I really like the yellow french doors too, inside, they are contrasted with red which is pretty cool.

Stepping inside, you run right into the living area and the kitchen. You’ll also find bunk beds on the main level, a full bathroom with a composting toilet, and a very livable tiny home on wheels overall, don’t you think? Bravo, Tiny Heirloom! 🙏🎉

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Beach Bohemian THOW by Tiny Heirloom… It Has A Real Bedroom With Bunk Beds!

Beach Bohemian THOW from Tiny Heirloom

Images © Tiny Heirloom

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This is the 36ft long and 10ft wide ‘Moby Dick’ tiny house shell built by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses out of Durango, Colorado.

Technically the trailer base is 34′ long, but they wanted a four foot cantilever over the tongue that would serve as a “walk in closet”, so in the end the house averages out to 36′ long.

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36ft Moby Dick Tiny House Shell by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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Photos © Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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This is the 35ft Valhalla Tiny Home on Wheels by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes.

It’s a deluxe, custom built tiny house that’s inviting, spacious, and bright. It’s built on a 28ft gooseneck trailer and has a 7ft deck loft which gives you a bedroom with over 6ft of head room.

The open floor plan gives you a great room with an L-shaped sofa with built-in storage and stained glass pendent lighting. The walls are tongue and groove pine wainscoting and the floors are made of beige cork.

The Beautiful 35ft Valhalla Tiny Home on Wheels by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes

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Images © SimBLISSity Tiny Homes

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This is the story of a woman’s blissful 24ft Gooseneck Tiny Home on Wheels built by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes. JJ’s Place is a perfect blend of rustic funk and fine craftsmanship.

This unique tiny home was built on a 24ft Gooseneck trailer with an additional 7ft “upper deck” which provides a bedroom with 6ft of headroom.

The bed platform was cantilevered out over the cozy living room seating area to provide room for a closet and shelving plus under bed storage.

Woman’s 24ft Gooseneck Tiny Home on Wheels by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes

Womans Blissful 24ft Gooseneck Tiny Home by SimBLISSity Tiny Homes 001

Images © SimBLISSity Tiny Homes

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Patrick and the Rewild Homes team built the custom Ptarmigan extra wide tiny house for a senior who wanted a bedroom and ensuite bathroom on the main floor to avoid having a loft with stairs or a ladder.

Image © Exploring Alternatives

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Adam from HoneyBox INC. built this stunning off-grid shipping container cabin on top of a mountain in British Columbia, Canada.

The cabin is built with three 20 foot shipping containers. The middle container is bolted to a cement block foundation using twist locks, and the two outer containers are cantilevered using lashing rods.

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Man Builds Stunning Off Grid Shipping Container Home on Mountain Top

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