This is a stealthy and RV-certified 28-ft. cargo trailer tiny house. Well, I call it stealth but at this point it’s pretty obvious that it’s an RV since it has added windows. But other than that, one could very well assume it is still some sort of work trailer. Sometimes these are built out with skylight windows for added stealthiness.
I don’t think I have ever come across a cargo-trailer build that is stated to be RV-certified. For some, that may not even matter, but if one ever plans on staying in a campground an RV certification may help increase the odds to be allowed to park and camp onsite with a tiny house like this. So take a look and let us know what you think! Is this a style that you would ever consider?
This is the 2020 Roost12 from Perch & Nest. It’s a 1973 camper that has been refurbished into a modernized 12-ft. tiny house RV.
The original floor plan is still in play with the dinette that turns into a twin sofa bed, kitchenette, and bathroom with a dry flush toilet. The renovation includes IKEA cabinets, rooftop AC unit, custom-made pole & rope awning, refurbished vintage LP range, and more. What do you think? Have you ever considered a vintage trailer?
Here’s a gorgeous tiny house built on a Tumbleweed Trailer. It’s been home to Aja and Dan, and their cat, for the past four years. However, they’ve been given an opportunity to buy some land and are now planning on upsizing — so the home is for sale!
It features gorgeous skylights, a loft bedroom, galley kitchen with bright red refrigerator and a bathroom with a Nature’s Head composting toilet.
They’re asking $50,000, and it’s for sale in Margarettville, NY on Facebook Marketplace. You can scroll through their Instagram to see how they’ve been living in the THOW up until now.
Now here’s an awesome spot to enjoy your next vacation! In Bandon, Oregon you’ll find a quaint farm which is home to a little cabin tucked in the forest with cranberry bog views. Idyllic doesn’t even begin to describe it.
The cabin is simple, housing a queen-sized bed and a dressing area, and a little stove for warmth. There’s a lovely deck where you can enjoy a morning cup of coffee, as well. When nature calls, just walk over to the vintage caravan that has been transformed into a cozy bathhouse, complete with a horse trough tub perfect for soaking!
You can book your stay at this awesome place on HipCamp.
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