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WW2 Railway Train Car Turned Tiny House via Living Big in a Tiny House YouTube 001

This is the story of a World War 2 railway train car turned tiny house! It’s very artistic but also functional, for example, the large multi-functional sink in the kitchen and the rather spacious and luxurious bathroom. I think you’ll really appreciate this little home. According to Dan and Annabel, the couple who own it, they spent somewhere between $25,000-$30,000 to build it (including the cost of acquiring the train car).

One of the most noticeable features is how they cut a hole in the roof to add on a roof addition with windows that give you relaxing views, the feeling of more spaciousness, and it also helps ventilate the house during the summer as well as keep heat in during the winter. Just wait until you see the full video tour below then please let us know what you think of Dan and Annabel’s incredible train car tiny house in the comments. It’s pretty theatrical, isn’t it?

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They Turned A WW2 Railway Train Car Into A Theatrical And Functional Tiny Home!

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The Oki Tiny House Vacation in The Catskills Upper-State New York via atinyhouseresort-com 001

This is the Oki Tiny House in the Catskills of Upstate New York where you are approximately 2 hours away from New York City. It’s an ESCAPE ONE tiny home which features staircase to the loft space. This loft, by the way, has extra headroom and large windows.

On the main floor, there’s a couch that converts into a bed as well as a massive 13-ft. window beside your dining area. It’s a pretty epic tiny house, don’t you think? By the way, you can book a vacation here if you want to try it out and of course you can always quote and order an ESCAPE ONE or ONE XL here.

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The Oki Tiny House Vacation in the Catskills (Upper-State New York)

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1988 Airstream Excella for 25k via Beth Tiny Home Builders 001

This is a 1988 Airstream Excella for 25k out of Albans, VT via Beth/Tiny Home Builders.

It’s a 25-ft model, approximately 200-sq.-ft. inside, rebuilt to like-new condition, what do you think?

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Noyer Tiny House on Wheels by Minimaliste 0017

This is the Noyer Tiny House by Minimaliste. It’s an extreme-winter-ready tiny home on wheels that’s 30’x10.5′. It starts at 118,500 CAD and features a cozy but shareable living space with office, kitchen, living area, bathroom, and a sleeping loft.

The Noyer was built in close collaboration with a client from California. This house is quite different from our previous projects on many levels, including the roof slope and the bedroom layout. This unit, just like all of our houses, is meant to perform as well in a Californian climate as in a northern climate such as Quebec. The Noyer is intended to be inhabited full-time by a couple or a single person. Here’s a more detailed presentation of this unique model.1

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10.5-ft. Wide Noyer Tiny House by Minimaliste

Noyer Tiny House on Wheels by Minimaliste 001

Images via Minimaliste

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Jenna Spesard Tiny House Story via Tiny House Expedition on YouTube 002

This is the story of Jenna Spesard and she built a tiny house so that she can pursue her passion and dreams thanks to Tiny House Expedition/YouTube.

As Jenna puts it, tiny homes are dream fulfillment vehicles. She built her tiny house to pursue her passions for journalism and travel. The result: an amazing tiny house giant journey, from 25,000 miles of THOW travel to countless trips around the world. Along the way, Jenna has shared her personal tiny living experience and all kinds of tiny houses to inspire others to live their best lives.1

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She Built Her Tiny House As A Tool To Fulfill Her Dreams, “A Dream Fulfillment Vehicle”

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Beers with Tiny Houser Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey via Tiny House Expedition 002

This is a tiny house story session over beers with Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey and Alexis and Christian of Tiny House Expedition.

It’s really fun and insightful getting to sit alongside these wonderful tiny house people who have traveled thousands and thousands of miles with their tiny homes in tow and get to listen in and absorb some of their knowledge and experience! And, they’re super fun, too. Enjoy…

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Beers with Tiny Houser Jenna Spesard of Tiny House Giant Journey Alongside Alexis and Christian of Tiny House Expedition

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