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Black Pearl Tiny House by Nomad Tiny Homes

This is the Black Pearl tiny house on wheels by Nomad Tiny Homes in Austin, Texas.

It features 200 sq. ft. in the lower level and an additional 60 sq. ft. loft that fits a queen bed.

The home is 23.5′ long and is built with beautiful birch plywood throughout the inside.

Available now for $39,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

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  • Kathy June 28, 2016, 12:10 am

    LOVE it! For 23.5′ it has many of the items lacking in other houses – teriffic hanging space under the stairs, and more storage for clothing in other cubbies. Nice headspace in the loft…great to see a good sized fridge. I am thinking I might only need to add a countertop Breville or Cuisinart convection oven to be perfect. I love the birch plywood treatment – it gives a bright and contemporary feeling……sort of a Scandanavian vibe. The pricetag is quite reasonable if it is for this house, as shown. Nice job!!

  • Rita June 28, 2016, 12:18 am

    Awesome job. Looks good, great price!

  • Eric Oplinger July 3, 2016, 6:31 am

    Nice built house for the price. Can’t tell what the wood siding and trim are made of on picture. Standard wood siding don’t last unless it is made of composite siding.

  • Sara Ferguson July 9, 2016, 12:45 am

    i love the whole layout, the only thing i wish i would see more of is the bathroom.

  • Mary July 24, 2016, 2:57 pm

    Now tall is the tallest place in the loft? Thank you.

  • ZACHARY E. MOHRMANN July 25, 2016, 11:27 am

    Beautiful interior…! And a snappy name… But how you going to get this into a neighborhood of folks who lived in some houses for years to accept this in their neighborhood… We need to be able to be accepted into communities not stand out, and become a pariah…! If you’re trying to keep this thing of ours alive, you must be socially acceptable, not an outcast for them to look to get rid of… I read everyday how people are saying they have no place to put these houses… Well how do expect to put them anywhere when no one wants something so different then theirs living next door to them…? These homes all though smaller must be able to fold into the mainstream of life, in order to be socially acceptable.. They need to look like they fit in, but smaller then others…. However sad this may sound, we all know this to be true, social acceptance is the key to mainstream life among others who are more fortunate than us….! No one wants to live next to the city dump right…? Houses in those neighborhoods are referred to as ghettos correct…? We do not want to be called ghetto dwellers, we only want to live a simpler life without the higher costs of living is all.. I hate to have to say this, it actually behoves me too, but I have looked at this problem of ours from all sides, and what we may sometimes call repurposed they call trash…! I don’t know how to make this sound any better than this, but this is what it all boils down to… Life is not always a bed of roses, and unless you have a piece of land in which does not interfere with mainstream life, where you can put your treasured home, you need to fit the part… Sad, very, very, sad…. But unfortunately true……..

  • Sandra August 10, 2016, 4:14 am

    I like the look of the outside of this house. Nothing to be ashamed of – if black offends then paint it. There are 3 houses in my parents development that are dark & monochromatic. It’s a design thing. Acceptance will be more based on you as a neighbor, is your house and area clean? Are you kind and curtious? Or are you a nutter that raves about acceptance. ?

  • Tim Roy August 25, 2016, 8:49 pm

    Finally. Great design at a reasonable price.

  • Lisa E. September 2, 2016, 2:12 pm

    Would like to see the bathroom accommodations. Very nice build; love the birch.

    As for places to put our THOWs, we need to develop a new mentality of people coming together, pooling their resources and purchasing enough land on which to put a small community (say four to six THOW’s).

    I recently saw a very nice piece of land for sale in Portland, OR. The asking price was $34,000. If six people chipped in, that would be $6,000, per person for the land. As long as everyone agrees to be sane and reasonable in their behavior and be good tiny housers, Tiny House Communities could fit in very nicely.

    And if one or more person(s) have a THOW that doesn’t match the surrounding architecture, careful fencing and/or plantings could solve that problem.

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