This is a custom-built cargo trailer conversion tiny house on wheels for sale in Largo, Florida.
From the outside, it looks like an ordinary cargo trailer, doesn’t it?
But when you go inside, you’ll find a kitchen, bathroom, closet, bed, and storage throughout.
The asking price is $15,700. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Cargo Trailer Conversion Tiny House For Sale
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How could anyone stay in a tiny space without any windows , let alone sleep in there all night.. that would drive me bonkers..
Yes, I’d have to agree with that. And there isn’t always going to be good weather to be able to leave the door open either. But there are aspects of this that are nicely done. There is a toilet, sink, shower, one burner stove, bed. Nice coat closet accessible from outside. But not one window. Eeks!
I also agree, the aspects of this trailer are nicely done.. just add 3 or 4 windows , and I’d be good to go..
Personally my idea for a undercover tiny house would be to just have a heap of skylights with solar panels on the roof and perhaps a few air vents or thin openable windows around the top of the trailer so that you still have natural lighting and airflow while being undercover. You could also have a window with a metal cover that you could open when in safe areas or have a big sky light window if you wanted a view. It could also be possible to have a low lying whirly bird/roof vent like those on a shed for air ventilation as well to help with heat and air flow.
If in doubt look up is basically my opinion when it comes to stealth tiny houses, people can see the outside but the roof is less visible and you can always put curtains over a roof window if necessary for privacy or sun protection. You could even try that plastic roofing stuff, that Deek for RelaxShacks loves to use, for a skylight window as long as you make sure to keep sun protection in mind if planning to be living in a stealth house full time in a really sunny area.
1 window on either side, and its complete. No windows is a coffin.