Check out this itty bitty camper, called the “Keywest Simplicity,” built by Massachusetts builder, Coddiwomple. This is one of a couple of builds by Christopher Thompson and his team, and comes in at 8 feet wide, 12 feet long, and 6 feet tall.
It’s reminiscent of a blend between a teardrop camper and a Hobbit hole, with two porthole doors that bring you into the main living space. There are two round chairs that fit into the counterspace behind them, and a giant round bed. You can stand upright in the center, where there’s an awesome skylight.
Coddiwomple makes custom orders, and a model like this starts at $10,000. You can get in touch via his Facebook group here.
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The side windows flip up to let the fresh air in.
The shaded windows provide privacy.
Get a cross-breeze when you open both doors.
This round bed looks like an awesome place to relax.
Here’s the skylight for stargazing.
I could imagine reading a book here on a rainy day.
The chairs tuck right into the counter area here.
Love the mix of shingles and clapboards.
The staining on the wood looks cozy.
There is storage available underneath the bed.
Open it up wide on sunny days.
What do you think of this gem?
- 8 feet wide, 12 feet long, and 6 feet tall
- Starts at $10,000
- Massachusetts builder, Coddiwomple
- Large round bed
- Two round chairs
- Beautiful wood accents
- Skylight with standing room
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