This is a converted cargo trailer tiny house that’s for sale.
It’s a 7′ x 16′ cargo trailer in Greensville, South Carolina.
Asking price is $15,000 USD.
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Converted Cargo Trailer Tiny House
If you’re interested please contact Bridget Peterson at 7eight1-7seven5-51one4. Or email bridgetpeterson2 AT gmail DOT com. Thanks!
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Love this…except for the picture windows. For someone else…it might be a nice edition…but I would want a trailer like this as a bug out camper and stealth. Love the feel of the inside with all the comforts of home. The bathroom and that shower. NICE!!! Thank you for sharing.
Tint the windows with a bullet proof sheath and enjoy the view.
I really like this trailer. I love the windows that allow a lot of lite into the unit. I did not see a stove but did see a fridge. What do you cook on, or did I miss it?
I love this place…very cozy in one sense, and very open in another sense. Pretty cabinettes and chairs. I like the way the windows encase the bed, letting in a lot of light, but not taking away valuable wall space. The bath was interesting, but couldn’t quite tell how it was set up. A few more pictures would be nice. Overall, a charming tiny house.
Love the design… Can you post some more details? Water capacity, power options, trailer weight, etc…
Seen this one already a week ago, but it’s not bad, I just don’t care for that big of a window….!
What type of vehicle do you need to tow something like this? Adorable.
Needs window treatments for privacy. Kitchen cabinets could use a fresh coat of paint, or refacing. Any details on mechanicals/HVAC/plumbing or electric service? Wiring for Internet/TV/audio? Good for vacation travel or a mobile office/jobsite accommodation when daily commuting might take too long. At least there’s the option of cooking your own meals and having a familiar bed to sleep in that nobody else used (except for the previous owner).
I see roman bamboo shades, Adina.