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Custom 28′ Tiny House on Wheels

This is a custom 28-foot tiny house on wheels for sale.

From the outside, you’ll notice cedar siding, a metal roof, and a beautiful bay window.

When you go inside, you’ll find the interior is unfinished but has space for a living room, kitchen, bathroom, and loft bedroom. It costs $36,000 unfinished, and $54,000 completely finished.

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Custom 28′ Tiny House on Wheels

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Natalie McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Scotland.




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  • Marsha Cowan April 27, 2016, 3:36 pm

    Maybe it’s because “tiny” houses have gotten so large that these prices seem so high. I remember only about 4 or 5 years ago, when I first saw tiny houses with Jay Shaeffer as the tiny house guru, that tiny houses were 14′, 16′ , maybe 18′ in length, compact, comfortable, and well organized. They didn’t necessarily have plumbing or washer/dryers, or other large house ammenities, but they didn’t need to. It was a tiny space to call home and get away from the throttling effects of ownership. Prices were $12, 000 for the most part, some a little higher, some a little lower, but all within easy reach of the average person looking to down size and live out of debt. I fear that much of the principle of tiny house living has gone by the wayside, and though most of the larger, more elaborate, more well equipped homes are beautifully built, they are edging us closer to that mortgage ridden, debt incurring lifestyle from which we were fleeing in the first place. I miss the old days. The homes were cute as kittens, easy to obtain or build, and simple to live in. Maybe I’m just old fashioned…

    • alice h April 27, 2016, 3:42 pm

      If you’re old fashioned might as well call me that too. Although I don’t totally subscribe to the notion that all tiny houses need to be at the lower end of size or finance that is where my heart is.

    • Maria April 28, 2016, 7:51 am

      Yup When Jay started making tiny houses you could afford to have one built. Now builders have gotten money hungry. I know that materials go up in price but not that much. I know that they need to make a profit. But when your charging three times or more the amount to build that is just plain old greed.

  • Gigi April 27, 2016, 4:09 pm

    Life is about choices. You can choose the size home you want, which amenities to include, and the decor that pleases you. Some people don’t mind having a mortgage, and that’s a choice, too.

    As far as the good old days go, I’ve come to realize that our brains remember selectively and tend to focus on what was pleasant. Yes, it was fabulous rolling pie dough with Gram in her wood stove heated kitchen, but going to the outhouse in the freezing cold wasn’t.

  • Carol Perry April 27, 2016, 4:58 pm

    I love the huge window in the front of the house and all the woodwork, it’s really beautiful! For me I would rather see it finished. It’s nice that you have a choice in the end to finish it the way you want to.

  • Kim April 27, 2016, 5:41 pm

    Two months of labor min. is at least a $10,000 expense. Add lumber and trailer and even moderate amounts of amenities and the price just goes up. The only tiny house I fear that will ever sell for 12K will be one that is self-built.
    Quirky and cute “little” house. Good luck, hope it sells for you!

  • Porcsha April 27, 2016, 6:17 pm

    I really like this THOW. The bedroom loft looks large enough get a nice, soft mattress that a couple can enjoy (take that how you want) without feeling claustrophobic in some slanted homes. The front Bay window adds a beautiful touch. I can’t wait to see it finished. Please keep us posted. Thanks for sharing!

  • Troy D. May 2, 2016, 10:20 am

    As far as cost of these tiny homes, I’ve read in a few different places that an average tiny home take somewhere between three and 400 hours to build. Multiply that out by about 65 an hour for a contractor, and you’ve got about $26,000 in labor to build a tiny house. (very rough figure here).

    If you look at something like hOME, built by Andrew and Gabriella Morrison, I believe they put about $32,000 with appliances into their home, which Andrew built himself. No labor included in this figure.

    Add the labor cost, and now, you’ve got about 58,000 in labor and materials. Once company start getting into spray foam insulation, high-end appliances, hardwood floors, high end windows, clear cedar siding, etc. A composting toilet is almost a grand! I can see that price shooting up beyond 70,000.

    I would say there’s quite a few tiny homes in this price range. As to building a place for $12,000, well the only way to come close to that is a DIY option, and plain Jane design. Maybe 150 sq. ft. A nice trailer alone is close to 4K. I spent $6K on my 28′, but painted myself to save $1000.

    I’m currently building a 12 x 28, and I’m somewhere about 50% complete, maybe closer to 65%. I haven’t totaled my receipts in a while, but I would say I’m nearing the 20,000 mark, and have yet to put any flooring, cabinets, trim or exterior siding. I would say I’m going to be pretty close to 30K, maybe 34K, but of course I’m also at 336 ft.². That’s material only.

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