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The eXpanse 2.0: A 300-sq.-ft. Tiny House with Real Bedroom

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This is the eXpanse tiny house (2.0) by Tiny Heirloom. This little house is not built on wheels, instead, it’s built on skids.

It’s designed to be multi-purpose. Meaning, one could use it as an accessory dwelling unit, a tiny home, a guest house, an office, or an AirBnB. It lives like a small one-bedroom apartment (300-sq.-ft.) and starts at $79,900. Learn more below!

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The eXpanse 2.0 Tiny House on Skids by Tiny Heirloom… Has First Floor Bedroom

This tiny house is 30ft by 10ft. Behind the door, a private bedroom!

Here’s a look at the floor plan from the side view… Pretty nice, right?

The Expanse 2 Tiny House on Skids with Real Bedroom by Tiny Heirloom

Images via Tiny Heirloom

The modern kitchen…

The bathroom…

Lives like a small studio apartment.

The modern eXpanse 2.0 micro house.

Construction process…

I like the floor to ceiling windows in the front.

The design has a good opportunity for passive solar.

This tiny home can do well in hot and sunny areas, when positioned correctly.

What do you think of the eXpanse 2.0 by Tiny Heirloom?

Can you see yourself in it?

If you’re a minimalist, this design could work pretty well.

It can also make for a pretty cool vacation cabin!

Or maybe even as student housing?

The floor plan for the Heirloom Expanse 2.0 (30′ x 10′)

The Expanse 2 Tiny House on Skids with Real Bedroom by Tiny Heirloom Floor Plan

Image via Tiny Heirloom


  • Designed for ADU, tiny home, office, Airbnb
  • Built on skids (NOT on a trailer)
  • 30ft x 10ft
  • Lives like a one-bedroom apartment (has private bedroom)
  • Built to ADU/ANSI 1192 code
  • Pricing starts at $79,900

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  • Alison
    July 9, 2020, 1:47 pm

    Not enough kitchen counter space for me, but it would work for some people. They’ve given priority to the bedroom and bath, which will be perfect for some situations.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      July 10, 2020, 2:02 pm

      Yes I am big on the kitchen and not so much the bathroom but everyone is different

    • Lantz
      July 11, 2020, 1:54 pm

      A nice size island with storage above and below it would be great. On the end facing the living room you could bump it in to make room for stools and eating.

  • ruth
    July 12, 2020, 12:11 pm

    I’d want a secondary means of egress from the bedroom. This could be an adequately sized window, or a door. I believe this may also be a matter of building code in some areas.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      July 13, 2020, 10:44 am

      Yes that’s certainly wise to have.

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