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Family of Four’s Double Loft Tiny Home on Wheels!


This is a family of four’s double loft tiny home on wheels built by Alpine Tiny Homes!

28 ft bumper pull.  2 lofts, composting toilet, water heater, solar system with back up fuel-less generator, 33″ apron sink, tons of storage and enough counter space for the whole family to sit down and eat.  The kids have a split loft that includes a TV and desk on each side for each child.

Family of Four’s Double Loft Tiny Home on Wheels!

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© Alpine Tiny Homes

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Related: 28′ Gooseneck Trailer Tiny House by Alpine Tiny Homes

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  • Jennifer Harris January 26, 2017, 9:38 am

    If I wanted to venture on a few years course of building a tiny contemporary home with my 12 year old boy, where would I begin and how would I find the right plans for 2 people who have never built and one is a much older mom? We live near Austin/San Antonio. Thanks!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie January 27, 2017, 8:14 am

      Hi Jennifer, it might be a good idea to take a tiny house workshop of some sort, or a basic class on carpentry before you get started. Then I’d recommend just searching through our archives and finding a house you really like and trying to find/make plans that suit it 🙂

    • Eric June 9, 2018, 5:28 am

      Jennifer… as Natalie says, take a woodworking class to start with… you never know you might be brilliant at it. Then again, you might not.

      I’d also determine what you need and what your son needs, especially going forward. Assuming you were to start next year, he’d be 13ish and if it takes 2 years to build, not unreasonable for first time builders working on the construction after working hours (although for all I know you might not be working).

      Plan. Plan. Plan for the future because it’ll be here sooner than you think. Keep in mind privacy for you both. Determine what you “need” and what you “want” and don’t let your wants push away any needs.

      And if you can… go and see a lot of tiny homes in your area where you could have a looksee and determine what “might” work for you and what definitely “wouldn’t” work for you.

      Finally, I’d make sure that as far as possible that you have your financial ducks all lined up in a row so that you aren’t hobbled with debt on the TH.

      Best of luck

      PS… personally I love, love, love Jewel Pearson’s house… see: https://www.littlethings.com/jewel-gypsy-soul-tiny-house/

  • Marsha Cowan January 26, 2017, 11:04 am

    Wow! This is so nice. I love the way they did the kid’s loft. And the living area is so cozy. Nice colors scheme in the kitchen area with the grays and white, but that bathroom is enough to sell this house to me. What an amazing layout! This is really a great family home.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie January 27, 2017, 8:07 am

      Just when I think I’ve seen it all 🙂

  • ZACHARY E MOHRMANN January 26, 2017, 12:42 pm

    Interesting Huge Tiny House…! I like that the owner had chosen to go with plain wood walls, then breaking it up with the Kitchen cabinets, and other..The beautiful tile wall shower stall and bath is a real great choice as well…! It really makes for a beautiful tiny house….

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie January 27, 2017, 8:04 am

      Love the tile!

  • Rick C January 26, 2017, 7:55 pm

    This is pretty nice. I like the split-room loft. I know I’ve seen that done before on this site–I wonder if it was the same model or two people coming up with the same idea.

  • kevin January 27, 2017, 11:52 am

    I don’t see any closets or really any privacy.

  • Melissa February 1, 2017, 11:24 pm

    Wouldn’t change a thing! Absolutely perfect for a family! Though I would add a folding Japanese-style screen or something similar for privacy in the adult’s loft. Seriously, intimacy is a big part of sharing a bed but I don’t need an audience, haha! Love this THOW!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee February 3, 2017, 6:12 am

      Haha I agree Melissa 🙂

  • ROSEE February 2, 2017, 1:06 pm

    Nice work all around! And the fantastic view of the mountains, WOW!

  • Julie Brown February 10, 2017, 8:02 pm

    I know envy is a bad trait, but wow I wish I wish I wish. Well done to you your home is divine.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee February 13, 2017, 9:00 am

      Haha it’s hard not to envy a little on this site!

  • Kizinga Fleming October 30, 2017, 4:26 pm

    Hey, thanks for sharing this. I’d like to customize this to accommodate entertaining company. Is there a way I can get a copy of the floor-plan?

  • Martin Shell October 30, 2017, 10:35 pm

    With the exception of a little privacy for the adults , this is my favorite THOW that I have seen on here so far. It actually has a “home”
    quality that is hard to put into words. Great job !!

  • Karen Blackburn June 11, 2018, 5:16 am

    of just privacy for the adults, the kids need it just as much. As a kid of 7/8 there was nothing I liked better on a wet day than to curl up in my room and read a book, with the door shut for quiet and privacy. We lived in a tiny house at this time as dad was working away from home and we moved with him, to a motel (not sure if same as US motels or not, was in New Zealand) where we lived for a year in what was basically a 3 room plus bathroom house. 2 tiny bedrooms for us kids and mum and dad slept in the living area. But those tiny rooms had doors so we could be sent away to give Mum and Dad time alone but also we got time to ourselves. As Mum and Dad were also building our house at this stage and we lived in 3 rooms plus bathroom and a cupboard for cooking in for years I can safely say that privacy is necessary. I love tiny homes, probably because I have lived in so many over the years, but much as I like many of the designs on this site I would put curtains or screens along the front of all the lofts or downstairs sleeping spaces for privacy. Curtains around beds evolved for just this reason and it is wrong to expect people to constantly live in view of everyone else.

  • Lanette June 11, 2018, 11:16 pm

    With the rising of housing costs, I am very much interested in home ownership to get myself out of paying high rent prices. I live in the state of Nevada and I am a teacher here. For now, it’s just myself, my puppy and a cat. My question is, do you know about where I might be able to buy land here or where one parks a tiny house like this one in Nevada?

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