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The Gracie Gypsy Wagon by Rolling Homes, Australia


Today we’re introducing you to Rolling Homes in Australia! They’re an amazing family-run tiny house company which specializes in gypsy/vardo-style builds (although they’ve also built a tiny house!).

Their first model, the Gracie, is a traditional roll-top gypsy caravan with a canvas roof and magical queen-sized bedroom nook. It has custom hand-painted artwork on the front and was sold for use as an Airbnb (you can book it here). That said, a caravan like this could make a great guest cottage, office space, or even a full-time home if you’re ok with finding bathroom facilities on the road like many van-lifers.

The home has a stunning vintage feel to it and stands out from the crowd. This model starts at $58,000 AUD )(~$41,000 USD). You can learn more about Rolling Homes here.

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This Family is Building Gypsy Wagons!

This adorable caravan features a canvas roof.

Inside there’s a queen bed on top, and lounge area underneath.

Sweet kitchenette area (Note: The Airbnb says there is no cooking allowed on site)

Now I could wake up here every day!

There’s something utterly magical about a caravan.

Stairs are included in this model.

Highlights:

  • “Gracie” Model
  • WIDTH: 2.25m (7.38 ft)
  • LENGTH: 5.4m (17.71 ft)
  • HEIGHT: 2.8m​ (9.18 ft)
  • Available as an Airbnb
  • Queen bed in back
  • Outdoor shower and sitting area
  • No cooking facilities
  • Built by Rolling Homes in Australia
  • Rolltop Gyspy Wagon style
  • Timber bedroom ladder
  • Space for double bed or theatre/cubby
  • Leadlight windows
  • 2 curved curtain rods
  • Polished timber kitchen bench
  • Polished timber dining table/workspace
  • Wardrobe/storage cupboard
  • Timber wall shelving
  • Polished timber bench seating
  • Stylish interior roof lining fabrics
  • Timber look 5mm vinyl plank flooring
  • Front porch
  • Detachable timber porch staircase
  • 3 antique internal wall lights with glass shades
  • 1 external wall light/lantern
  • 5 double powerpoints at convenient locations
  • Digital pin code entry locks
  • Durable all-weather DX12 canvas roof
  • Tandem axle undercarriage

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife and mama of two little kids. She and her family just purchased a small fixer-upper and are starting a self-sufficient homestead on their happy little acre.
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