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Legacy Tiny House: A Traveling Tiny House Design From Tiny Heirloom

This is the Legacy Tiny House. It’s a traveling tiny house design by Tiny Heirloom.

It’s a no-loft tiny house design with a low roofline and main-floor sleeping, all in 24-ft. What do you think?

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24-ft. Traveling Tiny House By Tiny Heirloom With Main-Floor Sleeping

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This tiny house features a full kitchen, and there’s space for a washer/dryer too.

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It’s a 24-ft. tiny house on wheels with a lower roofline for lower weight and easier towing.

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Those features make it a great option for a traveling tiny house.

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Here’s the floor plan.

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3D Video Tour of the Legacy Tiny House by Tiny Heirloom


  • The Legacy
  • Re-birth of their Vantage model
  • Designed for the traveler
  • Sleeping for up to four people
  • Oversized windows
  • Weighs under 10,000 lbs.
  • Built on trailer
  • 2×4 framing
  • Shed style roof
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Main floor bedroom, fits a queen bed
  • RVIA Certified
  • Starts at $52,395 USD

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  • michael Edward hale
    February 20, 2021, 7:26 am

    I find this design / product to be utterly charming. It is not apologizing for being a trailer while advocating small living… which is smart. The buyer will consider the lifestyle of small, since what is left out is the stuff.
    We can live without the stuff. All that is remaining is deciding who gets your stuff… your leave behind stuff.

  • Mary McGuirk
    February 20, 2021, 6:35 pm

    I do not understand why tiny home builders do not build WETROOMS instead of tiny shower stalls…a wetroom lets you have a full sized shower and use the toilet as a seat if you wish. The SINKS that go over the tank of the toilet make more sense to me too. A bigger one than the commercial variety is possible.

    • James D.
      February 21, 2021, 12:14 am

      Well, they actually do, there are tiny houses with wetrooms but it’s not something most people prefer as they’re usually striving to make them as much like a traditional house as possible…

      Mind, wetrooms do have negatives. Everything in a wetroom can and will likely get very wet and that can make it hard to put anything you may not want to get wet in the bathroom. Wetrooms can get steamy and damp, unless you have very good ventilation. The Wetroom floors get wet and slippery, which could be a issue if someone comes in after someone else has used the shower and have to deal with a wet floor to do their business… Finally, wetrooms can be more expensive because you have to waterproof the entire space and that includes most of the walls, which usually also means the whole space has to be tiled too…

      There are definitely reasons to consider it but also reasons why not everyone chooses to…

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