This is a 24′ tiny house on wheels that features 250 sq. ft. of living space.
It is built and sold by Westcoast Outbuildings out of North Vancouver, Canada.
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Lilooet 24′ Tiny House on Wheels
- 250 sq. ft.
- 24 ft. long THOW
- Lofted master bedroom
- 1 bathroom
- Propane water heater
- Double pane windows
Westcoast Outbuildings is one of Canada’s premier builder of Small Modular Buildings. We offer our clients creative & cost-effective eco-friendly solutions to expand your living spaces. No need for costly, time-consuming home renovation, remodeling or outright relocation.1
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No bathroom wall or door? I am a fairly progressive thinker, but I don’t wish to share everything.
I was thinking the same thing – I do like how little space it takes and how it’s tucked in the corner, but I need at least a curtain. Some things should remain private
I can see a wall in the floor plan.
Seems they’re just taking the modular approach for custom building, everything can be moved around like modules for the kitchen, bathroom, etc. So they can customize it for how their clients want it to be laid out…
So things like interior walls are what’s left for last once the layout is finalized… Notice the lack of furniture, bed, etc… It’s basically a blank slate and not yet finished, leaving everything open to be changed…
It’s a good thing you explained this, James D.. It really DID need explaining…
I have to say this is probably the one I dislike the absolute most inside and out ! too square too white and no wall for the bathroom
The interior could use a little more white…..