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Medieval-Style Tiny House on Wheels with Balcony

Take a look at this 274-square-foot tiny house that’s for sale in Motley, Minnesota. By far, the most notable feature of this tiny house is the balcony, which you access via a door in the loft bedroom. Not only does it act as a necessary fire exit, but it provides you with a lovely spot for stargazing or sipping a morning cup of coffee.

Inside you’ll find a pretty standard THOW layout, with a living room at one end and the kitchen and bathroom on the other end. The sturdy steps that lead up to the loft hide a number of storage compartments, many of which feature slide-out shelves that make it so much easier to see what you have stored. The bathroom includes hook-ups for a washer and dryer unit. You can buy it for $75,000.

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Epic THOW w/ Balcony Off Loft Bedroom

The bay window adds extra space to the living room.

I love the wrap-around faux stone on the bottom of the THOW.

Here’s a better look at the balcony.

This awesome door looks like it belongs on a castle.

The exposed beams are gorgeous!

Looking out at the kitchen.

What perfect on-theme lighting fixtures.

A rustic, but sturdy staircase to the loft.

Awesome pull-out shelves!

Those doors open to the balcony.

Here’s the view looking in from the balcony.

You could easily sit out here!

A large under-mount sink in the kitchen.

The oven with four burners. Smaller than “standard” but still plenty functional!

The bathrooms have the same countertops and also a basin sink.

Feel like you’re scrubbing up in a washbasin of olde.

Your washer/dryer could go here.

A standard shower stall with a removable shower head.

Sturdy “foundation” for your home.

Here’s the hot water heater.

You can see the faux stones up close here.


  • $75,000
  • Custom-built tiny house that is designed to be able to be jacked up off trailer and placed on a foundation if desired.
  • Kitchen has granite countertops with gas range and range hood.
  • Bathroom has flush toilet, 35X36 shower, copper sink and washer dryer hookups.
  • Interior includes spray foam insulation and under stairs storage.
  • Utilities include 50A electric, 20 gallon electric water heater and 4 inch sewer hookup.
  • Exterior siding is cedar.
  • Access to rear deck is through the loft.

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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 three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Donna Rae
    November 6, 2023, 1:40 pm

    This is definitely special. Love the wood exterior…the perfect color! I do like the idea of stone on the exterior but would opt for some that didn’t include that pink color. It’s not terrible, I’m just not a “pink” person. Wow! That front door is a knock out and you had me at exposed beams! Love the hardware on them. The storage under the stairs is great. I think I would look into a small version of an induction range rather than gas but, again, that’s personal preference. I like having the option of putting my own style mirror in the bathroom but I’m wondering if they just hadn’t finished that last detail. Maybe I missed it but I don’t recall there being any hanging storage for clothes. LOVE the balcony! I might consider installing on-demand water heating because the one shown seems small. Well, duh, it IS a tiny house, right??? hahaha On-demand just makes more sense to me. Anyway, I give big kudos to the designer! This would be a nice place to live, for sure!

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