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$15K Micro House on Wheels with Built-in Breezeway

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After looking at tiny homes every day for years, it takes a lot to surprise us! But this lime green micro tiny house is truly one of a kind. The unique layout includes a bathroom and bedroom, completely separated by a mini patio area/breezeway — but it’s all built on one 12-foot trailer.

The budget build comes in at $15.7K, and it’s designed as a tent-on-wheels to accompany you on camping trips and provide a clean and dry spot to sleep at night. That said, one person with a sense of adventure — who was living in a warm climate — could probably live in this full-time. It’s for sale in Auburndale, Florida.

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Unique Lime Green Tiny Home: $15.7K

There’s a mini patio between the two house sections!

At night, café lights glow in the dark.

A sturdy door keeps the bedroom safe at night.

A little bathroom means no bathhouse trips in the middle of the night.

You even get a storage vanity and a shower stall.

I like the unique ceiling fan choice.

There’s a similar fan in the bedroom.

A twin bed gives you a cozy place to rest at night.

And a large TV is mounted to the accent wall for your enjoyment.

You can store bags under the bed.

Looking from the bedroom to the bathroom.

The whole trailer is only 12 feet long! Extra tiny.

The one window is about as large as the door.


Calling all outdoor enthusiasts! Are you ready to embark on your next adventure? Allow us to introduce you to Venice, the custom micro home. This incredible camper has been meticulously designed and crafted to perfection, ensuring that every detail is just right. Built on a preowned trailer bed with brand new tires, Venice is not only reliable but also ready to take you on the wilderness adventure of a lifetime.

One of the standout features of The Venice is its lightweight construction, making it incredibly easy to tow. Whether you’re navigating winding mountain roads or cruising along scenic coastal highways, this camper will effortlessly follow you wherever your wanderlust leads. With its compact size and aerodynamic design, you’ll hardly even notice it’s there. But don’t let its small footprint fool you. Inside, Venice is a true marvel of ingenuity. While it may resemble a tiny home from the outside, step inside and you’ll discover a cozy and functional living space that’s perfect for a small getaway.
The camper features a separate sleeping area, ensuring that you have a comfortable and restful night’s sleep after a day filled with outdoor exploration.

Imagine waking up to the sound of birds chirping and the gentle rustling of leaves. Step outside of your bedroom to your private courtyard patio area and truly embrace nature from the comfort of your own doorstep.

This micro home comes fully loaded with premium insulation, Heater, AC, smart TV, mini refrigerator, Microwave, full size bathroom, storage, and mattress. Delivery can be provided upon request for an additional fee. Priced to sell! Come take a tour today!


Bathroom :41×74
Bedroom: 56×74
Mini Court yard style patio area: 39×74

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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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  • Marsha Cowan
    February 19, 2024, 7:45 pm

    Interesting. . .🤔

    • Ben Galforests
      February 20, 2024, 1:20 am

      Interesting, indeed. I’ll be up all night trying to figure out why it was built…

      • Marsha Cowan
        February 21, 2024, 9:34 pm

        Well, it’s safer than a tent, and has it’s own little private outdoor space with no sand, just a nice clean floor. Having your own bathroom when camping is a definite safety feature. I have camped out for most of my life, and getting up to hike to the bathroom in the night is scary.

      • Ben Galforests
        March 5, 2024, 10:51 pm

        The selling price has dropped from $15.7K to $8.5K.

  • Maria Kentala
    February 20, 2024, 7:26 am

    OK where is the mini frig and microwave? Didn’t see it in pictures. Also if it is raining out and you have to go to the bathroom you get all wet. Who needs a courtyard? That space could have been used for a little kitchen.

    • Ben Galforests
      February 21, 2024, 12:30 am

      It is built on a light-duty utility trailer, with a single axle. So, the current weight of the structure, as-is, is probably near the maximum load for the trailer.

    • Marsha Cowan
      February 21, 2024, 9:36 pm

      It doesn’t say, but there could be clear corrugated roofing over the patio.

  • Donna Rae
    February 20, 2024, 3:00 pm

    I’m all for unique designs but they need to make at least some sense. Some may appreciate having a tiny outdoor space like this but for me, I’d rather have it be interior space. If I want to be outside, I’ll just step out a door. Give me more interior space, for sure!

    • James D.
      February 22, 2024, 12:30 am

      A lot of designs, like breezeways, are based on practicality…

      Usually, because of things like what’s simply easier to build, in a given time limit, level of skills, desired ease of towing, etc. but people also have preferences like those who prefer the bathroom be separate from the living space, especially in a very small space that a gap may be the only solution for…

      While there’s also the fact it’s DIY and with single axle light duty trailer, which limits how much weight you can put on it and leaving a gap is a weight reduction option… Not to mention separation also means not having to worry about dealing with excess moisture in the living space, which in a tiny space would easily require things like dehumidifiers and other additions to handle it.

      So it definitely makes sense, it’s just reasons that may not apply to you and what you would have built, using different resources, different preferences, different trailer to build on, different budget, etc.

      Mind, design options can be limited by available materials, weight restrictions, limits of building skills, intended functionality within the given size space, and so forth…

  • February 25, 2024, 8:04 am

    I like the concept. In architecture these are called dog trot houses, popular in the Smokey Mountains of old, and old Florida. Allows for natural air conditioning. That being said, I would like to have a living area for the home to be considered completely inclusive as a full time home. Nice idea and cute!

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