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Modern 18 Ft. Tiny House in NJ

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This little 144 square foot tiny house on wheels is a perfect spot for a solo tiny house dweller! It fits all the basics into just 18 feet of living space!

You walk into a little living area where you can put a couple of chairs or a little couch. There are built-ins behind it for storage. A ladder takes you up to the bedroom loft, and beneath the loft is the little kitchen and bathroom. You get a flush toilet, shower stall, two-burner cooktop and fridge!

This brand new home is currently for sale in New Jersey, asking $43,200. You can contact the seller over at Tiny House Marketplace.

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144 Square Foot Modern THOW For Sale

I love the steely blue exterior.

Mini sink and a two-burner cooktop.

Bar seating and a mini refrigerator

Built-in bookshelf for storage.

Sit in chairs or get a little love seat.

Cozy bedroom loft area.

I have that vanity in my tiny bathroom. Love it.

Corner shower helps you get clean!


  • Built in 2020
  • 18’ trailer this tiny house
  • 7’6” wide, 12’ 3” tall
  • 144 square feet with a loft bed and storage
  • Framing on 3 5/8” metal studs-18ga
  • Longer life, no termites, lighter and strong
  • Exterior walls with insulated siding
  • Flat roof with EPDM membrane and PVC fascia
  • Finish floor vinyl plank
  • 5/8” drywall on walls and ceilings
  • Lower white kitchen cabinets with a butcher block countertop
  • Additional butcher block table with 2 stools
  • Kitchen appliances include stove hood, induction cooktop, microwave, and refrigerator with freezer.
  • Also, a Fujitsu mini-split heating-cooling and a 32” TV on a dual full-motion mounted bracket.
  • The bathroom includes a conventional toilet, sink, a corner glass shower
  • Rheem 6gal. water heater
  • Exterior electric and water hook-ups for washer and dryer.
  • The living room includes custom shelves with two Ikea Bingsta chairs and light fixtures.
  • The loft bed includes a Full-size mattress.
  • Schedule a viewing via email to [email protected]

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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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  • Brenda Foster
    December 19, 2020, 12:07 pm

    Wow…someone really thought of it all. Not normally fond of the modern look, but this unit has so much personality and floor space, that it gets my thumbs up! Curious to know the price. It is an excellent small trailer, and one that needs no apology. Kudos.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      December 21, 2020, 2:44 pm

      It’s selling for $43,200.

  • David Pedersen
    December 20, 2020, 3:37 am

    I am not crazy about the loft bed. Too congested with no escape hatch in case of an emergency At least a window would be appropriate to use as an escape.

    • Natalie C. McKee
      December 21, 2020, 2:40 pm

      A window would definitely be a good addition.

  • Bob H.
    December 21, 2020, 6:20 am

    Nice example of tiny. Would be great for use as a secondary vacation home or camper. Someone needs to market a hinged or pop top, assembled after transport, for a real loft area.

    • James D.
      December 21, 2020, 12:17 pm

      Those exist but they have their down sides…

      Namely, higher costs, more long term maintenance and/or more physical labor, or issues with weather proofing and insulating enough to handle extreme climates…

      Some do go modular, like either a modular house construction or alternatives like those who may stack containers to create additional floors but those typically need to be on foundations and that imposes local building code requirements, cost of a crane, permitting, site prep, impact fees, etc.

      Basically, generally easier to just not put the loft over something that needs standing height… Like putting the loft over a storage area, etc. that then lets you give the majority headroom to the loft to give it standing height space or do that for a walk way that can be next to the loft and then treat the loft as the bunk bed space. So you can stand next to it and getting in and out would be more like getting in and out of a regular bed… Or go with a larger or longer THOW that then can just have a bedroom on the main level and lofts can just be for storage or guest space…

    • Natalie C. McKee
      December 21, 2020, 2:27 pm

      That would be awesome, Bob!

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