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Modern Cottage on Wheels

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This modern tiny home in Portland, Oregon, was recently completed, and wow, it’s gorgeous! With a single-level design, it’s an excellent choice for anyone who dislikes stairs and ladders. The main floor bedroom has vaulted ceilings, wired-in sconces, and large windows to let in natural light.

You’re going to love the storage in the kitchen! Large built-in pantry/closets give you plenty of space to keep food, extra linens, and anything else you need to store. The bathroom also has plenty of room, with a walk-in shower and floor-to-ceiling tiles. The house is 30′ x 8.5′ and is for sale for $124,000.

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The exterior has vertical white siding that looks crisp.

The whole home has stunning vaulted ceilings.

The kitchen boasts incredible storage! Look at those built-ins.

I love the classy light fixture here.

The long countertops fit a large sink, oven and an eating space.

The brass fixtures are beautiful.

You can fit a queen-sized bed in the first floor bedroom.

The bathroom has a large tiled shower stall.

The bathroom also has a residential toilet and lovely fixtures.

This has a close up of the tiles and handheld shower head.

The exterior lights are sleek and classy.

A metal roof has a long life span!

Could this be your home sweet home?


We just finished up this modern tiny home topped with high-end finishes. We are located in portland oregon. The home is 30′ long and 8.5′ wide. This home is built by Rolling Homes. We are a family-owned company that have been residential home builders for the past two decades.

The homes are built to code using licensed contractors (Day-by-day construction photos are available for insurance/finance agents). From the custom trailer to the appliances, the highest quality products are used on our homes.

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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
    May 1, 2024, 8:13 pm

    Wow! This Tiny House is fabulous! Great kitchen and spacious living area are both real pluses. I’d really only change a couple of things and they are things that others may see as just fine the way they are. I’d get rid of the fireplace so I had more flexibility in arranging furniture and a feeling of more space. I’d choose a different shower head. The one they chose is ok but I like the kind with stream and massage. I wonder why so many Tiny Houses have refrigerators are raised up on a platform? If you know, make a comment because I just don’t understand it. I say put it on the floor and make it a full-sized fridge so I don’t have to go to the store as often. Kudos to the designer(s).

    • James D.
      May 2, 2024, 3:18 am

      “I wonder why so many Tiny Houses have refrigerators are raised up on a platform?”

      It helps reduce reduce back strain from bending down to reach the lower portion of the fridge and generally makes accessing the fridge easier.

      Mind, some people are taller than others and would have a harder time bending down all the time. Especially, in a small space, and bending one’s knees to squat isn’t always a good alternative either when it has to be done repeatedly.

      It can also provide storage space below the fridge to keep things out of sight, or out of the way, versus keeping stuff on top of the fridge and often in plain sight. Add, limited headway, like under a loft, may also limit space above the fridge as well, and the lower space can be the better trade off for using that space.

      Layouts may also be easier if utilities are run underneath. Especially, in colder climates where you may not want to run everything below the floor and closer to the exposed exterior.

      Similarly, it can also help place the kitchen over the wheel wells. Especially, as depth of tiny house kitchens are normally less than standard residential, and a fridge can’t be cut into like a piece of furniture to make it fit…

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