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Modern Tiny House on Wheels in Oakland, California


This is a modern tiny house on wheels in Oakland, California.

This tiny home is available as a vacation rental. On the outside, it even features a rooftop deck.

Inside, you’ll find a kitchen, table, living area, bathroom, and an upstairs sleeping loft accessible by a staircase with rails.

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Modern Tiny House on Wheels in Oakland, California

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Images © Reid and Robert via Airbnb

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Images © Reid and Robert via Airbnb

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Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!
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  • Avatar LargeMarge

    Five stars for the stars/shelves. Nice sightlines, pleasing combination of color and texture.

    • Avatar LargeMarge

      Five stars for the STAIRS. Predictive text fail.

  • Avatar Michael L

    It’s so nice to see another build that looks more like a cottage. Though I’ve learned things from all the postings, I’m afraid that cabin look would wear on me rather quickly. This one is quite interesting!

    • Avatar Eric

      Twas a time when virtually all that was to be had in the US (outside of the big cities) was cabin construction. Didn’t seem to be a problem back then. Believe that it is a case of “y’all get used to it sometime.”

      • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

        Haha 🙂 Personally I love cabin construction, but it’s all a taste thing! — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Give me a Cozy Nest, and I will Fly my Thoughts

  • Avatar Lisa E.

    Love the skylight that leads to the deck so you can communicate with Nature and dream under the stars. Lovely.

  • Avatar Dominik

    Is it possible to get the designer web page or contact information? I like the iron looking stairs and shelves

  • Avatar Donna

    SAW WHEAT (sweet). job well done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THX for sharing.

  • Avatar kristina nadreau

    I see so many Tinys as air b&b or basically hotel room rentals….

    What is the market niche’? Who are the people who desire to rent a tiny? I have zero interest in renting one of these when there are gorgeous hotel rooms available very inexpensively. Perhaps longer term rentals for transients?

    • Avatar Eric

      You know Kristina, all these airbnb’s grate on my nerves a bit.

      I’ve often wondered why so many are, but I suspect a) for the novelty effect

      or

      b) people seeing whether they could in fact go “that tiny.”

      • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

        I think Eric is right. It’s cool to say you stayed in a tiny, and they generally fit into a middle of the road price range. Unless I’m getting a 5 star hotel, I think a homey environment like this is more fun. Plus, it’s fun to try out a tiny spot if you aren’t 100% sold on taking the jump. — Tiny House Talk Team

    • Avatar Alex

      I think the market for them are people who are thinking of going tiny someday, tiny home enthusiasts, there are many of us!

  • Avatar Nancy M.

    LOVE the looks of this one! Well designed. Could do these stairs, but not every night, unfortunately. Anyway, love this design, just not for me.

    • Avatar ramon samillano

      How much does this home cost.

  • Avatar Susanne

    I also don’t see why people would rent these instead of a hotel since depending on the area of course the hotel will be cheaper, (if more than I understand) and comes with a list of things…or, if a Tiny sleeps 3-4 thought tight, but then cheaper than Hotel….. Oh and location. If the tiny is in a special location then I could imagine that…

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      I think the same reason people use Airbnb in general. You get that fun homey feel, and you often get a fun location “off the beaten path” instead of a cheap room in a budget hotel. — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar ROSEE

    Cramped, but nice! Worth the vacation!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Yes 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar Lou

    Any way to abbreviate Tiny House Talk Team? I find it annoying..AND if it is just a general comment could the TINY HOUSE TALK TEAM just leave it alone. I also find “yes :)” unnecessary. Just me… No need to answer- just input..

    • Avatar Jackie

      ……. I like it. An immediate recognition since I’m a ditz 🙂

  • Avatar jm

    MIght just be the photography but it seems dark on the inside. Also a strange place for the electircal outlet in the bathroom.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Ya I think it’s likely the photography. — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Very cool….!

  • Avatar Dominick Bundy

    Didn’t see any closet . Wonder if it comes with one.

  • Avatar Marsha Cowan

    This is the coolest house ever! I would have a sofa instead of chairs, but everything else is beautiful and clever.

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