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Compact Luxury: Sleek, Modern Turkish Tiny Home

This is a gorgeous 236 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels available in Turkey from the builder Conflate LTD. The house is a beautiful blend of metal siding and cedar clapboards, which is a great low-maintenance exterior choice.

Inside, the loft has one loft, with cathedral ceilings in the living room. A bathroom and kitchen take up the other end of the tiny house, with plenty of storage in the staircase to the bedroom. It’s available for $57,500.

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236 Sq. Ft. Single Loft Tiny House on Wheels

The interior has a Scandinavian feel.

Butcher block countertops contrast with the black fixtures.

Flat-front cabinets hide under-stair storage.

Looking out from the kitchen at the spacious living room.

The loft is quite spacious!

The whole bathroom has a marble-like covering.

The home is steel-framed, which helps with longevity and weight.


  • $57,500
  • Modern Tiny House
  • Scandinavian style
  • Spacious loft bedroom
  • Cathedral ceilings in living room
  • Butcher block countertops
  • Under-stair storage
  • Black sink and faucet
  • Two-burner cooktop
  • Walk-in full-size shower stall
  • Residential toilet
  • Builder: Conflate LTD in Turkey
  • Location: Sapanca Yolu Cd., Turkey

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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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