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MV MiniVilla Tiny House

This is the MV MiniVilla Tiny House.

The MV MiniVilla is a dismountable home, with all the amenities you need.2

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MV MiniVilla Tiny House in the Netherlands

Photos © MV MiniVilla

Photos © MV MiniVilla

One or more MiniVilla’s can be placed detached in the middle of a landscape, as real villas. But if you are looking for a home with a little more space or if you want to live together with friends, several MiniVillas can be linked together. Also the juxtaposition with a communal garden is a possibility.

The kitchen and bathroom are on the ground floor, as well as a cozy sitting area that can also be used as a workspace. Thanks to a folding bed designed especially for the MiniVilla, the living and sleeping function can be combined. Sleeping is also possible where there is room for a double bed and storage space.2


  1. http://minivilla.nl/
  2. http://minivilla.nl/mv-minivilla-uitleg/beschrijving-minivilla/index.html

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  • Tom Osterdock
    January 12, 2018, 4:49 am

    Sorry doesn’t look movable, deal breaker for me.

    • jerry
      January 13, 2018, 7:44 am

      Why? You could back up a flatbed tow truck, pick it up, take it where you want it, set it back down.
      Another is rent, buy a trailer, jack up the house or leave it t that height when delivered, and lower on the trailer takes maybe 1 hr if set
      up right.
      Or just build it on a trailer.

  • Jacintha
    January 12, 2018, 6:43 pm

    That “stairs” doesn’t look very sturdy

  • Annette
    January 13, 2018, 6:32 am

    Might this design work well as an emergency shelter?

  • jerry
    January 13, 2018, 7:48 am

    Take out the loft, lower it 3′ or so and would be very nice.
    As for the stairs they look that way from the camera lens. Also too narrow.
    I assume they are attached to the wall bracing it from racking.

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