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Rasa: Simplify Further Tiny House on Wheels

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Meet the Rasa model, from Simply Further. This gorgeous layout was designed specifically to allow up to six people to sleep comfortably between the two queen-sized lofts and the spacious living room where you could fit another queen-sized bed or a futon/sleeper couch.

Besides the sleeping arrangements, the house has a galley kitchen with a mini fridge and a two-burner cooktop, as well as a spacious bathroom that includes a residential toilet, tiled shower stall, and some open shelving for towels and toiletries. This model starts at $45,000.

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This THOW has a lovely living room space and a loft bedroom.

You can place another bed in the second loft over the bathroom.

You take one step down into the home.

The compact kitchen has a mini fridge and two-burner cooktop.

A small stainless steel sink looks out of the window.

Here’s the view from the main loft.

The pipe fixtures provide plenty of protection from falling out.

The bathroom has built-in storage and a tiled shower stall.

There’s a residential toilet and a vanity.


  • The 20 ft Rasa is a complete package with a well-equipped kitchen, built-in barstool seating (or additional kitchen cabinets if storage is more precious than seating), two spacious sleeping lofts, a roomy bathroom with shower stall, vanity, flush toilet, and storage, and an open living space for lounging.
  • Overview: 20 ft tiny home on wheels. Certified RV by NOAH.
  • Dimensions: 8.5′ W x 20′ L x 13.6′ H
  • Build Platform: Bumper pull with 5,000 lb each double axles. Hand built chassis, thick gauge steel, trailer brakes, highway lighting, DOT approved.
  • Roof: Gulf-Rib 29g metal roof. Shed (single-pitch) roofline.
  • Sheathing: 1/2 in OSB with ice&water weather shield
  • Siding: LP SmartSide painted lap siding with hardi board and batten trim and sealed and stained pine tongue and groove accents (custom colors available).
  • Power hookup: 50 amp hookup for electrical service to home. Exterior outlet.
  • Water system: Fresh water hose inlet.
  • Hot water heater: Electric tankless instant hot water heater.
  • Heat / Cooling: Ductless mini split A/C and heat pump, 12,000 BTU.
  • Walls: Painted drywall or painted shiplap (paint & stain options available).
  • Ceiling: Stained pine tongue & groove (paint & stain options available). Option to upgrade to painted shiplap.
  • Subfloor: 2×6 framed R19 insulated subfloor with 3/4” plywood.
  • Insulation: R13 fiberglass roll insulation in walls. R19 fiberglass roll insulation in floor and ceiling.
  • Flooring: Pro grade waterproof vinyl in lofts, kitchen, and living space (color options available). Porcelain tile in bathroom.
  • Doors: Fiberglass door, full glass with built in blinds.
  • Windows: Vinyl double paned impact resistant windows.
  • Lighting: Slim profile LED ceiling lights. Exterior light sconce.
  • Bathroom: 36″ x 34″ shower pan with full tile surround. 30” bathroom vanity with engineered marble top. Custom pine swing door. Standard porcelain gravity flush toilet. Connections (vent/outlet) for alternative toilet or composting toilet also available.
  • Kitchen: Closed lower cabinets painted; open upper shelving. Butcher block counter with drop-in stainless or composite sink. Brushed nickel, oil rubbed bronze, or black faucet and cabinet hardware (other finish options available).
  • Appliances: 2-burner electric cooktop infrared stove flush mount with butcher block counters. 3.1 cubic foot stainless steel mini fridge with separate freezer compartment. Washer/dryer combo unit is included
  • Living Area: Open living area for furniture, desk, or bed. 5×7’ floor space.
  • Loft & Access: 7×8’ master loft with open stairs access. 7×5’ second loft with ladder access. Black metal railings.
  • Warranty: One-year limited warranty on workmanship.

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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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  • Maria Kentala
    February 28, 2024, 7:20 am

    The only thing I would change is moving the mini split over a foot from where it is now.

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