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Robin’s Nest Tiny House on Wheels

This is the Robin’s Nest 30′ Tiny House on Wheels for sale on Tiny House Finder in West Columbia, Texas.

The home, built in 2014 by Brevard Tiny House Company, is super cute and includes unique touches like industrial and reclaimed accents from Etsy. The current owner is switching over to a fifth wheel in order to accommodate travel. It has a loft bedroom, quaint kitchen and living and bathroom area. You can get all the details, including who to contact to purchase or ask more questions, over at Tiny House Finder.

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Robin’s Nest 30′ Tiny House on Wheels

Loving that turquoise door! More turquoise, please!

Love the metal on the steps!

Cute green facing on the cabinets. The curtain is a good idea.

Couch opens up for more storage — so important.

The accent wall with all those wood pieces is adorable.


Sweet! Washer/dryer. Must have!

That’s a lot of awesome clothing storage.

A peek into the bathroom.

Wonderful tree beam! That’s a great “nest” touch.

Want to buy it? Questions about the build? You can get all the details at Tiny House Finder. Price is $37,000.

Related: The Bird’s Nest Gooseneck for Wildlife Experts


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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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    I just love all the catchy little names they have give a lot of these tiny houses as of late… But nonetheless were here to make comment on this tiny house.. As it looks comfy, and inviting, and does have a woodsy air about it, which I’m sure would be inviting to any a robin in need of a nest….. Nice job…!

  • Avatar Karen Rivers

    bathroom might be cute but it does not show if it’s a composting toilet

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