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T-Berry Tiny House

This is the T-Berry Tiny House on Wheels. It’s designed and built by Full Moon Tiny Shelters in Nova Scotia.

This tiny home is 28′ long with about 238 sq. ft. of space inside.

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T-Berry Tiny House on Wheels by Full Moon Tiny Shelters

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  • It’s a pretty house….!

  • Avatar Jessica Nichols

    Are there Tiny Houses that have the main bedroom on the ground floor.

  • Avatar Vickie Tompkins

    Alex can you tell me where I could find one of those small wood stoves?

  • Avatar Dale Fourroux

    HI , I,m looking for wood burning stoves for tinyhouses. Please send websites and or places to buy. Thank you. Dale.

  • Avatar Kim W

    Really lovely tiny house! We only get a glimpse of the bathroom’ which is a pity!

  • Avatar Vickie T

    Does anyone know where to find that small wood stove.

    • Avatar Eric

      Yes! The manufacturer. There is a link at the bottom of the story. Try it, you’ll like it… it’s a whole ‘nother world when ya do that. : )

  • Avatar ROSEE

    I agree with the two comments above. Lovely TH!
    I find that in most of the photos I have seen lately, seems whoever built these homes, have some hangups with the bathrooms for some odd reason, is that why they are not showing them???????

  • Avatar Brandi

    I would like to find out what kind of wood stove that is and where to get one? Please.

  • Avatar Laura A

    I absolutely love the tiny houses getting ready to buy one or build one myself. Thank you for sharing. It’s appreciated.

  • Avatar Sandi B

    This is a very nice THOW, I like the front loft overhang, but wonder if it would not create drag when towing. For a 28 ft unit this is laid out well and I like the stairs. For me the kitchen is small, however I like that they included a full size refrigerator and stove — a big plus there.
    The floor plan is well done with good flow and I like the fireplace — would not like a wood unit however, but I have seen Franklin gas ones that are quite functional and attractive. A good Job — Kudos to you!

  • Avatar Michael

    It looks massive but boxy. I would go for a triple axle at this size or better a goose neck. There is some space given away behind sitting bench which doesn’t look comfortable. As Sandy said, kitchen is small for a 28 footer. The loft doesn’t have sitting headroom.
    The fold out desk or table in front of the wood stove is great but overall its not for me and the price tag either.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Some good ideas for improvement! — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar Kid Cardona

    To Tiny House Team,
    May I suggest that maybe you add a section on “After Market”. These would be items that you show and list such as solar power generators, toilets, wood burning stoves, etc,etc,etc…
    Heck you can even have a small fee o the suppliers since you would be putting in touch with a market that wants their product and actually buys said products. Just a thought…..

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      Hi Kid — Great suggestion! We do have posts about those, and usually when we are aware of a new product, we post about it (see our recent post on the Grengine). But I will talk to Alex and see if we could condense it in a better spot 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

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