This is the story of a rooftop balcony tiny house in the desert! It has a unique exterior staircase to the rooftop. And when you go inside, there’s yet another staircase to the upstairs loft bedroom. It’s the Peacock Tiny House by Old Hippie Tiny Homes of Las Vegas, Nevada.
If you don’t like stairs, this tiny house is NOT for you! But if you do, it’s probably one of the more fun tiny homes you can find. This particular one is available as a vacation rental and you can also hire Planet Structures LLC to build it for you. The original Peacock was designed and built by Rob Millar. So what do you think? Take the tour below and let us know. Do you like staircases for your tiny home or not? Let’s talk about it!
This is The Ritz tiny house experience in Orlando, Florida. It’s a beautiful tiny home on wheels that you can book for vacation on Airbnb. If you’ve ever wanted to try out a tiny house for the first time, this one seems like it would leave you with a pretty good impression. It’s part of the Orlando Lakefront tiny house community.
When you step inside, you’ll immediately notice the abundance of windows and natural light (including several skylights). Plus you’ve got a panoramic view of the lake. On top of that, you’ve got a cozy daybed, full kitchen, full bath with flush toilet, and two sleeping lofts. Please, take a look below, and let us know what you think. And if you like it enough, you could even book your next vacation in it.
This is the Vintage Glamper at the farm at Perch and Nest. It’s an Airstream to tiny house conversion that’s currently being used as an Airbnb vacation rental but it’s also for sale. So if you happen to be interested in it, you can book a vacation in it, try it out, and then buy it if you like it. That’s pretty cool!
This is not your budget travel trailer to tiny house conversion, it’s a high-end, quality Airstream conversion for sale with an asking price of $67,000 USD. It started out as a 29-foot Airstream Ambassador but it was completely stripped down and renovated by the previous owners out of California. The current owners bought it from them, picked it up, and towed it back home cross country. It’s said to weigh approximately 7000 pounds. Anyway, take a look and please let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Thanks!
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