This is a 20ft Cocoa Tiny House on Wheels built by Modern Tiny Living that’s for sale out of Durham, North Carolina. Something you might like about this tiny house is that it has a nice closet space, see below.
It currently operates as a nightly rental for Try It Tiny but is currently up for sale through Tiny Houses NC because Try It Tiny is making room for new 2019 models.
So take the full tour of this tiny home below, let us know what you think, and if you’re interested reach out for more information on how to buy it.
20ft Cocoa Tiny House on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living For Sale in Durham, NC
But let’s clear this up right here right now. We are getting somewhere. But you might be a little disappointed to learn the truth here as explored by Andrew Odom of Tiny r(E)volution below. Are tiny houses on trailers easily permitted? We’re not sure.
But it is very clear that creatively simple and safe tiny homes on foundations are welcome with open arms. We’re just not sure about the ones on wheels. Although I personally don’t see why not. But have a read for yourself below. Either way I’m convinced this is good news for the tiny house movement. What do you think?
But if you’ve been looking for the right used tiny house to buy, this might be the right one at the right price. They’re only asking $16,100.
I think that’s quite the fair deal… Might even be a steal of a deal considering most tiny homes of that size and quality are demanding prices of $35,000, $45,000 and even $55,000 at times. More than likely it’s already sold.
Hot on the heels of his e-Cours(E), Small Home, Big Life, Andrew Odom is at it again with a new online offering.
This one is super cool and I couldn’t wait to tell you about it.
Drew is going to teach us all how to decorate our tiny homes in style!
Gourmet kitchen in the Drew’s own house.
I love this idea that your tiny house doesn’t have to be just a rustic wood cabin. There are so many possible options available and the only thing limiting you is your imagination. Well, maybe the space a little. I would love to see someone put a slide in their tiny house! (Anyone want to accept that challenge – Deek?)
I encourage you to read more of my thoughts below.
I have been part of the tiny house community since I first saw Jay Shafer on Oprah back in 2008.
We used that inspiration to begin building our tiny house in 2009. As you might imagine, since that time I have seen a lot of other tiny house blogs and become part of the small but growing community of tiny house builders.
There are so many great designs and ideas out there now and many tiny house builders are creating some amazing homes that are smaller than most traditional bedrooms. I thought I might share my favorite tiny houses – in no particular order.
1. Macy Miller’s Tiny House on a Gooseneck Trailer
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