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This is a beautiful Australian tiny house on wheels with a murphy bed built into the design. Also, it’s a steel-framed tiny house which makes it more lightweight and therefore more pleasant to tow and maneuver.

It’s wonderful! It even has a built-in outdoor space with overhead coverage so you’re not stuck out of luck in the rain. It’s called the Beach Shack and it’s built by a company called Tiny Homes Tilba Australia. For a 21-foot tiny house, we think it packs quite the punch! What do you think?

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21-foot Australian Tiny House With WONDERFUL Design

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This is the story of a very unique tiny house in Australia with a pop-up roof loft. The family of three designed and built it themselves and one of the unique things about it is that the loft roof is able to expand upward once the home is parked.

So whenever they want to move the house, they can collapse the roof down so that the house meets the applicable road laws. Pretty smart, right? They even did it in a way that it truly looks permanent once it’s set up! Pretty amazing, don’t you think?

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Family’s tiny house with a pop-up roof that expands upward

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This is a granny flat tiny house on a foundation in Australia. It’s called the Smithfield and it’s designed by 5 Star Granny Flats and built by 5 Star Builders.

It’s one of their 1-bedroom designs, but they also offer 2-bedroom, 3-bedroom, and even completely custom designs. What do you think of it?

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Granny flat cottage on a foundation in Australia… The perfect legal tiny home?

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This is a one-bedroom tiny cottage with a garage. It’s a granny flat (guest house) in Australia called the Northmead by 5 Star Granny Flats.

It’s a one bedroom house design with a full kitchen, bathroom, and one-car garage. It’s perfect, isn’t it? What would you pay for a house like this in your area?

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One-bedroom tiny cottage on a foundation with a one-car garage by 5 Star Granny Flats

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If you’re looking for a tiny house, but find the ones on wheels are just too small and clunky to you, well, there’s still hope. That’s why I’m showing you this tiny cottage on a foundation with rainwater collection by 5 Star Granny Flats in Australia. It’s called Toongabbie.

So what if you could get into a small house instead of a tiny house for your next move? That might be a smart idea, right? Well, it could be. And that’s why companies like 5 Star Granny Flats are propping up to help folks build affordable and small homes. In this case, we’re looking at a company who specializes in building in the Sydney, Australia area. Enjoy!

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Granny flat small homes growing in popularity to address affordable housing – Toongabbie

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This is the Chum Creek wine country tiny house getaway. It’s a tiny house vacation near Healesville, Victoria, Australia featuring a covered front porch, mounted rooftop solar panels, and incredible views. If you like, you can book a stay over at Glamping Hub.

This picturesque 12-square-meter tiny house is located in the Yarra River Valley near Healesville, Victoria. It accommodates two people with a queen-size bed. Sunlight pours through the windows, allowing guests to stay in bed just a little bit longer while soaking up the sunshine.1

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Yarra River Valley Wine Country Tiny House Getaway in Australia

Chum Creek wine country tiny house getaway via glampinghub

Images via GlampingHub.com

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