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.
That’s right. They’ve been living in a tiny house full time for over a year now. And now they’re sharing the good, the bad, and what they might have done differently.
Plus a few things they actually did change. This kind of information is invaluable to those of us who are in the planning stages of our tiny houses because we get to learn from the experiences of others. And there’s no less costlier and less painful way to learn than that, right?
But overall, I think you’ll probably agree, that they did a near perfect job of a designing the right tiny home for themselves. It’s actually one of my favorites and seems very livable to me. See if you agree then let me know if you think you can live with someone else in it full time in the comments below (and why or why not).
In this post, I get to show you the basics of how to build a tiny house on wheels.
The Brevard Tiny House Company is working on their second project called Robins Nest.
This is a tiny home on a trailer with a deck built right over the tongue of the trailer (a feature that I really like).
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Ever Wonder How to Build a Tiny House?
It all begins with design. In this case, the team at Brevard Tiny House Company develops a scale model to work with their clients and better meet their needs.
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