This is to announce Jarid’s 32-ft tiny house w/ slide-outs that expands up to 14-ft wide is for sale for $95,000 out of the Tampa, Florida area.
The house was built in September of 2018 with quality materials, strong construction, and it features a 30-year metal roof, high-end vinyl siding, vinyl window trim, 8×12 main bedroom, 8×7 loft, t&g cedar interior, two air conditioners, and more! The sale also includes an 8×24 deck that’s built on a separate trailer to complete the setup. See and learn more below!
This is the story of a $25k expanding shipping container tiny house that’s available to order on Amazon.
It’s from a Chinese company called Hebei Weizhengheng Modular House Tech Co., or WZH Group for short. They’re headquartered near Beijing and sell the expandable tiny homes with solar panels for $23,800 plus $1,000 in shipping with other more expensive models too.
This is a 282-square-foot tiny house on a trailer with a main-floor bedroom and a slide-out to give you more space when you’re parked. According to the listing, it was built in 2018, is located in Dania Beach, Florida, and is available for $39,999. Sold/archived.
The house features a kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, storage, air conditioning, it has a water heater, and it comes furnished as you see it below.
This is a 36ft tiny home on wheels with two slide outs. It’s built by Mint Tiny House Company out of Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
It’s a beautiful board and batten tiny home with a downstairs bedroom, great closet space, a full-size living room, and more. Take the tour below and let us know what you think about it in the comments. Wouldn’t it be great getting to live in a tiny home like this? Also, what are your thoughts on using slide-outs to expand living space in tiny homes?
This is a smaller Kootenay with open layout. A 24 foot option can achieve the same feeling with a larger bathroom. Having a ladder allows for more open space and a larger peninsula. We recommend a lift bed (with storage inside), or elevator bed downstairs, for main level sleeping. Often times people use the lofts for storage and live on the main floor. However, if the loft ladder doesn’t bother you, and you want more head room you can expand our dormers (flat roof over loft and 4:12 along the rest of the tiny).
It’s a beautiful 16ft tiny home with lots of style. It’s also available in 20ft and 22ft versions and this one features a unique toilet bump out option over the trailer tongue that gives you extra space in your bathroom! Good idea, right?
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