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This is the eXpanse tiny house (2.0) by Tiny Heirloom. This little house is not built on wheels, instead it’s built on skids.

It’s designed to be multi-purpose. Meaning, one could use it as an accessory dwelling unit, a tiny home, a guest house, an office, or an AirBnB. It lives like a small one-bedroom apartment (300-sq.-ft.) and starts at $79,900. Learn more below!

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The eXpanse Tiny House on Skids by Tiny Heirloom… Has First Floor Bedroom

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This is the Escape Space CLASSIC located at the Escape Tampa Bay Tiny House Village near Tampa, Florida.

Since it doesn’t have its own bathroom or running water, this unit comes paired with one of the lots in the community. Currently, only one of these are available in the village. It’s a perfect little retreat or private workspace, great for the current COVID-19 situation. By the way, you can always order your own Escape Space CLASSIC to have delivered to your current location. Also, there is a community center with two available desks. Learn more below.

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Escape Space CLASSIC Micro Cabin/Retreat at Escape Tampa Bay Tiny House Village…

Escape Space Thoreau-like Micro Cabin at Escape Tampa Bay Tiny House Village 001

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This is a 16×34 cottage cabin by Kanga Room Systems which is part of their Cottage Studio Luxe lineup. It’s a beautiful small home with tiny house-style, but more space. Kanga (Instagram) offers a variety of structures from tiny-to-small. They also offer kits, studios, sheds, cabins, tiny homes, and the like.

This one is approximately 544-sq.-ft. on the main floor, plus there’s loft space which is used as a second bedroom but could be used as storage, office space, or whatever else one would like. The main level features a covered porch (16′ x 6′), spacious living area with vaulted ceilings, kitchen, bathroom, and full bedroom. What do you think?

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544-sq.-ft. Kanga Cabin With Covered Porch And Add’l Loft Bedroom/Office/Hobby Room/Storage

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It’s always fun to find something completely different, and that’s what you get with the Haaks Opperland campervan. This is actually an itty-bitty two-storey cabin that sits on the bed of a compact Fiat flatbed truck.

Simply drive the home to your location and drop it off. The 13-foot-long building then pops open, and the truck is free to drive wherever you need to go!

I’ll confess up front: It’s not even remotely affordable at more than $140,000 (especially since you’d have to ship it overseas — it’s built by a Dutch company), but the idea is brilliant and maybe it’ll catch on!

ALSO SEE: The INCREDIBLE Motorhome That DETACHES From Itself!

The Ultimate Pop-Up Camper: Haaks Opperland Campervan

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This is a creek front tiny cabin in Blowing Rock, North Carolina that’s available to book via Airbnb.

The cottage was recently remodeled with new windows, kitchen, flooring, and roof. It looks wonderful and has 188 positive reviews to back it up! What do you think?

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Contemporary Tiny Cabin on a Creek in Blowing Rock

Contemporary Tiny Cabin on a Creek in Bowling Rock via Sara Airbnb 001

Images via Sara/Airbnb

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This is the Canyon Hideout Bungalow. It’s a refurbished 1958 Airstream trailer that’s been turned into a one-of-a-kind Airbnb cabin on an 80-acre property in Cortez, Colorado.

It’s magnificent! Take a look for yourself. Not to mention, it’s resting under a 900+-year-old Juniper tree, according to the Airbnb listing. What do you think?

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1958 Airstream Canyon Hideout in Cortez, Colorado

1958 Airstream Canyon Hideout Bungalow via Mark-Airbnb 001

Images via Mark/Airbnb

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