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This is Danielle’s Tiny House on Wheels with beautiful deck and skirt finish.

It was recently shared on our Facebook Page. What do you think? Looks pretty nice, doesn’t it? Adding the skirting to cover the trailer adds a nice touch, and the deck doesn’t hurt either!

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Tiny House on Wheels w/ Skirting and Deck

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© Danielle L Gilbert via Facebook/Tiny House Talk

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This is the 26-foot Sparrow Tiny House. It’s available for $65,000, was built in 2017, and offers 250-square-feet of space inside, according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders. The tiny house is available out of Prescott, Arizona.

It was built on a tri-axle trailer and features a fold-down porch where you see the double french doors to welcome you into the living area of the tiny house. The best part is, when the weather’s right, you just open up both of your french doors and you can double your living area using the fold-down porch.

Related: 288 Sq. Ft. Sparrow Tiny House by Tiny Hamptons

250-Square-Feet Sparrow Tiny House with Fold-Down Deck

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Images via Erin/Tiny Home Builders

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This is the Ad Astra Tiny House on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses.

Ad Astra means “to the stars” in Latin, and a fun couple from Kansas commissioned us to build this beautiful custom 24’ tiny house to take them there.

Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

The 24ft Ad Astra ‘To The Stars’ Tiny House on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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Images © Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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This is the Flow Tiny House Vacation in Sedona, Arizona that’s on Airbnb. It features a big deck with Adirondack chairs and a very nice view.

Flow Tiny House features a loft bedroom with a queen-sized bed and awesome canyon views. Flow features a seating area, kitchen with high-end finishes and a spa-like bathroom and shower. Outdoor living include a BIG DECK with comfy Adirondack chairs. Light and breezy, Flow provides a wellness retreat experience with the sound of the creek and a loving vibe.

What do you think of this tiny house?

The Flow Tiny House Vacation in Sedona

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Images via Airbnb

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This is a solar-powered tiny house vacation with a deck, view, and a hot tub in Sedona, Arizona.

Nestled under a cliff-side, heritage oak tree, Grow is a custom cedar tiny house with a loft bedroom featuring a queen-sized bed and canyon views. Stargaze from you own private “chemical free” hot tub with the by Ahh Natural systems. Grow features sustainable design and net-zero energy with a built in solar pv system. Outdoor living includes a big deck with seating. Rustic and modern, Grow provides a luxury glamping experience for your getaway with great views of Mount Wilson and the canyon.

Think you will be staying here anytime soon?

This Sedona, Arizona Tiny House Vacation Has a Deck, View, and Hot Tub

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Images via Airbnb

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This is Vina Lustado’s tiny house and home office joined by a deck.

When Vina Lustado moved into the 140-square-foot home on wheels she and her husband Cliff had built (for $40,000) in 2013, it was a continuation of a lifetime of living minimally: from a modest home in the Philippines as a child to a one bedroom duplex in LA shared with 9 siblings to an adulthood living in guest houses.1

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Vina’s Tiny House and Home Office Joined by Deck

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This is a 613 sq. ft. small house in the woods of Sweden. It has two bedrooms and one bathroom all on one single level so there are no lofts. This little house was originally built in 1975 but was recently renovated to perfection.

It has a wonderful outdoor space too, doesn’t it? I think it would be a very nice home to live in.

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Small House in the Woods of Sweden

613 Sq. Ft. Small House in the Woods of Sweden

Images © Hemnet

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I had to show you this DIY hand built off grid tiny cabin in Cable, Wisconsin. There’s something so cool about small cabins like this. And this one has a little bit of a modern touch to it because of the big windows and metal roof.

I also really like the surrounding deck and covered front porch for comfortable outdoor living. That’s a must in a small space. If you’re expecting interior photos unfortunately we’re not invited inside today. But I’ll let you know if we are in the future. 🙂 Update: Interior tour now available thanks to Desiderio Ruiz and UpNorthRealty.com. Please enjoy and share below.

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DIY Hand Built Off Grid Tiny Cabin in Wisconsin

© Thomas Thornquest via cabinp

© Thomas Thornquest via cabinp

I encourage you to enjoy the rest of the photo tour of this awesome little cabin below:

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So I thought I might continue on our little tour of our tiny house, our construction choices, and the outcome.

Since I am currently enjoying some beautiful summer days I thought I might talk a little about our outdoor living space.

The first outdoor space we built was our front porch and since we used plans to build our post and pier foundation based on deck plans, no front porch was in the original design. We always planned to build one but we needed to have the house built first.

Photo by Laura M. LaVoie

Photo by Laura M. LaVoie

Our front porch may be the smallest deck ever constructed. It is essentially a free-standing structure using just four deck blocks for stability. It is attached to the house by the porch overhang. It provides a small covered spot to take off our muddy shoes before going inside.

I encourage you to read more and see our photos of the process below.

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