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This is a 120-sq.-ft. tiny house on wheels with an add-on deck self-built in 2011 using Tumbleweed Tarleton plans.

It’s for sale for $39,000 via Gabi & Evan on the Tiny House Marketplace. Learn more below!

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120-sq.-ft. Tumbleweed Tiny House Built in 2011

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Zach & Leala from Big Hearts Tiny Vegans designed this unique and beautiful 24-foot long tiny house and built it from paycheque to paycheque, as well as with gifts of time and materials from family and friends.  

It cost them approximately $40,000 CAD ($31,175 USD) to build the 200-sq.-ft. house, including the cost of appliances. 

They Built The Tiny House Over Time On A Limited Budget

Big Hearts Tiny Vegans – Photo 2

Image © Exploring Alternatives

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This is the story of how one man designed and built a stealth tiny house on a trailer for only $4,000. He started with a 6×10 cargo utility trailer which he outfitted to function as a micro home/camper that you can tow with almost any vehicle.

And yes… He did it all for less than $4,000 USD including the price of the trailer. From the outside, you would think it’s just some sort of work trailer, right? But when you step inside, you’ll find a living area, kitchenette, bed, and more. Would you ever consider building your own micro camper like this? What would you do it with it? Where would you go? What would you go see?

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He bought a cargo trailer and converted into his stealthy micro home for less than $4,000 USD

He built a stealth tiny house for less than $4k! Images © Jack Arnold

Images © Jack Arnold

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In this post I wanted to share the story of how this young couple left their apartment life and built their own 128 sq. ft. tiny home on wheels that’s 100% mortgage-free.

When they started, they really didn’t know much about building a house. They just learned and adapted as they went. And they did it.

Now, after much hard work and sweat, they have the simple lifestyle that they once only dreamed of. A debt-free life that’s sustainable. And they did it all themselves. Now that’s something to be proud of, isn’t it?

Please enjoy, talk about this inspiring story in the comments, and re-share it down below if you’d like to. Thank you.

Jess and Dan’s Mortgage-free Tiny House Story


Image © CustomMade.com

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I’m thrilled to show you Ben Barthell’s 200 sq. ft. solar off-grid tiny house that he built himself on a recycled 24′ x 8.5′ trailer (so yes- it’s mobile). This DIY micro cabin has all of the amenities of home but I’d say it’s even better because:

  • It’s completely self-sustaining.
  • It can power itself using a solar panel energy system.
  • It’s built mostly out of recycled materials.
  • It meets all quality construction standards.

Best of all, it’s affordable, easy to maintain, and light on the environment (and the wallet). What do you think of it?

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Ben’s Shopdog Solar Off Grid Tiny House

Ben's Shopdog Steely Cottage Off-Grid Solar Tiny House on Wheels

Images © Ben Barthell

I hope you enjoy touring Ben Barthell’s incredible tiny house below.

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If you’ve been looking for a tiny home you can take with you, travel with, and go on adventures with. Then you might want to consider a micro-cabin like this one.

It still has that cabin look and feel. But since it’s smaller it’s just so much easier to tow and get around with than with a larger tiny house. Not only that, but it’s also a lot cheaper to tow too.

But what Michael, the owner/builder, did here is very creative. He took his older pop up camper and turned it into this amazing DIY micro cabin on wheels. See for yourself in the photos below.

Related: Man Builds Lightweight Mobile Micro Camper Cabin

Adventurous DIY Micro Cabin on Wheels


Images © NorthToTheFuture

The cabin weighs about 1450 pounds and is about 6′ x 10′. Inside at the peak it’s about 6’6″ tall so you can stand up in it.

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