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This is a 27-foot travel trailer tiny house conversion that’s for sale for $15,000, or best offer. It’s a 2018 Forest River Wildwood RKSS Model located in Naples, Florida.

The unit features an awning, a music system, a slide-out to extend the space, full kitchen with modern appliances, a bathroom with a composting toilet and shower, a main floor bedroom, and more. You can see and learn more about it below if you’re interested.

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27-ft Travel Trailer Tiny House For Sale w/ Main-Floor Bedroom for $15,000 near Naples, Florida

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This is the story of a man who built a 512-square-foot tiny house for his sister in 3 months and 28 days for $16,318 in materials.

It’s located in the Florida panhandle and he even stayed in it after hurricane Michael. Now he is considering using it for Airbnb, too. It’s 16′ x 16′, 2 stories, 512-square-feet. What do you think?

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512-square-foot built for $16k in less than 4 months!

He built a 512-square-foot tiny house for his sister in 3 months and 28 days for 16k

Images © JD Daley

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This is the Margarita Tiny House Vacation in Matlacha, Florida. It’s right on the water, too! The contemporary tiny house rents for around $149.99 per night.

It sleeps up to six people and features a kitchen, bathroom, living area, and two sleeping lofts. The community amenities include a BBQ grill, boat dock, deck, and kayak launch. What do you think?

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Take a Tiny House Vacation in Matlacha, Florida – Waterfront – in the Margarita THOW

The Margarita Tiny House in Matlacha

Photos via Matlacha Tiny Village

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