This is the Highland Home. It’s a 10ft wide by 24ft long tiny home on wheels built by Incredible Tiny Homes out of Morristown, Tennessee featuring a thatched roof and window flower boxes. The extra width makes a big difference, doesn’t it?
Would you consider building a wider tiny house on wheels, kind of like this one? Take a look to see how much extra space you can have with a 10-foot wide tiny home on wheels. By the way, Incredible Tiny Homes upcoming Fall Jam is this October 12-13! More info here.
The home was built in Tennessee by Incredible Tiny Homes and now lives at the resort where you can stay for a few nights (or more). Enter through the traditional round hobbit door where you’ll find a cozy living room, compact kitchenette, spacious bathroom and loft bedroom with a stunning hand-crafted hand rail. You can even enjoy second breakfast with a felt Frodo!
More details at the end of the post. Book your stay at Wee Casa and enjoy your time in Middle Earth!
It is 22′ x 8′, weighs approximately 12,000+ pounds, with a base price of $36,250. The exterior (per the name) is a beautiful blue color called “Georgian Revival Blue” from Sherwin Williams. Inside you’ll find two lofts, one for sleeping and one for storage — they are connected by a fun catwalk (for cats — not humans!).
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