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Always wanted a cabin, but want to bring it anywhere you please? This micro cabin for sale in Pennsylvania is just 5×8 and easy to tow, letting you bring that cozy cabin feel all over the US!

While the THOW is currently set up off-grid, the builder can add electricity, shelves, or a sink to make it more livable for an additional cost.

Despite being just 40 square feet, it has a twin bed with oodles of storage, and seems surprisingly spacious inside! Learn more below!

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Take This Micro Cabin Anywhere! For Sale in PA

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This is the story of Chris Strathy’s horse trailer tiny house project brought to you thanks to Deek over at RelaxShacks.com and his YouTube Channel.

You can also find Chris (aka the Capable Carpenter) over at The Capable Carpenter. Anyway, he bought this trailer for only $1,000 and spent approximately $10 on materials to turn it into a micro cabin on wheels. Pretty amazing, right? By the way, he’s in the process of building a little village of tiny homes.

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Horse Trailer Turned Micro Cabin For Only $1,010

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Are rooftop tiny houses becoming a trend in big cities? That might be a far stretch, but it’s an idea that’s slowly been catching on because if you’re in a city, there’s just no place for a tiny house on wheels, so rooftops could be an option for some. And it’s not the first time something kind of like this has been done.

That’s what el Sindicato Arquitectura did with its Casa Parasito project located in Ecuador’s capital Quito. What do you think of the idea of tiny homes being built on the rooftops of buildings? Is it a good idea or a bad idea? Why? Would you ever consider this if it were an affordable housing option?

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Rooftop Tiny Houses Built On Top Of City Buildings

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Photo Credits: Andrès Villota for Casa Parásito/el sindicato arquitectura

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This is the Nugget Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s a 102 sq. ft. microhouse built on a 12 ft. trailer by Modern Tiny Living.

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The Nugget: A 12-ft. Tiny House on Wheels!

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This is the new 8 x 10 Acorn Micro Cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork in Alberta, Canada.

Our new Acorn cabin is inspired from traditional canvas tents & A frame cabins. The idea is simply a small retreat to escape to from the city. Its made small only have a warm place to sleep & eat and to spend as much time outside as possible. This version is 8ft x 10ft, features pine T&G finished, and Cubic Mini stove.

What a cool little cabin that’s “something different.”

Related: Blake’s Micro Backyard Studio with Floor Planter

Acorn Micro Cabin by Forest Trek Woodwork

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We shared Mike’s Hand-Built Micro Cabin last week, but now it’s for sale!

He’s selling it for $9,500 and be sure to check out the video tour.

Please enjoy, read more and re-share below!

Mike’s Hand-Built Micro Cabin For Sale: $9.5K

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Images via Mike

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This is a mobile micro cabin and office built by Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses. He uses it to travel and vacation in.

From the outside, you’ll notice a very simple structure built onto a small utility trailer.

When you go inside, you’ll find a work desk, sleeping bunk, shelving, and storage. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Mobile Micro Cabin and Office by Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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Images © Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses

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This is the beautiful Collinwood Micro Cabin by Gute.

From the outside, you’ll notice this little shelter has a funky oblong shape with horizontal board and batten siding and a shingled roof that drapes down the sides of the camper. There are wonderful wrought iron wheels under the body which make it look like something from Cinderella, doesn’t it?

When you go inside, you’ll find a crisp, clean home with beautiful pine boards on the ceiling and floor. The dinette on one side turns into a queen-size bed and across the way is a built-in bunk bed. It includes thermal paned windows, three of which open and one that is a fixed octagon window as well as a solid oak dutch door.

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Collinwood Micro Cabin by Gute

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Images © Gute

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This is a 240 sq. ft. Tiny Christmas Cabin by Jay and Kim Merrett.

It’s a 12′ x 20′ cabin in East Texas that’s fully decorated for the holidays.

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Jay and Kim’s 240 Sq. Ft. Tiny Christmas Cabin

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Images © Jay and Kim Merrett

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