These are two tiny houses on wheels joined together permanently to make one big tiny house! Well, technically, they’re semi-permanently attached. The design allows for detachment, but it looks permanent, doesn’t it?
This is pretty cool because I’ve never really seen it done before, although I would probably prefer to keep the units separate but adjoined by a deck instead, kind of like this one (also built by Molecule Tiny Homes). How about you? What do you think of this design idea?
This is the Brighton 8′ 6″ x 24′ THOW by Molecule Tiny Homes for sale in Santa Cruz, California.
Built on a gooseneck trailer, this bright yellow beauty includes a shed-style roof, tons of windows and two loft bedrooms, including the one you can stand in. There’s also a living room, bathroom with flush toilet, and well-stocked kitchen.
The build includes stunning details like adorable arched doors and windows and an off-the-loft balcony! I love the stonework in the kitchen and bathroom, and it even has excellent safety rails on the stairs and bedroom loft. Plus, those little green shutters are just adorable.
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