This is a tiny floating chapel cottage near Sarasota, Florida. It’s right on the Manatee River out of Palmetto, Florida which is just north of Sarasota and is available to book via Glamping Hub.
Seems like it would be a really fun and one-of-a-kind place to stay. Not exactly tiny, but can still fit snuggly right into the small category. I sure wouldn’t mind getting to go see it in person someday! How about you?
This is a 2003 Forest River Sandpiper Toy Hauler Trailer that has been renovated into a tiny house on wheels. It has approximately 184-square-feet of space to offer inside. This trailer is located in Sarasota, Florida.
The unit was stripped down all the way to the studs and completely rebuilt from the inside-out. The owners planned to keep it for themselves, but their plans have changed so now it’s available for $16,500 according to the listing on Tiny Home Builders.
184-Square-Feet Toy Hauler Trailer Tiny House Conversion For Sale in Florida
This Tiny House began its life in our home state of Pennsylvania. Originally, it was meant to be a vacation home in the PA Poconos. The original owner filmed a pilot for a TV show that wasn’t picked up. We loved the layout and decided to add it to our Tiny House village in Siesta Key. This sleeps 6 people, 2 in the loft (queen bed) and 4 people in first floor bedroom that has queen bunk beds. There is plenty of kitchen space and butcher block counter tops. You’ll love the vibe of this tiny house, you might just want to stay a few extra nights!1
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Beautiful ‘Margarita’ Tiny House in Florida That Sleeps 6!
It is a 220-square-foot luxury tiny home, and it offers all of the facilities and conveniences you need for living comfortably The Dragonfly tiny home features a standard-sized bed in the spacious, loft bedroom, as well as a convertible Ikea bed that turns into a couch in the living quarters. You’ll fall in love with the custom, hand-crafted cabinetry and modern decor throughout. The Dragonfly tiny home is designed to help you take advantage of natural light, which is why there’s a plethora of windows to let the sun into every part of the interior. There even a great little bistro set on the rear deck for morning coffee outside.1
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