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This is the METRO Tiny House designed by Patrick Sughrue of Artisan Tiny House.

The METRO tiny house is the brainchild of Artisan Tiny House and is a nod to the mid-century curved travel trailers, with aluminum siding and exposed fasteners. She has traveled regionally, from Wenatchee, Washington and The Dalles, Oregon to some shows in Portland, Oregon. Everywhere she went people were amazed at how light and open she is, often commenting they could not believe she was only 20 ft. long.

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20ft METRO Tiny House Built with SIPs

20ft METRO Tiny House Built with SIPs by Artisan Tiny House 001

Images © Artisan Tiny House via Tiny House Plans

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This is a 216 sq. ft. tiny house with an elevator king bed that stores into the ceiling when you’re not using it.

It was built in 2017 and is currently located near Austin, Texas. The tiny house was built using structural insulated panels (SIPs) and is currently for sale for $49,999 according to Tiny Home Builders.

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12ft by 16ft SIP Construction Tiny House with an Elevator King Bed For Sale for $49,999

SIP Tiny House with Elevator King Bed 001

Images via Tiny Home Builders

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This is a 24ft SIP Tiny House on Wheels built by Cornerstone Tiny Homes out of Guthrie, Oklahoma.

The outside is finished with a faux stucco paint and trimmed with LP SmartSide trim. Inside, you’ll find beautiful custom cabinetry throughout. This tiny home is for sale for $65,000.

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24ft SIP Tiny House on Wheels For Sale by Cornerstone Tiny Homes in Guthrie, Oklahoma

24ft SIP Tiny House on Wheels by Cornerstone Tiny Homes

Images © Cornerstone Tiny Homes

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