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This is the Boxcar Tiny House on Wheels in cedar. It’s built by Timbercraft Tiny Homes on a gooseneck/fifth wheel trailer with triple-axles.

One of the first things you might notice is the custom wood front door, it’s beautiful.

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The Boxcar Tiny House on Wheels by Timbercraft Tiny Homes

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This is the K2 Tiny House by Tiny Idahomes.

It’s a 26-foot THOW that starts at $48,950. Get the full tour and learn more below. Enjoy!

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The K2 Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Idahomes

The K2 Tiny House on Wheels by Tiny Idahomes

Images © Tiny Idahomes

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This is a zen desert cabin with trails that take you into Joshua Tree National Park. It’s called the Romantic Desert Cabin on Glamping Hub.

The twelve dedicated acres offers complete privacy, as guests only share the gated property with resident wildlife during the day and dark skies at night.

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Small and Cozy Zen Desert Cabin

Small and Cozy Zen Desert Cabin

Images via Glamping Hub

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This is a 16-foot high-tech and off-grid-ready 16-foot tiny house for sale out of Milpitas, California for $39,900. It was built in 2016 and offers approximately 160-square-feet of space for you inside.

According to the listing, it already has solar panels, spray-foam insulation, upgraded tires, upgraded trailer suspension, double-pane windows, air conditioning, audio system, 46-gallon fresh water tank, two 30-lb propane tanks, two 12V deep cycle batteries, 480 watts of solar panels, radiant floor piping installed, tankless propane water heater, SureCall 32db cellular signal booster with exterior mounted antenna, combo washer/dryer unit, AC/DC chest refrigerator, IKEA folding computer desk, African Mahogany countertops, and more.

This tiny home was designed and built by the current owner, but it’s no longer being used. It’s currently parked in storage and ready for the next owner. Do you think this is the sort of tiny house that would suit your needs? To explore more amazing tiny homes like this, join our Tiny House Newsletter. It’s free and you’ll be glad you did! We even give you free downloadable tiny house plans just for joining!

$40k High-Tech and Off-Grid-Ready 16-Foot Tiny House on Wheels in Phoenix, Arizona

High-Tech and Off-Grid 16-Foot Tiny House

Images via Tiny Home Builders

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This is the story of Madison and Raynor, a young couple who bought a Sprinter van and converted it into an amazing off-grid tiny home in only 36 days. The van has a 960-watt solar system and off-terrain tires.

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Couple’s Off-Grid, Solar-Powered Van Conversion That They Converted in 36 Days

Couple’s Off-Grid, Solar-Powered Van Conversion That They Converted in 36 Days

Images © Forrest Stevens via YouTube

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This is the story of Kenton and Melissa Zerbin and their cat, Roxanne. They’ve been living in their off-grid tiny house for almost two years now. And they have been Tiny House Newsletter subscribers for even longer. Today, they’re sharing their tiny house journey with us.

They’re located just outside of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with their 28-foot long off-grid tiny house on wheels. It took them about 8 months to design it and another 8 months to build it. They got it done just in time for the 2017 Edmonton Home & Garden Show where approximately 10,000 people toured their tiny house! Can you imagine letting 10,000 people tour your home?

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Kenton and Melissa Zerbin’s Off-Grid Tiny House Tour and Lifestyle

Couple Design and Build the Perfect Off-Grid Tiny Home @tomyorkphoto

©Tom York Photography 2018 (www.tomyorkphoto.com)

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This is a 28-foot Tailgater Tiny House on Wheels out of San Antonio, Texas. It’s listed for sale for $45,500 on Tiny Home Builders Marketplace.

It was built in 2018 and features a kitchen, bathroom, living area, sleeping area, washer/dryer, air conditioning, solar panels, a metal roof, cypress ship-lap siding, LED lighting, dual pane windows, and a New York ‘modern/country’ flair. What do you think?

Related: Couple’s Van Life with a Tailgate Loveseat

224-Square-Foot Tailgater Tiny House on Wheels: $45,500

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Images via Tiny Home Builders

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This is a sustainable small house with solar-power and rainwater-collection near Melbourne, Australia that you can rent on Airbnb.

It’s a sustainable off-grid home on a secluded 20 acres with rainwater collection, solar panels, batteries, a Rota-Loo composting toilet system, and eleven cows on the property. How would you like to live in a setting like this?

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Sustainable Off-Grid Small House with Solar and Rainwater System in Victoria, Australia

Small House with Solar-Power and Rainwater-Collection

Photos via Robert/Airbnb

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This is the story of a little off-grid fairytale cottage in Patagonia that’s available to book on Airbnb. It features a cozy living area with lots of windows, an eat-in kitchen, a full bathroom, an upstairs sleeping loft you can stand in, and a rooftop balcony.

Please tour the cottage, read our interview with the owners, and let us know what you think in the comments below.

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Tiny Off-Grid Fairytale Cottage in Patagonia

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