This is an 18ft steel-framed tiny house on wheels for sale that ESCAPE took on a trade-in and then made some modifications and upgrades to it to make it better.
You can learn more about it and get a full video tour of it below and if you’re interested you can get in touch with the sales team at ESCAPE to purchase it.
Either way please enjoy the full tour below and let us know what you think about it in the comments. Thanks!
18ft Steel-Framed Tiny House on Wheels For Sale: Lightweight and Built to Last!
Images via YouTube
This is a 24ft steel-framed tiny house on wheels listed for sale (sold) in Vista, California.
Our goal with this Tiny Home was a modern open floor plan, lightest weight possible and custom high end Tiny Home with all the features of a standard home.
You can also learn about the pros and cons of steel framing in tiny homes in one of the videos at the bottom of this article. This tiny house even features an elevator bed. Meaning, when you’re not using the bed, it stows into the ceiling! Pretty cool… Enjoy!
Steel-Frame Tiny House with Elevator Bed
Images via Tiny Home Builders
Remember Jay and Kim Merrett? They’re the couple who built a 240 sq. ft. steel-framed tiny house in the woods, remember? You may also recall when they shared photos of their tiny home decorated for Christmas!
Well, today, we’ve got an update from Jay and Kim and I’m happy to be sharing that with you. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to live tiny on your own land, and the costs associated, I think you’ll love this story/update! So I’m going to “pass the mic” to Jay & Kim. Enjoy!
Jay & Kim’s DIY Tiny Cabin & Homestead in Texas (Plus How Much It Costs Them To Live This Way)
This is a lightweight 245 sq. ft. steel-framed tiny house on wheels with two huge slide outs.
This model is called the Rogue and it’s designed and built by Raymond McCue in Sherwood, Oregon. Enjoy!
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Lightweight, Steel-Framed Tiny House with Dual Slide Outs!
Photo credit: Raymond McCue