You might remember both of these plans because I’ve posted about both the 1042 and the 836. The 1042 is technically a park model tiny house, while the 836 is a 36-foot tiny house on wheels that’s easier to tow with a regular full-size pick-up truck. Which one do you like best? Would you want to use your tiny house as a travel trailer, or not?
This version is still pretty big, but it’s easier to tow, and legal to do so without a permit, kind of like a travel trailer. It’s 8′ 6″ wide, 36′ long, and 13’6″ tall. The design is flexible, so you can sort of make the space work best for you. I wonder what yours would look like…
This is a larger than usual tiny house you can build using these $39 downloadable tiny house plans from Michael Janzen. It’s called the 10×42 Carrack because, well, it’s 10-feet by 42-feet. It’s a big tiny house on wheels, technically would be classified as a park model. This type of unit is great if you want to go tiny, but not too tiny.
It’s comfortable, spacious, and still mobile if you ever really wanted or needed to move. The Carrack 1042 is part of Michael Janzen’s new generation of tiny house designs for 2019. Michael says, “It’s wider and longer than most tiny houses but a project sized for many do-it-yourselfers.”
This is the Nora Tiny House by Go Tiny. It’s a tiny home built onto a 28-foot drop axle trailer with approximately 240-square-feet of space inside.
It features large windows and is inspired by modern architecture. The design includes a kitchen, living area, dining/desk space, main floor bedroom, and a full bathroom. The company offers plans so you can build it yourself or hire a contractor to do it for you.
Together with my wife, Malissa, we built The Tiny Tack House 8 yr. ago and have enjoyed living tiny so much that we want to open up the opportunity for others to “Try on Tiny” before deciding to do it themselves. Welcome to tiny, now enjoy your stay!
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