UPDATE: This tiny house is SOLD… This is a 255 sq. ft. tiny house for sale called the Firefly Manor. It’s currently priced at $29,995 and located in Aldie, VA.
It features two sleeping lofts and a walk-in closet. The owners of this tiny home are relocating and cannot take their tiny house with them.
Check out the video tour below along with contact information if you are interested in it. Enjoy!
255 Sq. Ft. Tiny House For Sale (SOLD)
Images via Our Tiny House Blog
This is the Chinook Peak model by Tiny Mountain Houses, a builder with locations in both Oregon and California.
The home features a layout that prioritizes the living room, which sits beneath the sleeping loft that’s accessible by storage steps. You could easily fit your comfy couch in here! The kitchen has everything you need and the bathroom even includes a tub for those who want one. Cool!
Get additional details and base price below, and take the video tour to get the full view. Enjoy!
Related: Jared and Haley’s Tiny Mountain Home
Chinook Peak Model by Tiny Mountain Houses
This is the SaltBox Tiny House by Extraordinary Structures that features an amazing Murphy bed to keep you from needing to sleep in a loft.
The interior is crisp and very modern, with stainless steel counter tops and unfinished wooden walls. I really like the aesthetic, and I enjoyed taking the video tour with the builders (see it below the pictures!) to learn all about the house.
Related: Salt and Water’s Portable Tiny House (not on wheels!)
SaltBox Tiny House by Extraordinary Structures (Murphy Bed!)
This is a 430 sq. ft. Two-Bedroom Family Home in the Australian Bush.
The Stewy Crew on YouTube lead a great tour of their tiny space which includes a master bedroom and a nursery for their daughter Lyric (how cute is that name, by the way?). They explained their water and power situation which produces some super-small electric bills.
Enjoy the tour!
Related: The Portal by The Tiny House Company in Australia
430 sq. ft. Two-Bedroom Family Home in the Australian Bush
This is the Adventure or Bust School Bus Conversion, owned by high school sweethearts Brittany and Steven.
They chose a bus conversion over a traditional tiny house because it would cost less (they spent $17,600 on the build, see the breakdown here) and be easier to transport to accommodate their travels. The coolest part? You can follow the whole conversion on their blog, and if you have questions about this skoolie conversion, they provided a handy list of FAQs which they answered for you.
Check out their beautiful pictures and then enjoy the video tour on the last page!
Related: Woman Converts Bus into Mobile Home that Runs on Free Vegetable Oil
Adventure or Bust School Bus Conversion: Tour!
This is a Tiny House with a Guest Room built by Free Range Homes.
Here you can watch the video walk-through from Go Downsize of this great model that features French doors, beautiful wall built-ins (or “ons”?), a spacious kitchen, and the coolest tables I’ve seen to date in a tiny home! The couch is a great size and the bathroom has a lovely tub and shower with those pebble tiles I love so much.
Enjoy the tour! If you want a home like this, get in touch with Free Range Homes on Facebook.
Related: Barn THOW with a Rooftop Deck
Free Range Tiny House with Guest Room
This is the Sakura, a new Gooseneck THOW by Minimaliste with an utterly soothing and luxurious color pallete!
The home was custom-built and it has tons of amazing features, including a huge bedroom on the gooseneck where you can stand to get changed and make the bed. Plus, the bed flips up and you can store all kinds of things underneath. The kitchen has a large fridge and electric stove for all your cooking needs and through the quaint pocket door you’ll find a spa-worthy bathroom.
Check out all the pictures and then take the awesome in-depth video tour that will answer all your questions about the home (except maybe the price, since it was custom!).
Related: Sequoia Tiny House on Wheels by Minimaliste
The Sakura: Luxurious Gooseneck THOW by Minimaliste
This is the BunKaboose by EcoCabins in Colorado.
The BunKaboose, designed by David Papen and Darin Zaruba from EcoCabins, was first envisioned as a cross between a caboose rail car and a rustic bunkhouse. A uniquely original tiny house with rugged style, classic appointments, and superior quality craftsmanship, the 20’ model with a 4’ deck is now available and the 24’ model with a 4’ deck will be released soon. This home features a quaint rustic metal deep soak bathtub, two lofts, an electric fireplace, and ‘beetle kill pine’ interior walls, trim, and floors.
Related: Morrison Tiny hOMes Now Available by EcoCabins
BunKaboose by EcoCabins in Colorado
Jay Shafer, the founder of Tumbleweed Houses, designed the Epu tiny house and offers building plans for those interested in their very own little home on wheels.
He lived in this design for several years before selling it so that he can create more. This post will give you all of the information you need to find building plans for the Epu.
You’ll also find plenty of photos and a complete video tour of the house with Jay himself.
Tumbleweed Epu Tiny House
This design is 8′ wide and 15′ long and is made to sit on a 7′ by 14′ double axle trailer. Inside the ceiling is 6′ 3″ high with a loft height of 3′ 8″.
If you are a taller person these dimensions can be adjusted when building to meet your own height requirements as it has been done before.
Photos Courtesy of Tumbleweed Houses
This design has been featured on Oprah and it comes with the following features: