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This is a custom tiny house on wheels built with real firetruck parts!

According to Today.com, the couple had this 148-square-foot tiny built by Free Range Tiny Homes as a tribute to first responders.

The tiny home is used to teach fire safety and to raise funds for first responders. You can follow their page, Tiny Firehouse, on Facebook. Pretty cool, right?

Firetruck Tiny House: A Tribute to First Responders

Firetruck Tiny House to Tribute First Responders

Photo via Today.com

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This 145 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels was built by a University of Texas design student, Joel Weber, for only $20,000.

Inspired by his childhood love for tree houses Joel decided to go tiny in an effort to live debt free. Thanks to a very small loan for his home he will soon be a debt-free college graduate and a homeowner.

This home was built on a 18-foot flatbed trailer. Joel says he loves the fact that he can move the home anywhere he wants to. It’s currently parked in a family friend’s backyard.

Once you go inside the tiny house to your right is a nice lounge area surrounded by windows. The storage staircase to the sleeping loft triples as a work area and pantry for the kitchen.

The kitchen has enough room for a mini refrigerator and full size oven for home cooking. In the bathroom you’ll see there is a full shower but at the time of this writing the toilet is still currently on Joel’s project to-do list. He currently uses the main house facilities when needed.

In the future Joel hopes to design and build more sustainable tiny homes similar to his own. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

College Student Builds $20k 145 Sq. Ft. Tiny House

College Student Builds 145 Sq. Ft. Tiny House-001

Images © Joel Weber via Today

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