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This is the ‘Papa Greybeard‘ Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s a 300 sq. ft. custom-built tiny home that’s for sale in Vermont!

I built this house over the span of about two and a half years. I have really enjoyed living in it, now in my third year. However, I have gotten the urge to travel. So I have purchased an RV and I’m selling my tiny house and am going to travel.1

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Space includes fresh clean drinking water from onsite well. RV 30-amp electricity. A sewer line is ready to be connected to your tiny house that can accept both grey water and toilet waste. Room enough to accommodate up to a 8×24 tiny house and one vehicle. A 10×10 space for gardening is also included.

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This is a 430 sq. ft. microHOUSE built for a Vermont artist by Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design.

The stunning tiny home has a sloped roof, happy yellow door and bright and open interior. According to Dezeen, “the home contains the sleeping loft, a bathroom with a tub, a kitchen, a table for dining and working, storage cabinets, and a living zone that doubles as guest sleeping quarters.”

Related: Amsterdam 24 by Transcend Tiny Homes

430 sq. ft. Vermont microHOUSE by Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design

Images via Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design

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This is the C.A.S.A. 802 in Vermont.

It was designed and built by Norwich University students.

Please enjoy, read more and re-share below!

Norwich University Students Design and Build CASA 802

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In this post Deek is going to show you some tiny cabins right on a river in New Hampshire.

They’re called ‘The Pemi Cabins‘ and are on Old Route 3 on Pemigawasset River right by Franconia Notch State Park.

Also- Deek’s upcoming ‘hands on’ tiny house workshop- ‘Tiny House Summer Camp 2‘ is in Orleans, Vermont this August 15-18, 2014.

Tiny Cabins in New Hampshire

Image © RelaxShacks

Image © RelaxShacks

Get the full tour of this little cabin in NH with Deek in the video below:

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‘From Tiny House to Little House’ is a guest post by Jane Dwinell

After living and traveling in our Tiny House for a year, we decided it was time to settle down. We missed gardening, and wanted the community you can build by staying in one place. We looked for property and found what we wanted in Vermont on the shores of Lake Champlain.

Unfortunately, the Tiny House was not built to withstand a Vermont winter. And, to be honest, we wanted more space…. not much more, but more. If we had known we were going to stay put in a Tiny House, we would have designed and built it differently. We would have gone to the tallest height we could have legally (instead of two feet lower for ease of going down the road), and had a sleeping loft. That would have given us more floor space in the living area, and greater storage options. We would have added more insulation, and been less concerned about weight.

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