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This is a 228 sq. ft. railroad caboose to cabin conversion.
It’s about 31ft long and 8.5ft wide. Originally built in 1910 in Albans, Vermont.
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31ft Railroad Caboose to Cabin Conversion!
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
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.
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.”
430 sq. ft. Vermont microHOUSE by Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design
Images via Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design
This is the C.A.S.A. 802 in Vermont.
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