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The West Coast Tiny Home is an incredibly beautiful self-built tiny house on wheels on Vancouver Island. 

Amy and Craig from West Coast Tiny Home spent a lot of time designing their home before they started to build, and the extra planning really paid off! 

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Modern Self-Built Tiny Home With Impressive Interior

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This is a tiny stargaze cabin at Bellfire Farm in the Catskills Mountains of upstate New York.

It’s a really unique place that you can actually book a stay at via Airbnb. It has a big window in the rear of the cabin, on the roof, made for stargazing. It’s really interesting and unique. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments.

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Tiny Stargazing Cabin in New York

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This tiny house is 35’ long and 8.5’ wide and it has a modern kitchen, a main floor bedroom, a walk-through bathroom, and a vaulted ceiling in the living room.

It’s parked at a new RV Resort in Halfmoon Bay, British Columbia, and you can find it on Airbnb if you’re interested in staying in it!

35-ft. Tiny House with Walk-Through Bathroom in Halfmoon Bay (BC), Available on Airbnb

Half Moon Bay Tiny House Tour 12

Image © Exploring Alternatives

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This is the story of how a 1989 Ford camper van has been modified and modernized into an off-grid solar motor camper. Or as Sharrieff Fareed of the DualEx/YouTube Channel calls it, an off-grid solar tiny house in a van.

So he acquired the van and used his DIY skills to carefully convert it into a modern tiny home (in a van) for a total of only $3,500 (including the cost of buying the van) and then turned around and sold it for $12,000 (after several months). You can always see what he’s up to next on his YouTube, Instagram, and website where he offers his Campervan Conversion Guide eBook.

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Modernized 1989 Ford Camper Van Tiny House Built For $3,500

DualEx Builds Rehabs Class B Van For Only 3500usd via DualEx YouTube 001

Images via DualEx/YouTube

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This is the story of a couple in their 30’s who are mortgage and debt-free after building their own DIY tiny house on wheels. According to the Tiny Home Tours/YouTube interview and tour, it took them about 9 months to build and they have been living in it for over two years now.

They even added an amazing deck to expand their living space outside. This really makes having friends over nice, doesn’t it? Way to go Ericka and Jason for going tiny and being debt-free in your 30’s! That’s the way to do it!

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30’s Couple Mortgage And Debt-free After Building Their Own Tiny Home

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This is a micro tiny house village under development by Antoine J. Dean (Instagram). He’s a Portland, Oregon real estate agent, investor, and vlogger who is venturing into tiny homes on a duplex property that he already owns and he YouTubes about it on his channel.

What do you think of real estate investors like this using tiny homes to develop more units using already existing property? According to the video, by the way, I believe there are a few spots available to park your own tiny house on the property as well so if you’re interested you can learn about how to get in touch with him below. So what do you think? He’s currently in the process of making improvements to the tiny homes. So stay tuned.

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Portland Oregon Real Estate Investor Developing a Micro Tiny House Village on Existing Duplex Property

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This is the story of Nate and his box truck tiny house conversion. Originally, he bought the 1989 Ford E350 for $9,250. The best part is that it only had 33K miles on it. Turns out, it wasn’t really being driven very much, it was being used as a mostly stationary bunkhouse/cabin in Auburn.

So Nate proceeded to gut it so he could start a new build from scratch. Now it’s completely customized and features redwood inside, a lift kit, 4-wheel drive conversion, a DIY composting toilet, and much more. There’s a lot we can learn from Nate below so please enjoy and let us know what you learned from his story and his box truck tiny house conversion in the comments. Thanks.

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He Bought A Used Box Truck And Turned It Into His DIY 4×4 Motorhome

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This is to let you know that Levi Kelly/YouTube has released a video tour of the amazing silo fairytale cottage (also known as the Santarella) that we’ve blogged about previously out of Tyringham, Massachusetts. Remember this one?

It looks like something out of a movie! In fact, according to Levi Kelly, Disney has plans to film there soon! So yes, it’s THAT enchanting! Anyway please enjoy the video tour thanks to Levi Kelly/YouTube, who by the way, has also been doing films on various other amazing tiny homes. More on that below!

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Fairytale Silo Cottage VIDEO TOUR w/ Levi Kelly

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This is the story of a family of 8 and their bendy bus conversion!

It does 5 and a half miles per gallon but considering it weighs 26 tons, carries 30 days worth of water, and is completely ready for boon-docking, it’s really not bad. Especially when considering the completely unforgettable experience they’re creating together as a family. Their great-great-grandchildren will easily be talking about this. So what do you think? Too big or too cool?

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Family of 8 Living and Traveling in Huge (And Rare) Converted Bendy Bus

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