This handcrafted Western Tiny House is truly one-of-a-kind, with all sorts of reclaimed wood and tin roofing giving it a cozy, vintage vibe.
Built on a gooseneck trailer, you get that mostly-downstairs bedroom with just three storage steps to take you into your room. With 260 square feet, there’s also a spacious kitchen with an old-fashioned water pump, vintage fridge, and retro propane stove. And of course, I’m all about the wood-burning stove in the living room!
You can ask questions and make an offer (asking $37,500) over at Tiny House Marketplace. It’s located in Montrose, Colorado.
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Retro Stove, Vintage Wood Stove and Reclaimed Materials!
This is a feature on a 1971 vintage camper remodel with really cool off-grid appliances. The owners are Jenna and Nabil of Tiny House Giant Journey.
This 1971 Hunter Compact Jr. has gone through several remodels throughout its lifetime as Jenna mentioned in the video. You can also check out the before video to get an idea of what changed in the past year. With the most recent remodel, they were able to maximize the space for storage, a mini kitchen, and a convertible bench-to-bed.
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Off-Grid Ready Vintage Camper Remodel By Tiny House Giant Journey
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