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TAVA Modular Stunning Scandinavian-Style Tiny House on Wheels

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TAVA Modular in California brings us this stunning Scandinavian-style THOW with beautiful, modern elements that are sleek yet inviting. A giant wall of windows on the front provides all the natural light within the tiny home.

There’s a loft bedroom, a front living space, and an L-shaped kitchen. A moody, luxurious bathroom in the back has a tiled shower and floating vanity. It’s for sale for $77K in Fullerton, CA.

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Modern Tiny House with Covered Porch

I love the strip of lighting on the inside of the roof.

Those are beautiful lights over the eating area.

There’s an induction cooktop and deep black sink.

The wall of windows lets in tons of lovely light.

A luxury bathroom with a rainfall shower head.

The entrance is on the side of the tiny home.


  • $77K
  • Condition: new
  • Location: Fullerton, CA
  • Size: 33′(L)x8’5′(W)x14′(H)
  • Square footage: 200sqft
  • Standing seam metal roofing and siding
  • Full bathroom and kitchen
  • Sofa bed in the living room
  • All furnishing included
  • Loft
  • NOAH Certification

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Kathy
    July 17, 2023, 12:35 pm

    Love this exceptional tiny house. Especially love the price and the inclusion of furnishings.The bathroom is fantastically roomy, functional and beautifully finished. The kitchen has all one would need, and the seating area and porch are a knockout. Can I move in now please?

  • jerry dycus
    July 17, 2023, 8:35 pm

    I don’t understand the porch, steps, without a door. I’d build the windows or a Bay windowseat to the edge for more inside room and a deck, solar panel roof porch on the door side.

  • Susan
    July 17, 2023, 8:35 pm

    This is simply lovely!

  • Donna Rae
    July 18, 2023, 11:11 pm

    Aesthetically, this is fabulous! The kitchen is great with plenty of counter space and includes an efficient induction cook top…love that! The living space is roomy and has a blank wall across from the couch from the all important big screen TV, which is not always the case. Many want that and this designer paid attention! Love the dramatic bathroom. Having saying all those positive things, I’d like to suggest a few changes to make this more livable for me personally. Like one of the other comments, I don’t understand why there is no door from the interior to the small covered deck. It looks impressive but without easy access, I’d rather that be interior space. I think I’d prefer that anyway but still have a wall of glass. Make it so you can open it up for a nice breeze. Those substantial steps up to the deck looks a bit like a choir might perform there. I think I’d prefer to put the deck by the entry door. I know that there are many who love the rain shower heads but I am not one of them. Maybe a traditional shower head is old fashioned but combined with a hand held with a selection of sprays would be ideal…well, for me, anyway. As I said, these are changes for me personally. There are many who would think that this beautiful and stylish Tiny is perfect. Kudos to the designers and thanks to THN for posting such an interesting and thought provoking Tiny House!

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