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The Charlavail Solar Tiny House on Wheels

This is the Charlavail solar tiny house on wheels by Jamaica Cottage Shop with Relax Shacks.

Outside, you’ll notice the house has board and batten siding, round windows, and a curved roof.

When you go inside, you’ll find the walls and ceilings are paneled with pine. There are two lofts, one for sleeping and a smaller one for storage. Next to the front door you’ll find a breakfast nook with three windows. The bathroom includes a toilet and a stand-up shower.

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The Charlavail Solar Tiny House on Wheels


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Video: “The Charlavail”, A Rustic, Solar, Tiny House on Wheels

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.

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  • Avatar Gabrielle Charest

    Jamaica Cottage Shop has some really cool, unique homes.

  • Avatar Bigfoot

    He mentions 35,000 sq ft ‘shop’ & 100 models in stock, that’s pretty substantial. I really like this build & it sure seems like JCS has it together. For example, the C02 detector should be standard in any of the units that have gas but I haven’t seen very many used in other builds. I always wonder when I see those showers at floor level if they bothered to install a proper trap. They address this with the raised floor The carpentry work is very good, different angles on the dormers give it a unique feel. I give them an A on this one.

  • Avatar Michael

    Good details but overall to much clutter for my taste. I prefer clear simple (and less expensive) design.

  • Avatar Lisa E.

    I’m totally loving that ‘lollipop’ stained glass window. Love it!
    I’m also loving the outside looks of this house; very different, reminds me of Queen Anne or Victorian styling. Very nice.
    I’m also loving the big spacious upstairs; wonderful, and the bank of windows in the bump-out for that surround feeling (I bet that’s REALLY nice during the winter holiday season with the snow falling and colored lights everywhere.)
    My only concern are the natural edges on things. For me, I think I’d be snagging my clothing and scraping my arms and belly; I’m too clutzy and need to live in a more child-proof environment (with me being the kid!)
    This is a beautiful build; very creative and eye-catching. A wonderful addition to the THOW roster of possibilities in dream housing 😀

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