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The Last Mohican Tiny Home on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living


This is The Last Mohican Tiny Home on Wheels by Modern Tiny Living. It’s a beautiful 20ft model with a full kitchen, beautiful loft, full bath, and plenty of storage.

When you step inside, you’re in the living area featuring a built-in couch that turns into a bed. You’ll also notice black cabinets and built-ins for your storage with beautiful wood accents — including the storage staircase to the loft.

So what do you think, could you see yourself living in this tiny house?

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Video Tour

Highlights

  • 20ft
  • Wood accents
  • Black cabinets
  • Full kitchen
  • Full bath
  • Lots of storage
  • 160 sq. ft. first floor
  • 70 sq. ft. loft
  • Weighs about 9000 lbs.
  • $59,000 as shown

Learn more about The Last Mohican over at Modern Tiny Living. Want to inquire about MTL building your own custom tiny home? Contact them here!

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  • Eric May 15, 2018, 4:11 pm

    Totally agree with Mark Frank… I don’t recall seeing the closet idea in any of the many tiny homes I’ve looked at since 2013 (OMG thaaaat looong?)

    Only downside for me in this and many other tiny homes is the need to crawl around on your hands and knees in the sleeping loft.

    I truly believe that the first person who markets a tiny home with a bump up for the bedroom will make a virtual killing in the marketplace. Have it down for travelling and then bump it up when parked. Would definitely work for me.

    • James D. May 16, 2018, 4:47 pm

      First for raise-able roofs? There’s actually been more than a few over the years but one company that is making it a selling point right now is Pop-Top Tiny Homes, LLC (Atlanta, GA)…

      However, there are always trade offs and reasons why you won’t see it widely done yet because of the added cost and maintenance it’ll require…

      • Eric May 16, 2018, 5:44 pm

        Wow, I haven’t seen that before… anywhere. But having now had a look I wonder why the pop up goes down on the inside rather than the outside, which is what I had imagined. Surely that would be more prone to leaking?

        • James D. May 16, 2018, 6:44 pm

          Yes, but it can be managed with proper maintenance.

          The reasoning is prioritizing of space… The slide up mechanism and the portion of the walls that have to overlap take up space and the whole structure still has to be road legal so nothing sticking out the sides further than 8’6″…

          So the choice was to take away space from the lower interior or the upper and they chose the later as the second floor doesn’t need to have as much space as the lower main floor.

  • Gabriella May 16, 2018, 5:49 am

    These housing solutions can solve many problems, for example that of
    “Escaping from a world that judges suddenly, but that does not want to be judged”…..

  • Nysha May 16, 2018, 3:51 pm

    This is a very nice tiny house. I like the closet idea, which would work for any closet. I think I’d put it on rollers, with another solid door behind it (think barn door). That way I could close the closet completely, and have easy access to either side.

  • Lan May 23, 2018, 5:03 pm

    I love the look of this–the light/dark contrasts. And I agree that the closet idea is clever and tidy. I agree, though, about the height of the lofts in some of these houses. I’m a bit claustrophobic–that ceiling is waaaaay too close to the bed for my comfort. To each his own, though. Some people might find it comforting.

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