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The Mac Shack Tiny House


This is the Mac Shack Tiny House by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes.

If you want to take your tiny house on the road with you, this would be a good choice because it’s only 14ft long and you still get everything you probably need in a tiny home.

According to RMTH, this particular unit ended up costing about $31,000 back in 2016. Outside, it’s got rusty corrugated steel wainscot siding and a beautiful little covered entrance on the rear of the trailer with a custom, skinny dutch door — I love it!

The 14ft Mac Shack Tiny House on Wheels by Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes

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When you step inside, you’ll find yourself right in the kitchenette area. To your left, is the bathroom with a Nature’s Head Composting Toilet and a metal trough tub/shower. Straight ahead and up the staircase is your cozy sleeping loft. Did I forget to mention the beautiful and classic Hobbit Wood Stove inside?

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Plenty of storage for your favorite tea (I see Tulsi and Yogi teas up there!), coffee (my favorite), mugs, and your other favorite goodies. I also like how they organized the pots and pans with a kitchen rail.

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Floor Plan for this Tiny House

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Images © Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes

Highlights

Learn more about the Mac Shack over at this page on Rocky Mountain Tiny Homes. By the way, you can actually buy the plans to build this tiny house yourself right here.

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Alex

Alex is a contributor and editor for TinyHouseTalk.com and the always free Tiny House Newsletter. He has a passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to tiny cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. We invite you to send in your story and tiny home photos too so we can re-share and inspire others towards a simple life too. Thank you!

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  • Marsha Cowan May 11, 2018, 6:38 pm

    I remember seeing this one before. Love the size and finish inside. If I could make one recommendation, it would be to build shelves that hold stuff while you travel. Maybe you have something that covers those shelves for that purpose. I don’t know. If not, you could build what I call “boxcar” shelves. Place a 1×4, or 1×6 board (painted, stained to match the shelves) across the front so that it hangs down about an inch below the bottom of the shelf (and makes the shelf length stronger), and covers about 3″ above the edge of the shelf ( a little over 4″ if you use the 1×6). This gives you room to lift out what you need, but it can stay put while traveling, yet you can still see all the things you have on your shelves. I made them for my tiny red bus, and it was such a time saver when traveling. I drove the bus around a lot, so I was looking for a way to keep everything in place all the time. Just a suggestion. It is a cute house!

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