This tiny bunk house is essentially a stick built travel trailer. It’s 8′ by 6’4″ and was just built in 2012 using a heavy duty trailer frame. The bearings, rims, and tires were all replaced and 2×3 construction was used throughout.
All joints and siding were glued and screwed and it has a brand new steel roof. Brand new LED trailer light set was installed along with five LED lights and LED lantern to use for lighting. Currently for sale with an asking price of just $5,000. This could be your next travel trailer, micro guest house, or who knows?
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5k Tiny Bunk House on Wheels
There’s a spare tire that’s in excellent condition and it comes with a jack and padlock set with 4 keys.
There are custom painted murals on the interior and exterior of the house which you can optionally paint right over if you want.
There is an upper bunk that’s removable so you can have more headroom when it’s not in use.
This tiny house has never been used but it was towed to a state park for a photography session and test tow.
This is too small for full-time living but can still work as a unique travel trailer or backyard structure for work, sleep overs, or your own portable business.
What would you use something like this for? I think it’d be great for artists to use to carry their artwork to events. It can also be used for creative work or a micro backyard office. Besides just using it as a travel trailer, of course.
It was for sale with a listed price of $5,000. Source: http://muskegon.craigslist.org/rvs/3208626782.html
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