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200 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage on Wheels For Sale

I had to share this 200 sq. ft. tiny cottage on wheels that’s for sale with you.

It’s a So Cal Tiny Cottage that used to be a showroom unit.

It’s a 10 x 20 footprint with full kitchen, bathroom, vaulted ceilings, and a loft.

This tiny home is built right onto a double axle trailer.

200 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage on a Trailer For Sale

I encourage you to check out the rest of this micro cottage below and learn more on how you might be able to buy it if you want to:











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More details on this tiny house:

  • Lap board exterior siding
  • 1″ x 4″ trim
  • 2 French Insulated Doors
  • 3 Insulated Windows
  • Roof shingles with lifetime warranty
  • Double axle trailer as foundation
  • Vaulted ceilings with a loft
  • Kitchen sink installed
  • Refrigerator installed
  • Bathroom with flush toilet and shower
  • Hard wood flooring
  • Drywall painted walls
  • Fully insulated
  • Front porch

This is a good move in ready tiny house that you can start living in right away or you can also use it as a guest house, vacation cabin, rental cabin, etc.

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  • Avatar MotherLodeBeth March 10, 2014, 4:54 pm

    I would put a stackable washer dryer where the big refrigerator is, and then a refrigerator and freezer drawer set up with a counter top Breville convection oven and a two plate propane burner set up. And sky lights in the cramped loft area.

  • Avatar Dee Thompson March 10, 2014, 5:55 pm

    I love this one. I could have a sofa/daybed in the living room, full size fridge, complete bathroom. I would have to add in some closet/storage, would love this one.

  • Avatar CathyAnn March 10, 2014, 7:16 pm

    Michelle and Sandra, I agree with the points you make, and with you too, Janne. At least there’s a lot to work with here. Move the bathroom door to the kitchen so that the space where the door is currently would make a great dining nook and/or desk area. The bathroom door in the kitchen could be a sliding door so it doesn’t interfere with the kitchen space. The loft space would be a pain to even store things.

  • Avatar DryWall March 10, 2014, 10:00 pm

    Drywall walls? no thanks! i don’t see drywall holding up on the road.

  • Avatar Doc March 10, 2014, 11:20 pm

    This unit is large, but needs special permits to pull. That width allows the larger appliances in the kitchen, which I love. Looking at the bathroom I would sacrifice my large appliances for a usable loo! That room is so cramped at 6’2″ my knees would be in the kitchen! Never mind cleaning that corner by the shower!?!?
    Looks well made. I like the finishes. I like the big porch but the loft height prohibits my use. I would have used that square footage the porch occupies for a bedroom. As this house requires special permits to pull and would not be moved much I would locate it then add a porch and steps there.
    It could be a usable design with a few tweeks. Oh, yea. I love the look of the higher lofts in traditionally designed tiny houses so I too would have pushed the vaulted ceiling to the max. Just my 2¢. 🙂

  • Avatar Dominick Bundy March 10, 2014, 11:42 pm

    Perfect, Just needs a sizable closet.

  • Avatar N Roth March 11, 2014, 1:04 am

    The porch, while adorable, el make it nearly impossible to pull realistically. You’ve lost all the turning ability by building over the triangle of the hitch. Just imagine having to make a sharp turn with the truck attached. ..

    • Avatar Byron March 11, 2014, 6:49 pm

      That was my first thought. I’ve seen that a few times on tiny homes. They could still build a triangular storage area in that space and be fine.

  • Avatar Darcy March 11, 2014, 8:43 pm

    General design is nice, kitchen looks like it was designed by my husband, boring and no thought. The place needs a woman’s touch.

  • Avatar Tommy March 13, 2014, 1:36 pm

    Looks like it has sheetrock walls. It’s going to crack in a ton of spots once you try and move it. That’s why there is wood on the interior of these tiny houses.

  • Avatar Annie Mcginty March 17, 2014, 6:24 am

    What is the price for this unit & Location?

  • Avatar Tom Raab April 23, 2014, 12:04 pm

    Where is this tiny house located and how much is it. I’m very interested. I have to move in July

  • Avatar Becky Little Magee May 15, 2014, 1:27 pm

    About the windows not being level, I may be looking at them all wrong but each of them kind of look like they are made to look like two windows. They appear to be one window and the right side slides to the left exposing a screen for circulation. I think because right side slides to left, so frame needs to be smaller than left, that maybe that makes them look unlevel. This is the way they look to me because looking at the one picture of the windows from the outside it does look like there is a screen on the right side (left side looking from outside), I’m not saying I know for sure. Let me know what you think about this possible explanation.

  • Avatar Glema May 15, 2014, 2:46 pm

    I would like this one with the roof that is used for barns to give more room I think…hmmm

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