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Tiny House on Wheels with a Bunk Bed Couch

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This beautiful brand new tiny house has some really fun high-tech features, including an epic convertible couch that turns into bunk beds! It also has a private first floor bedroom, making it a great option for families.

The home is 32 feet long and has a nice little galley kitchen and a luxury bathroom with beautiful honeycomb tiles. It’s for sale right now for $119K in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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This 32′ Tiny House has a Couch that Converts into Bunk Beds!

Euro-style cabinetry with a shiny finish

That couch has a hidden surprise!

It becomes a bunk bed!

Here’s the view from the living room.

Here’s the ground floor bedroom.

The roller blinds are handy.

Those hexagon tiles are stunning.

The shower has some fun nobbly tiles.

I like the little shelf and high window.

It’s quite a nice bathroom.

It has a coastal feel on the outside.

The big window is a great feature!


  • Steel framed
  • Trailer Made trailer
  • Hydrophobic spray foam insulation
  • VaproShield Frog-skin waterproofing
  • LP Smart Side siding
  • Ten-foot interior ceilings!
  • Luonto Elevate Bunk Bed Sofa Sleeper
  • Back bedroom features a queen bed, 6’6” tall casement windows, dimmable chandelier and cup lights, and electric blinds
  • Full-size tile bathroom, including a washer/dryer nook
  • Year Built: 2023
  • Interior Ceiling Height: 10 Feet
  • Exterior Roof Height : 13 Feet
  • Estimated Square Feet: 256 SqFt Width x Length: 8 ft wide x 32 ft long (36ft including trailer tongue)
  • Interior Wall Details: 8” Nickel Gap Shiplap Flooring Details: Engineered Hardwood Kitchen Countertop & Cabinet
  • Details: Euro Style Cabinets with quartz counters
  • Kitchen Sink Details: Full size single bowl
  • Stove & Exhaust Vent Details: Two burner induction stove
  • Washer & Dryer Details: Plumbed for RV style washer/dryer
  • Lighting Details: All lighting is LED and living areas are all on dimmer switches
  • Bathroom Details Shower: 36”x6’
  • Tile shower shower Toilet Type: A Traditional Flushing Toilet – wired for a bidet
  • Number of Windows: 6 Windows Structure
  • Framing Material Details: Steel Framed Roof Material Details: Crinkle Finish Standing Seam Metal Roof
  • Plumbing Details: all plumbing is PEX and PVC piping Sewer hookup
  • Details: sewer hookup is on the side of the trailer – there are no tanks
  • Insulation Location & R-Value Details: Hydrophobic open-cell spray foam
  • Trailer Details Trailer Brand & Hitch Size: Trailer Made Trailers – Hitch size is 2 5/16

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Maria Kentala
    March 11, 2023, 7:08 am

    No closets! Windows in bedroom too big!

  • Susan
    March 11, 2023, 8:59 am

    Nicely done, although you can skip the bunkbeds and give me a larger kitchen, as I rarely eat out. I’d also need a little more storage, but can see it wouldn’t be an issue, even with the present layout.

  • Randy
    March 14, 2023, 9:45 am

    Where can I purchase the couch to bunk bed conversion?

    • James D.
      March 14, 2023, 8:57 pm

      Look up the Elevate Bunk Bed Sleeper Sofa by Luonto… Luonto’s own site will list some of the retailers that carry their products if you have trouble finding one.

  • Donna Rae
    May 27, 2023, 8:29 pm

    It’s plain to recognize that this is a nice Tiny so kudos to the designers but as is the case with every build, some will think it’s perfect and some will see changes that would make it a better fit for their own needs. I know there are some who think extra large windows are the bees knees but when they are low enough that they are at the same level as the bed, that feels an awfully lot like privacy would suffer. I love big windows but these are just too low for me to feel comfortable. It also makes it so you can’t put a headboard behind the bed. A dresser would stick up too far, too, for someone who didn’t have a big bed and needed the storage. I agree that the kitchen is pretty small so maybe a slightly smaller couch (I don’t need that very clever couch-to-bunk-bed, either) and eliminate one side of that double door so you could put a cabinet and counter across from the current kitchen. Even a table you can fold up or down according to your needs would be great. That would mean less storage but you could use it for prep, eating and/or a place for your laptop. And a window above it would mean you would have a view even though the window didn’t go all the way to the floor. A tiny bit less light but no big deal. Have a couple of folding stools and it could work nicely. All suggestions that would meet my own needs better. I should also mention that I look at Tinies with an eye to long term living rather than a BnB visit. Ideally, I would add a couple of feet to the length of the whole thing…I know, it adds expense but long term it might feel so much more roomy…and maybe make it 10′ wide instead of 8.5. I guess I just remade the whole darn thing. 😉 Sorry. I still think this is a nifty little Tiny so my kudos to the designers still stand. Thanks for sharing!!!

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