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Tiny Victorian Tiny House by Pacifica Tiny Homes

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This is the Tiny Victorian. It’s a Victorian-style tiny home on wheels built by Pacifica Tiny Homes out of the San Francisco Bay Area.

With pricing starting at $39,000, it’s one of the more affordable tiny houses you can buy from a builder. What do you think? Do you feel it is a good value?

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Victorian-style Tiny House on Wheels by Pacifica Tiny Homes for $39,000

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The Tiny Victorian by Pacifica Tiny Homes

The inside features a full kitchen, bathroom, storage staircase, and sleeping loft with windows.

Here is a closer look at the cozy sleeping loft here.

VIDEO TOUR of the Tiny Victorian THOW


Queen size and a Sofa Bed
AC/Heater unit
Cooktop, Refrigerator, Toilet, Sink
Shower with Water Heater
Television, Fold down table
Stairs that serve as closet storage
Humidity Sensor
RV connections

More photos : https://pacificatinyhomes.com/tiny-victorian

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  • Kimberly Matic
    September 16, 2019, 8:13 pm

    I don’t understand what makes this home “Victorian”?

    • James D.
      September 16, 2019, 11:34 pm

      Probably just a loose association of it being inspired by…

      Mind, that while Victorian homes reflect architectural styles that were popular during Queen Victoria’s reign (1837-1901) that were popular during Queen Victoria’s reign (1837-1901). However, many of the details that we now associate with this style are actually eclectic interpretations of older architectural movements such as Medieval Gothic and Romanesque.

      Key features being…


      Steep, gabled roofs
      Round angles
      Towers, turrets and dormers (Loft area of roof line is an example of a Dormer)
      Shapeley windows, especially bay windows
      Stained glass
      Decorative woodwork
      Bright colors


      Two to three stories (normally but can be single story)
      Floorplans featuring added nooks
      High ceilings
      Intricate wooden trim (Usually what most are referring to)
      Ornate staircases

  • Michael
    September 16, 2019, 9:24 pm

    A fresh, young, uncluttered and modern design which I like. The big windows make it more spacious than it is although I would prefer more ones which can be opened.
    There is a great lounge which allows to take a nap or accommodate guests for sleeping.
    Long kitchen counter, huge fridge and freezer allow to prepare decent meals.
    However, it lacks on a decent dining place. The small table under the stairs without window above isn’t joyful at all and for a single person only.
    I don’t like sleeping lofts and prefer lift up to ceiling bed which can be king size even in a small foot print THOW,
    Ana White in Alaska shows how it can be done simple at low cost. This eliminates the need of dormers, allows to reduce overall height and cost.
    Doing so frees staircase space and makes room for a decent dining and working area for two to four with folding table and chairs. A washer and dryer can be added.
    Looking on pricing I guess there is probably no option to customize.

  • maria
    September 17, 2019, 7:03 am

    Well I don’t like the video,too choppy. There is nothing Victorian about this home. Not a fan of big Picture windows. I would remove big picture window in living area and have a solid wall. Next I would replace the sliding window in living area with one that opens up and down. In kitchen I would put in two up and down windows instead of the big picture one. Up in loft I would remove the window in the back wall and have solid wall. I would also have railing on out side of stairs and a nicer railing at the foot of loft. These are just my thoughts. Maybe they do customizing .

  • Connie BELL
    September 17, 2019, 8:03 pm

    I would love to have one to live theyare perfect for two people may be one of these days i will own one

  • James D.
    September 18, 2019, 1:55 am

    They don’t specify to what extent but they do offer at least some customization options…

    Mind, however, that you’ll have to make at least one of the other two loft windows larger to provide an egress option to replace that rear window if you remove it. While the stairs are only around 2 feet wide, unlike normal residential stairs that are 3 feet wide. So make sure you’re okay with that narrow a path if you add an outer railing…

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