This is a lightweight Woolywagon Tiny House on Wheels.
It’s built using aluminum framing to reduce weight (so you tow with a half ton truck or large SUV).
Currently it’s for sale and located in Russiaville, Indiana. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Woolywagon Tiny House
The porch also does double duty has a hand held hot n cold shower with a drain in the floor to the holding tank. Easily the porch can be closed in for winter use with take down panels. This compact tiny house Gypsy style by Woolywagons™ is the ultimate in compact tiny house living with easy pulling and mobility very lightweight totally framed of Aluminum,and foam sprayed insulation. This Gypsy tiny house by Woolywagons can be towed by a larger SUV or Half Ton Truck.
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Very nice and easy, strong , light to build and looks great. I’d make the porch fold out and move the axle forward though.
Is there a bathroom?…
Yes there is a Toilet It hides back in under the bed pull it out too use Dry Flush absolutely no odor Slide it back under bed close the doors out of site. Hey We want to thank you for your kind comments also
Steve the Woolywagons guy
LOVELY! love the woodwork in the ceiling.
Just out of curiosity, why don’t these gypsy wagons have bathrooms?
They do. It’s called the great outdoors. Ok, joking aside… that is what they traditionally did. Back in the day when there were no highway codes, sewerage codes etc… going back to the 19th century. Because they were itinerant travelers. Working here, there, anywhere a buck was to be made.
Thanks. Just wanted to know, although I am used to the great outdoors, since I camp a lot.
There is some gypsy blood in me on my mother’s side. Always loved their colorful wagons, so I was kind of curious about their bathroom situation. Thanks for replying Eric.
A lot of the time it was just “bucket-and-chuck-it”, or go to the toilet outside somewhere. My wife is descended from true Romany stock also.
For the ultimate in tiny living though, have a look online at the ornately decorated butty-cabins used on the old canal-barges. Sometimes whole families lived in them, but would obviously be working outside for most of the day to keep the barge moving.
I love the craftsmanship on the ceiling! Absolutely beautiful!
LOVE the woodwork, loft, arched windows, lift-up seats on the porch benches as well as inside, shower/bathroom option, and compact size. Truly a TINY HOUSE. This gives me ideas about what to do with a pre-built shed on a utility trailer, eventually.
Gorgeous. Love the shape! I also really like that there is a bed box instead of having to climb a ladder. The only thing I don’t see that’s important I’d a bathroom. But if you lived in st nice climate an outdoor alternative would work.
I love everything about this Woolywagon with one exception: the entry door. It doesn’t go with the exterior. I would rather see a rounded top Dutch door, or a solid wood door with a round glass window at the top.
Yeah, looks like the door was pinched off of a boat. Looks sooooo out of place.
Well the porch to me is a waste of space. With the porch space you could put in a bathroom and closet. Front door is totally out of place for this home.
I worked as a teacher with gypsy children for a while in England. Their trailers (caravans) mostly had bathrooms, but they rarely used them, as the official sites had brick built toilet blocks, with a w.c., shower and sink. I think this was for hygiene reasons. A lot of the families I worked with bought new caravans every couple of years or so, and they got better trade in values for trailers with unused bathroom. All the families I worked with had modern trailers, though some had vardos as well, but they were more for special occasions, such as Appleby Fair.
Whats with that butt-ugly front door?!! Whoever authorized installing it should be hung by his thumbs!!! It does nothing but lower the value of this fine vardo, not to mention being extremely HARD on the eyes. The quality workmanship of this beauty deserves a custom wood door of equal style.
What were they thinking???
I love the comment I’m still laughing I agree it is butt ugly so why do we use them. I have built the hand made Dutch doors however It is so hard to keep the doors from warping, keeping a good deal. Thus we went to using An RV fiberglass door they also have a screen door included
I figured We would leave it up to the new owner to paint or stain
Thanks for setting us straight on the door. I wonder if there is a fiberglass or steel door on the market that might work. In any case, this vardo has an absolutely lovely old country look. Nicely done!
Hi folks there is a toilet you just don’t see it. Guess where it is.? We use Dry Flush toilets in most of our builds,they are odorless, operate electronically, Google Dry Flush Figured out where the toilet is . Give up The toilet slides in and out from under the bed. Slide back when not in use the doors close and never seen until needed ,very space saving. We here at Woolywagons try to think of every way to keep things tiny and compact. We believe in using natural materials such as real wood for the aesthetic aspect, and like our Aluminum framing we believe in using the best of the best when it comes to materials.We screw and glue all components.We have a broad knowledge of the different species of natural wood and we offer and will recommend their use for their qualities. Thanks for looking
I am flexible, liking most designs, but I just don’t understand the appeal to the Vardos/gypsy style….
How much is it? It says it needs work and is for sale?
Great Gypsy wagon type style. Love the tin ceiling to.
Love your Gypsy style wagon, it’s awesome!! I love the arch shaped Windows, the woodwork and the tin ceiling is amazing!! What do you use for a heating source in the winter months?? Thank you for sharing!! Carol???