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Tiny house living isn’t for everyone, but if the desire to downsize is gripping you, these portable abodes might do the trick. With a set of wheels for a foundation, you can pick up and move wherever your heart desires.

No climbing required: The bed stays on the floor in this cozy dwelling. Plus there’s a storage unit at the foot for all of your nighttime reading.

Every element of the home serves a purpose. Sliding panels reveal the Toybox’s hidden storage.

Check out the six homes below if you’re looking to tap into the mobile market, or, if you’re handy enough, to build one yourself. In most cases, you’ll be surprised at how affordable and luxurious living on wheels can be.

We love the recycled tile in the tiny home’s shower. So far, less than 10 Wohnwagons are in existence making each one unique.

The Linden’s kitchens are completely customizable and take advantage of a ton of natural light, which is why you came out here in the first place, right?

We love the Wheelhaus Wedge exterior for its marriage of rustic and modern design elements. High trapezoidal windows on the sides ensure privacy, while the mostly glass front floods the Wedge with natural light. 

A closet with a sliding barn door keeps clutter at bay in this vacation-ready retreat. And if that doesn’t sell you, the sky-high ceilings will.

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The Wohnwagon hails from Austria and is constructed from natural, recycled and a few new materials. The exterior is covered in naturally waterproof larch wood, which is known for its durability and attractiveness. 

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Tiny Solar House Price: Varies Square footage: 162 square feet One of the best things about a house on wheels is that you can take it just about anywhere. That’s a problem, too, as you’ll always need to find a water and electricity hookup to live with the basics.

The Tiny Solar House needs neither, however. A total of six (yes six) solar panels line the roof of the house, providing a total of 1.68KW of power, with enough battery storage to last three days. That’s enough to run an Energy Star refrigerator, along with lights and your other gadgets.

The stove and hot water heaters run off of propane, and you can add a water catchment system to go off grid with water, if desired. All you’ll need for power is a pump, as well as a filter to make the water drinkable and usable.

One word of caution, however: This model includes a composting toilet, meaning you’ll need to get used to removing the waste yourself, which likely isn’t as bad as it seems if you do it correctly.

Inside the Wedge, a large sliding glass door opens to a private deck, which increases living space. We think the gas fireplace feature, which also comes in electric, is just heavenly.

Though the exterior screams Davy Crockett, the interior’s designer touches include hip light fixtures, stainless steel appliances and faux stone flooring.

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Looking to live a more mobile lifestyle, one free of a concrete foundation? Consider a house on wheels, and no, we’re not always talking about an RV or a camper. Some of these houses on wheels really do look like a house, just smaller.

You can park them just about anywhere, as long as your local zoning official doesn’t mind.

6 amazing tiny homes on wheels are ready to roll wherever life takes you By Ed Oswald @edoswald — Posted on July 4, 2016 – 5:00PM 7.4.16 – 5:00PM

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Siskiyou (Colonial) – Oregon Cottage Company Price: $38,500 Square footage: 170 square feet If you’re looking for a house on wheels with more of a cabin feel, try out the Siskiyou. We like the tiny porch and front-facing windows, along with the high ceilings that characterize the so-called Great Room in the front of the tiny house.

Oregon Cottage Company pushes everything else — i.e., the bedroom loft, small kitchen, and bathroom — to the back of the house to maximize entertainment space. Skylights over the living area open the space up even more, and we recommend you allow the builders to paint the ceiling the same color as the walls.

This will open the space up even more and will give you the illusion that it’s a bigger space than it actually is.

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Greg Parham of Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses likes keeping things simple, earth-friendly and affordable. After discussing your wants, Parham will translate that into your needs and custom build you a home that suits both.

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Solar panels heat water for the shower and greywater is filtered through the green roof and is reusable within 24 hours. Clean water is stored under the floorboards.

This model was customized for a pair of newlyweds, but Wind River can easily install a loft or bunk beds. We love the industrial hanging light cages.

It may clock in at just 378 square feet, but this home also has a designated spot for a washer-dryer. (Although chances are you won’t have too many clothes to clean.)

Tumbleweed Houses are designed to weather all seasons, climates and personalities. The Cypress makes use of the most interior space, by incorporating a recessed corner porch affording the interior living area more space.

The Wohnwagon features spruce paneling or other woods indigenous to the region. Walls are insulted with wool, which naturally controls humidity. There are solar panels mounted on the roof with a recharging battery pack beneath the floorboards.

Who says that you have to compromise on taste? It’s hard to believe that a four-burner gas stove can be packed into one of these tiny mobile homes.

The sleeping area features hidden storage that can be used to conceal twin bed rolls or dirty laundry. Fold-down shelves maximize space and pull-out drawers act as a nightstand. 

Rustic elements, such as weathered wood, meet with corrugated metal to create an attractive exterior in harmony with the natural surroundings.

When he designed the Toybox, Schultz used lighter wood to make the space feel more open. The folding table has plenty of room for two. Above the bathroom doors is a sleeping loft.

There’s no longer any need to go over the river or through the woods to get to grandma’s house. Conceived as an eldercare solution, NextDoor Housing Drop Homes park loved ones right in your backyard yet afford you both independence and privacy.

From cooktops to full stoves, these Tiny House RVs have a range of options to suit your most adventurous cooking ambitions. This Elm features a two-burner electric cooktop.

While the Nomad’s Nest model from Wind River Tiny Homes will go just about anywhere you like, it is designed to stay put, not be pulled like an RV. However, should you decide to pull up stakes, this home can be toted to a new location whenever you like.

We must confess that the Escape Traveler’s kitchen is nicer than a lot of ours. The craftsmanship and attention to detail is unparalleled thus far.

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Customize your Elm with optional dormers in the loft for added space, light and cross breeze.

Go ahead and invite a friend on your roaming tiny house adventure, or host extra people in a backyard guesthouse. This smart trailer includes two lofts for double the sleeping space.

Vista – Escape Home Price: $46,600 Square footage: 160 square feet What strikes us about Escape Home’s Vista model is the windows. They. Are. Everywhere. You’re likely to feel cramped in a 160-square-foot area, so the large windows really open up the space.

There’s no loft, so your living room area doubles as your bedroom, though there is a fairly large bathroom (at least by tiny house standards). The centerpiece of the Vista is definitely the kitchen area, which takes up the entire center of the home.

It’s even big enough to house full-sized appliances and a small coffee table. If you’re a cook, the Vista will definitely be up your alley.

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Mica owners enjoy the freedom that tiny house living affords owners to wake up just about anywhere they can find a (legal) parking space.

This view from the Toybox’s sleeping loft provides a bird’s-eye view into the living space where module seating serves as storage and can also be arranged to form a bed.

The Genesis – Liberation Tiny Homes Price: $13,000 (20-foot shell) to $50,500 (28 feet complete) Square footage: around 170 square feet and up Pennsylvania builder Liberation Homes makes great use of a small space.

The Genesis model features a spacious master loft that’s big enough for a queen bed, along with a secondary loft that’s perfect for storage. Your kitchen, bathroom, and living room area are beneath these lofts, and there’s a decently sized grand room in the center with high ceilings.

We like the innovative use of space, including the stairs and the couch in the living room area, which converts into a bed in case you have visitors. The best part about Liberation Homes is the company’s shell-only offering, a package that nets you a trailer with proper framing, sheathing, and roofing.

You get to finish the rest of the project on your own, rendering the cost of entry potentially half of what you’d pay otherwise.

Subway tile, shiplap, and farmhouse sink aside, this cute abode by New Frontier Tiny Homes even includes a pop-out porch for warm summer nights. And did we mention the full-size Jacuzzi tub?!

Named after one of our favorite trees, Tumbleweed’s Linden screams outdoorsy, though it does it with subtlety. The tiny porch is a great place to sit and watch the sunset or the local wildlife.

Tumbleweed Houses laid down its roots in 1999 basing their business model on the concept that homes could roll and lay down roots just like its namesake. All models, like this Mica, can be customized in-house or they will help you out with a DIY kit.


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The bathroom is unique in that the entire space acts as the shower. We like this “self-cleaning” element.

This tiny home draws on “Parkitecture,” the nature-inspired design style used by the National Park Service. Take a look at the clean, well-lit interior and you’ll agree it’s a retreat.

The crew at Escape Homes has been constructing cabins for many years and recently decided to go mobile. The result is the Escape Traveler, a luxury cabin that qualifies as an RV.

The Wedge’s tiny kitchen features a two-burner cooktop, a built-in mini fridge, microwave oven, a dishwasher, Caesarstone or granite countertops and high-grade cabinetry.

Every inch of an EcoCabin is designed with form and function in mind. This award-winning model features plenty of built-in storage, fold down tables and a cozy sleeping loft that we adore.

Fall asleep while stargazing in this cozy loft. The two skylights just over the queen-size bed will make you feel like you’re camping — with none of the downsides, of course.

Sunlight abounds in this space thanks to a petite bay window cleverly built out over the hitch. The stairs leading up to the sleeping loft double as storage too.

The one-of-a-kind Toybox Home is the result of two guys running into each other at a Chicago reclaimed materials store. Frank Henderson, a music student, met Paul Schultz, a designer, and the two decided to design and construct a tiny house where Henderson could live while in school.

With its floor-to-ceiling windows, the Escape Traveler has definitely upped the ante in the tiny house game. If you’re curious about the construction, check in to Canoe Bay in Chetek, Wis.

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This Cypress kitchen was customized with a “nook” kitchen and two-burner gas cooktop with an external propane tank. There’s no need for a special permit to tow.

Designed by Andrew and Gabriella Morrison for EcoCabins, the “hOMe” boasts a unique staircase with built-in storage that leads to a heavenly master sleeping space.

You can see more of their journey on their Facebook page, Expedition Happiness.

Custom Gooseneck – Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses Price: $60,000 Square footage: 288 square feet Homes on wheels don’t always have to be tiny, and using a Gooseneck trailer is one way to maximize living space on a 32-foot bed.

 The bedroom loft is located over the trailer hitch and provides 70 square feet of bedroom space, in addition to the 218 square feet of living space. A bathroom with a full-size tub is even possible given the extra space, as well as separate living and dining areas.

 Rocky Mountain Tiny Houses has also added smaller lofts for storage, and a fold-up deck in the front to give you even more livable space outside.

The previous owners of this wheeled unit used it as an investment property, renting it out for up $700 per month. Not too shabby!

Cypress – Tumbleweed Tiny House Company Price: $58,000-$70,000 Square footage: 130-191 square feet Tumbleweed is pretty much the Cadillac of tiny homes on wheels and has been for more than 15 years. That’s long before most even knew what a tiny home was.

The Cypress provides a lot of traditional charm, so much so that it doesn’t feel like a mobile home. The wrap-around windows at the front of the home make a great spot for either your kitchen or a seating nook, and even though its options are limited to 200 square feet, it certainly doesn’t feel all that small thanks to its open floor plan.

The Wedge’s bathroom was designed for maximum storage without compromising aesthetics. Each features top-of-the-line glass showers, vanities with stone countertops and Kohler fixtures.

A tiny wood staircase leads to the Nomad’s bedroom, while French doors provide natural light and an open space perfect for enjoying the great outdoors in style.

Just because you go off the grid doesn’t mean you can’t update your Facebook page by the fire. Each Wedge comes wired for cable and Internet. Mini gas-burning or electric fireplaces and AC can also be added.

As if complementing the environment surrounding it, the Escape is constructed with our Mother Earth in mind utilizing the greenest and most sustainable materials on the market.

The Linden’s roof takes advantage of two full dormers that not only let the sunshine in, but also give it more space. It’s the perfect spot for relaxing or hosting fellow glampers.

Drop Homes are not only ADA compliant and street legal but also available to rent making them a great solution for the temporary of a loved one. 

From the streets of Manhattan to the Oregon coast, your Mica kitchen will serve you wherever you wake.

Tumbleweed’s Elm features a custom arched window above the door reminiscent of an old-fashioned train caboose. The full porch and lancet window give this exterior design the charm and elegance that started it all.

The eco-friendly Toybox is one of the most original tiny homes we’ve ever seen. It was created with the concept that home should be a fun place inspiring creativity while also providing peace of mind. 

We love the EcoCabins “hOMe” model not only for its sleek exterior but also for its functionality. Inside this tiny beauty you’ll find a fully functioning kitchen, a sleeping loft and a modern living space.

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