wuwuboxThis is the story of one couple’s beautiful, cozy, and stealthy cargo trailer tiny house conversion named Minnie. It’s a 112-sq.-ft. trailer turned into a very nice camper!
wuwuboxWhy is it so exciting? Well, when you see it you’ll understand. But it features a king bed, full bath with toilet and shower, and a flip-up table. It’s really cool what you can do with one of these trailers, don’t you think? With this one, they used the area over the trailer hitch to create a spacious shower.
This is an oversized van conversion with a luxury shower, lush bed, fancy kitchen, private cockpit, and it even has a little fireplace.
It’s actually available for purchase as I write this and listed for $114,500 over at Van Life Trader. Check it out, learn more, and share your thoughts in the comments. Is this the sort of van conversion that would work for you? Do you like this layout? Why or why not? Let’s talk about it below…
This is a lakefront tiny house with .31 acres in Grapeview, Washington.
According to Zillow, it’s on the NWMLS for $194,900 as I write this. The property gives you the ability to have outbuildings, multiple tiny homes or RVs, and you’re in a private community with a park and dock. What do you think? Learn more below!
This is a shuttle-bus turned into an off-grid motor-cabin. And guess what? It’s available for $54,500 as I write this via Van Life Trader out of Denver, Colorado. The sellers used it as a mobile ski cabin while in Colorado, but they’re moving to Europe, so this love-shack needs new ownership.
According to the listing, it was converted from shuttle bus to cabin back in 2018. It’s a 1994 Ford E-350 with 81,000 miles, 2WD, automatic, with a diesel engine. There are two seatbelts and it’s designed to sleep two. What do you think?
This is a 1999 Winnebago Volkswagen Eurovan Camper in Phoenix, Arizona for $24,500 USD, according to the listing on Van Life Trader. The website also features several other interesting van conversions and unique motorhomes that are for sale.
So take a look below and let us know your thoughts about it in the comments. Do you like this van? Is it a good deal? The odometer readers 182,500 miles but it has a VR6 2.8L engine that was rebuilt at 157,225 miles. It features gray cloth seats, sleeps up to four people, and fits in a regular size garage. What do you think? Have you ever wanted one of these? They’re pretty sweet!
Tiny House Talk has been around since 2010, and during that time we’ve interviewed a lot of tiny house dwellers who have many reasons for going tiny.
While most people immediately assume tiny living is about reducing costs, that’s not the case for everyone who chooses this lifestyle. Some people go tiny because they’re stressed out by belongings; others want to travel more; some want to live more sustainable lifestyles; and some just want to be different, just to be different!
We thought it would be fun to make a compilation post of many of the answers we’ve gotten to “Why did you choose to go tiny?” Below you’ll find 27 quotes, along with links to our full interviews with these tiny home dwellers. Enjoy, and let us know why you’ve gone tiny in the comments!
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